Members of the Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame Members
Name Position Year How elected % of vote Comments
AaronHankRF1982BBWAA97.83%Eclipsed Babe Ruth as career home run champ.
AlexanderGroverP1938BBWAA80.92%90 shutouts and 373 wins.
AlstonWalterMGR1983Veterans Longtime L.A. Dodgers manager.
AndersonSparkyMGR2000Veterans Big Red Machine manager.
AnsonCap1B1939Veterans Baseball’s first superstar; fostered racial segregation in baseball.
AparicioLuisSS1984BBWAA84.62%AL Stolen base champ 9 consecutive times.
ApplingLukeSS1964BBWAA84.00%First SS to win batting title (.388, 1936).
AshburnRichieCF1995Veterans  
AverillEarlCF1975Veterans Hit by six pitches in 1938.
BakerFrank3B1955Veterans “Home Run” Baker hit just 96 in his career.
BancroftDaveSS1971Veterans Caught stealing 27 times in 1915
BanksErnieSS1977BBWAA83.81%Mr. Cub
BarlickAlUmpire1989Veterans  
BarrowEdExecutive1953Veterans Assembled Murderer’s Row and the Bronx Bombers.
BeckleyJake1B1971Veterans Hit .300 or better 13 times; holds records for career chances, putouts and games played by a first baseman.
BellCool PapaCF1974Negro Leagues  
BenchJohnnyC1989BBWAA96.42%Big Red machine catcher.
BenderChiefP1953Veterans Pitched three complete games in 1911 World Series.
BerraYogiC1972BBWAA85.61%One of four players to be named MVP of the American League three times.
BoggsWade3B2005BBWAA91.86%12 straight All-Star appearances.
BottomleyJim1B1974Veterans More than 100 RBI in each season from 1924 to 1929.
BoudreauLouSS1970BBWAA77.33%Won the 1944 AL batting title (.327); led AL in doubles in 1941, 1944 and 1947.
BresnahanRogerC1945Veterans Played all 9 positions.
BrettGeorge3B1999BBWAA98.19%Kansas City Royals slugger. One of the greatest third basemen.
BrockLouLF1985BBWAA79.75%first player to steal 50 bases and hit 20 home runs in the same season.
BrouthersDan1B1945Veterans Career batting average was .342.
BrownMordecaiP1949Veterans "Three Finger" Brown. Won 20 or more games six times.
BrownRayP2006Negro Leagues 109-30 in the Negro Leagues.
BrownWilliardCF2006Negro Leagues Batted .374 in 1948 in the Negro Leagues.
BulkeleyMorganExecutive1937Veterans National League's first president. Member of the commission that gave credence to the myth that Abner Doubleday invented baseball.
BunningJimP1996Veterans One of five players to throw a no-hitter in both leagues.
BurkettJesseLF1946Veterans 1890s batting champion.
CampanellaRoyC1969BBWAA79.41%Dodgers catching star for 10 seasons.
CarewRod2B1991BBWAA90.52%3,053 hits and .28 batting average.
CareyMaxCF1961Veterans Led NL in stolen bases ten times; 738 career steals, the NL record in 1974.
CarltonSteveP1994BBWAA95.82%329 careers wins.
CarterGaryC2003BBWAA78.02%Three Gold Glove and five Silver Slugger awards.
CartwrightAlexanderExecutive1938Veterans Baseball pioneer.
CepedaOrlando1B1999Veterans Unanimous MVP in 1967.
ChadwickHenryExecutive1938Veterans Statistician and help develop the curveball.
ChanceFrank1B1946Veterans Player-manager of Chicago Cubs.
ChandlerHappyExecutive1982Veterans 2nd Commissioner of Major League Baseball; oversaw early steps toward integration of baseball.
CharlestonOscar1B-CF1976Negro Leagues  
ChesbroJackP1946Veterans 41-12 in 1904, with 51 starts.
ChylakNestorUmpire1999Veterans  
ClarkeFredLF1945Veterans Pirates player-manager with 4 World Series victories.
ClarksonJohnP1963Veterans Won 53 games in 1885. First major league pitcher to strike out 3 batters in 9 pitches.
ClementeRobertoRF1973BBWAA92.69%12 Gold Glove awards. First Latin-American in the Hall of Fame.
CobbTyCF1936BBWAA98.23%Legendary player and rabid racist.
CochraneMickeyC1947BBWAA79.50%One of the best catchers ever.
CollinsEddie2B1939BBWAA77.74%Career .333 batting average, 3,315 hits, 744 steals and 1,300 runs batted in.
CollinsJimmy3B1945Veterans The 1st third baseman in the Hall of Fame.
CombsEarleCF1970Veterans Leadoff batter for Murderer's Row, 1925-1934.
ComiskeyCharlieExecutive1939Veterans Tried to cover up the Black Six scandal.
ConlanJockoUmpire1974Veterans  
ConnollyTomUmpire1953Veterans  
ConnorRoger1B1976Veterans The original New York Giant.
CooperAndyP2006Negro Leagues  
CoveleskiStanP1969Veterans One of the last of the spitballers.
CrawfordSamRF1957Veterans One of the best sluggers of the deadball era.
CroninJoeSS1956BBWAA78.76%Player, manager and American League president.
CummingsCandyExecutive1939Veterans  
CuylerKikiRF1968Veterans Often batted .350 or higher, with.321 career batting average.
DandridgeRay3B1987Veterans  
DavisGeorgeSS1998Veterans First major-league player to triple and home run in one inning.
DayLeonP-2B-OF1995Veterans  
DeanDizzyP1953BBWAA79.17%307 with a 2.66 earned run average in 1934.
DelahantyEdLF1945Veterans Died when was swept over Niagara Falls in 1903.
DickeyBillC1954BBWAA80.16%Taught Yogi Berra how to catch.
DihigoMartinP-OF1977Negro Leagues  
DiMaggioJoeCF1955BBWAA88.84%The Yankee Clipper.
DobyLarryCF1998Veterans First black in the American League.
DoerrBobby2B1986Veterans Held the American League mark of 414 consecutive chances without an error.
DreyfussBarneyExecutive2008Veterans Helped organize the first World Series.
DrysdaleDonP1984BBWAA78.41%Pitched 58 consecutive scoreless innings.
DuffyHughCF1945Veterans Batted .440 in 1894.
DurocherLeoMGR1994Veterans 2,009 career victories. Ejected 95 times.
EckersleyDennisP2004BBWAA83.20%First pitcher with 20-win season and 50-save season.
EvansBillyUmpire1973Veterans  
EversJohnny2B1946Veterans Tinker-Evers-Chance.
EwingBuckC1939Veterans One of the best players of the 19th century.
FaberRedP1964Veterans Last of the spitballers.
FellerBobP1962BBWAA93.75% 
FerrellRickC1984Veterans Hard to figure why he's in the Hall of Fame, but he is.
FingersRollieP1992BBWAA81.16%One of the finest relief pitchers. 341 saves, 2.80 ERA.
FiskCarltonC2000BBWAA79.56% 
FlickElmerRF1963Veterans Was almost traded even-up for Ty Cobb.
FordWhiteyP1974BBWAA77.81%More than 300 wins and .690 win percentage.
FosterBillP1996Veterans  
FosterRubeP-M1981Veterans  
FoxNellie2B1997Veterans 216 strikeouts in more than 9,200 at-bats.
FoxxJimmie1B1951BBWAA79.20%Boston’s answer to Babe Ruth. Second major leaguer to hit 500 home runs. Like Ruth, he wasn’t a bad pitcher, either.
FrickFordExecutive1970Veterans Put the asterisk next to Roger Maris*.
FrischFrankie2B1947BBWAA84.47%One of the Gashouse Gang.
GalvinPudP1965Veterans Baseball's first 300-game winner.
GehrigLou1B1939BBWAA The legendary iron man, and a good first baseman.
GehringerCharlie2B1949BBWAA85.03%Seven seasons with more than 200 hits.
GibsonBobP1981BBWAA84.04%First National Leaguer to strike out 3,000 batters.
GibsonJoshC1972Negro Leagues  
GilesWarrenExecutive1979Veterans  
GomezLeftyP1972Veterans  
GordonJoe2B2009Veterans 1942 AL MVP
GoslinGooseLF1968Veterans  
GossageGooseRP2008BBWAA85.8%0.77 ERA in 1981
GrantFrank2B2006Negro Leagues  
GreenbergHank1B1956BBWAA84.97% 
GriffithClarkExecutive1946Veterans  
GrimesBurleighP1964Veterans  
GroveLeftyP1947BBWAA76.40% 
GwynnTonyRF2007BBWAA97.61%One of the best hitters, ever.
HafeyChickLF1971Veterans  
HainesJesseP1970Veterans  
HamiltonBillyCF1961Veterans Amazing .455 career on base percentage.
HanlonNedMGR1996Veterans  
HarridgeWillExecutive1972Veterans Shouldn’t be in the hall of fame, but is.
HarrisBuckyMGR1975Veterans  
HartnettGabbyC1955BBWAA77.69%The Cubbie’s beloved MVP catcher.
HeilmannHarryRF1952BBWAA86.75% 
HermanBilly2B1975Veterans  
HillPeteCF2006Negro Leagues  
HooperHarryRF1971Veterans  
HornsbyRogers2B1942BBWAA78.11%Two-time MVP. One of the best.
HoytWaiteP1969Veterans  
HubbardCalUmpire1976Veterans  
HubbellCarlP1947BBWAA86.96%Won 24 consecutive games between 1936 and 1937.
HugginsMillerMGR1964Veterans Beloved manager of the Yankees.
HulbertWilliamExecutive1995Veterans  
HunterCatfishP1987BBWAA76.27%Eight-time All-Star. Threw a perfect game in 1968.
IrvinMonteLF1973Negro Leagues  
JacksonReggieRF1993BBWAA93.62%Mr. October.
JacksonTravisSS1982Veterans One of the premier defensive shortstops in the league.
JenkinsFergieP1991BBWAA75.40%First Canadian elected to the Hall of Fame.
JenningsHughieSS1945Veterans  
JohnsonBanExecutive1937Veterans  
JohnsonJudy3B1975Negro Leagues  
JohnsonWalterP1936BBWAA83.63%Won 417 games.
JossAddieP1978Veterans  
KalineAlRF1980BBWAA88.31% 
KeefeTimP1964Veterans  
KeelerWillieRF1939BBWAA75.55% 
KellGeorge3B1983Veterans  
KelleyJoeLF1971Veterans  
KellyGeorge1B1973Veterans Marginal qualifications for the Hall of Fame.
KellyKingRF1945Veterans  
KillebrewHarmon1B1984BBWAA83.13%Minnesota slugger.
KinerRalphLF1975BBWAA75.41%Longtime player and broadcaster.
KleinChuckRF1980Veterans  
KlemBillUmpire1953Veterans  
KoufaxSandyP1972BBWAA86.87%Injury-shortened career with spectacular stats.
KuhnBowieExecutive2008Veterans Longtime Commissioner of Baseball.
LajoieNap2B1937BBWAA83.58% 
LandisKenesaw MountainExecutive1944Veterans The first and most ruthless commissioner. Banned the Black Sox Eight.
LasordaTommyMGR1997Veterans Dodgers manager for life, or so it seems.
LazzeriTony2B1991Veterans Member of the original American League All-Star team, 1933.
LemonBobP1976BBWAA78.61%Ten World series victories.
LeonardBuck1B1972Negro Leagues  
LindstromFreddie3B1976Veterans Hit over .300 in seven of his thirteen seasons,
LloydPopSS1977Negro Leagues  
LombardiErnieC1986Veterans  
LopezAlMGR1977Veterans  
LyonsTedP1955BBWAA86.45%Led the American League with 2.10 ERA and completed all 20 starts in 1942.
MackConnieMGR1937Veterans The master of the Philadelphia Athletics.
MackeyBizC2006Negro Leagues  
MacPhailLarryExecutive1978Veterans  
MacPhailLeeExecutive1998Veterans  
ManleyEffaExecutive2006Negro Leagues  
MantleMickeyCF1974BBWAA88.22%Yankees legend.
ManushHeinieLF1964Veterans Batted .378 in 1926.
MaranvilleRabbitSS1954BBWAA82.94% 
MarichalJuanP1983BBWAA83.69% 
MarquardRubeP1971Veterans Won 19 consecutive games.
MathewsEddie3B1978BBWAA79.42%9-time All-Star third baseman.
MathewsonChristyP1936BBWAA90.71% 
MaysWillieCF1979BBWAA94.68%One of the most popular players in history.
MazeroskiBill2B2001Veterans Hit one home run and got into the Hall of Fame.
McCarthyJoeMGR1957Veterans 7 World Series titles managing for the New York Yankees.
McCarthyTommyRF1946Veterans  
McCoveyWillie1B1986BBWAA81.41% 
McGinnityJoeP1946Veterans  
McGowanBillUmpire1992Veterans  
McGrawJohnMGR1937Veterans New York Giants manager.
McKechnieBillMGR1962Veterans  
McPheeBid2B2000Veterans  
MedwickJoeLF1968BBWAA84.81% 
MendezJoseP2006Negro Leagues  
MizeJohnny1B1981Veterans 10-time All-Star at first base.
MolitorPaulDH2004BBWAA85.18%Infielder and DH with 3,319 hits.
MorganJoe2B1990BBWAA81.76% 
MurrayEddie1B2003BBWAA85.28% 
MusialStanLF1969BBWAA93.24% 
NewhouserHalP1992Veterans  
NicholsKidP1949Veterans  
NiekroPhilP1997BBWAA80.34%The most successful knuckleball pitcher.
O’MalleyWalterExecutive2008Veterans Longtime Dodgers owner; hired Jackie Robinson.
O’RourkeJimLF1945Veterans  
OttMelRF1951BBWAA87.17%22 years with the New York Giants; batted .304 with 511 home runs.
PaigeSatchelP1971Negro Leagues  
PalmerJimP1990BBWAA92.57%Pitched 19 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles.
PennockHerbP1948BBWAA77.69%Pitched for Murderer's Row.
PerezTony1B2000BBWAA77.15% 
PerryGaylordP1991BBWAA77.20% 
PlankEddieP1946Veterans  
PompezAlexExecutive2006Negro Leagues  
PoseyCumExecutive2006Negro Leagues  
PuckettKirbyCF2001BBWAA82.14%.318 career batting average, highest of any right-hander since Joe DiMaggio.
RadbournOld HossP1939Veterans 60-12 in 1884, a record not likely to ever be broken.
ReesePee WeeSS1984Veterans Best shortstop of the post-war years.
RiceSamRF1963Veterans  
RickeyBranchExecutive1967Veterans Hired Jackie Robinson.
RipkenCal Jr.SS2007BBWAA98.53%Played in a gazillion consecutive games.
RixeyEppaP1963Veterans 22-10 in 1916 with a 1.85 earned run average.
RizzutoPhilSS1994Veterans Scooter should have gotten a Ford Frick Award instead.
RobertsRobinP1976BBWAA86.86% 
RobinsonBrooks3B1983BBWAA91.98% 
RobinsonFrankRF1982BBWAA89.16% 
RobinsonJackie2B1962BBWAA77.50%The one and only.
RobinsonWilbertMGR1945Veterans 1375-1341 (.506) in 18 years as manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
RoganBulletP1998Veterans  
RoushEddCF1962Veterans Used a 48-ounce Louisville Slugger. Was the last living member of the Federal League.
RuffingRedP1967BBWAA86.93%The pitcher for Murderer’s Row.
RusieAmosP1977Veterans  
RuthBabeRF1936BBWAA95.13%Not a bad pitcher, too.
RyanNolanP1999BBWAA98.79%The strikeout king.
SandbergRyne2B2005BBWAA76.16% 
SantopLouisC2006Negro Leagues  
SchalkRayC1955Veterans  
SchmidtMike3B1995BBWAA96.52% 
SchoendienstRed2B1989Veterans  
SeaverTomP1992BBWAA98.84% 
SeleeFrankMGR1999Veterans  
SewellJoeSS1977Veterans  
SimmonsAlLF1953BBWAA75.38% 
SislerGeorge1B1939BBWAA85.77% 
SlaughterEnosRF1985Veterans  
SmithHiltonP2001Veterans  
SmithOzzieSS2002BBWAA91.74%Traded to the Cardinals for Garry Templeton. Oops.
SniderDukeCF1980BBWAA86.49% 
SouthworthBillyOF-MGR2008Veterans  
SpahnWarrenP1973BBWAA82.89% 
SpaldingAlExecutive1939Veterans  
SpeakerTrisCF1937BBWAA82.09% 
StargellWillieLF1988BBWAA82.44% 
StearnesTurkeyCF2000Veterans  
StengelCaseyMGR1966Veterans The Old Perfesser, and not a bad player either.
SutterBruceP2006BBWAA76.09% 
SuttlesMule1B2006Negro Leagues  
SuttonDonP1998BBWAA81.61%Finished fith or better in Cy Young Award voting in five consecutive years.
TaylorBen1B2006Negro Leagues  
TerryBill1B1954BBWAA77.38% 
ThompsonSamRF1974Veterans  
TinkerJoeSS1946Veterans Tinker-Evers-Chance
TorrienteCristobalCF2006Negro Leagues  
TraynorPie3B1948BBWAA76.86% 
VanceDazzyP1955BBWAA81.67%One of the Gashouse Gang.
VaughanArkySS1985Veterans  
VeeckBillExecutive1991Veterans Hired the immortal Eddie Gaedel.
WaddellRubeP1946Veterans  
WagnerHonusSS1936BBWAA95.13% 
WallaceBobbySS1953Veterans  
WalshEdP1946Veterans  
WanerLloydCF1967Veterans Paul was better.
WanerPaulRF1952BBWAA83.33%Lloyd’s big brother, and the better hitter of the two.
WardJohnSS1964Veterans  
WeaverEarlMGR1996Veterans  
WeissGeorgeExecutive1971Veterans  
WelchMickeyP1973Veterans Early New York Giants pitcher.
WellsWillieSS1997Veterans  
WheatZackLF1959Veterans Still holds many Dodgers batting records.
WhiteSolExecutive2006Negro Leagues  
WilhelmHoytP1985BBWAA83.80% 
WilkinsonJ.L.Executive2006Negro Leagues  
WilliamsBillyLF1987BBWAA85.71% 
WilliamsDickMGR2008Veterans  
WilliamsJoeP1999Veterans  
WilliamsTedLF1966BBWAA93.38%The Splendid Splinter; last player to bat over .400 in a season.
WillisVicP1995Veterans Pitched 388 complete games in 471 starts.
WilsonHackCF1979Veterans 191 runs batted in, 1930.
WilsonJud3B2006Negro Leagues  
WinfieldDaveRF2001BBWAA84.47%The Padres first home-grown star.
WrightGeorgeExecutive1937Veterans Baseball pioneer.
WrightHarryExecutive1953Veterans Baseball pioneer.
WynnEarlyP1972BBWAA76.01%Frequently threw at batters.
YastrzemskiCarlLF1989BBWAA94.63%A fixture at Fenway Park for 23 years.
YawkeyTomExecutive1980Veterans Proprietor of the American League’s perennial also-ran.
YoungCyP1937BBWAA76.12%511 pitching victories.
YoungsRossRF1972Veterans Died young, played just 10 seasons, but .322 career batting average.
YountRobinSS1999BBWAA77.46%3,000 hits for a so-so team.

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