CJ4MTY asked in SportsBaseball · 1 decade ago

Where can I find a list of the BB Hall of Fame members?

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  • Connor
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    1 decade ago
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    http://web.baseballhalloffame.org/hofers... Member Information

    http://www.baseball-almanac.com/quomenu.... HOF Quotes

    http://www.baseball-almanac.com/hof/hofg... HOF Gravesites

    http://www.baseball-almanac.com/hof/hofm... Uniform/Teams

    Fast Facts:

    Team with Most HOF's: San Francisco Giants

    Most Common HOF Position: Pitcher

    Most Common HOF Position besides P: Center Field

    Players: 199

    ***** Leaguers: 35

    Executives & Pioneers: 26

    Mangers: 18

    Umpires: 8

    Bobby Doerr is the oldest living Hall of Famer. Bob Feller is second.

    2009 — BBWAA: Rickey Henderson, Jim Rice. VC: Joe Gordon.

    2008 — BBWAA: Goose Gossage. VC: Barney Dreyfuss, Bowie Kuhn, Walter O’Malley, Billy Southworth, Dick Williams.

    2007 — BBWAA: Tony Gwynn, Cal Ripken Jr.

    2006 — BBWAA: Bruce Sutter. SCNL: Ray Brown, Willard Brown, Andy Cooper, Frank Grant, Pete Hill, Biz Mackey, Effa Manley, Jose Mendez, Alex Pompez, *** Posey, Louis Santop, Mule Suttles, Ben Taylor, Cristobal Torriente, Sol White, J.L. Wilkinson, Jud Wilson.

    2005 — BBWAA: Wade Boggs, Ryne Sandberg.

    2004 — BBWAA: Dennis Eckersley, Paul Molitor.

    2003 — BBWAA: Gary Carter, Eddie Murray.

    2002 — BBWAA: Ozzie Smith.

    2001 — BBWAA: Kirby Puckett, Dave Winfield. VC: Bill Mazeroski. NL: Hilton Smith.

    2000 — BBWAA: Carlton Fisk, Tony Perez. VC: Sparky Anderson, Bid McPhee. NL: Turkey Stearnes.

    1999 — BBWAA: George Brett, Nolan Ryan, Robin Yount. VC: Orlando Cepeda, Nestor Chylak, Frank Selee. NL: “Smokey” Joe Williams.

    1998 — BBWAA: Don Sutton. VC: George Davis, Larry Doby, Lee MacPhail. NL: “Bullet” Joe Rogan.

    1997 — BBWAA: Phil Niekro. VC: Nellie Fox, Tommy Lasorda. NL: Willie Wells.

    1996 — VC: Jim Bunning, Ned Hanlon, Earl Weaver. NL: Bill Foster.

    1995 — BBWAA: Mike Schmidt. VC: Richie Ashburn, William Hulbert, Vic Willis. NL: Leon Day.

    1994 — BBWAA: Steve Carlton. VC: Leo Durocher, Phil Rizzuto.

    1993 — BBWAA: Reggie Jackson.

    1992 — BBWAA: Rollie Fingers, Tom Seaver. VC: Bill McGowan, Hal Newhouser.

    1991 — BBWAA: Rod Carew, Ferguson Jenkins, Gaylord Perry. VC: Tony Lazzeri, Bill Veeck.

    1990 — BBWAA: Joe Morgan, Jim Palmer.

    1989 — BBWAA: Johnny Bench, Carl Yastrzemski. VC: Al Barlick, Red Schoendienst.

    1988 — BBWAA: Willie Stargell.

    1987 — BBWAA: Catfish Hunter, Billy Williams. NL: Ray Dandridge.

    1986 — BBWAA: Willie McCovey. VC: Bobby Doerr, Ernie Lombardi.

    1985 — BBWAA: Lou Brock, Hoyt Wilhelm. VC: Enos Slaughter, Arky Vaughan.

    1984 — BBWAA: Luis Aparicio, Don Drysdale, Harmon Killebrew. VC: Rick Ferrell, Pee Wee Reese.

    1983 — BBWAA: Juan Marichal, Brooks Robinson. VC: Walter Alston, George Kell.

    1982 – BBWAA: Hank Aaron, Frank Robinson. VC: Happy Chandler, Travis Jackson.

    1981 – BBWAA: Bob Gibson. VC: Rube Foster, Johny Mize.

    1980 – BBWAA: Al Kaline, Duke Snider. VC: Chuck Klein, Tom Yawkey.

    1979 – BBWAA: Willie Mays. VC: Warren Giles, Hack Wilson.

    1978 – BBWAA: Eddie Mathews. VC: Addie Joss, Larry MacPhail.

    1977 – BBWAA: Ernie Banks. VC: Al Lopez, Amos Rusie, Joe Sewell. NL: Martin DiHigo, Pop Lloyd.

    1976 – BBWAA: Bob Lemon, Robin Roberts. VC: Roger Connor, Cal Hubbard, Fred Lindstrom. NL: Oscar Charleston.

    1975 — BBWAA: Ralph Kiner. VC: Earl Averill, Bucky Harris, Billy Herman. NL: Judy Johnson.

    1974 – BBWAA: Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle. VC: Jim Bottomley, Jocko Conlan, Sam Thompson. NL: Cool Papa Bell.

    1973 — BBWAA: Roberto Clemente, Warren Spahn. VC: Billy Evans, George Kelly, Mickey Welch. NL: Monte Irvin.

    1972 – BBWAA: Yogi Berra, Sandy Koufax, Early Wynn. VC: Lefty Gomez, Will Harridge, Ross Youngs. NL: Josh Gibson, Buck Leonard.

    1971 – VC: Dave Bancroft, Jake Beckley, Chick Hafey, Harry Hooper, Joe Kelley, Rube

    Marquard, George Weiss. NL: Satchel Paige.

    1970 – BBWAA: Lou Boudreau. VC: Earle Combs, Ford Frick, Jesse Haines.

    1969 – BBWAA: Roy Campanella, Stan Musial. VC: Stan Coveleski, Waite Hoyt.

    1968 – BBWAA: Joe Medwick. VC: Kiki Cuyler, Goose Goslin.

    1967 – BBWAA: Red Ruffing. VC: Branch Rickey, Lloyd Waner.

    1966 – BBWAA: Ted Williams. VC: Casey Stengel.

    1965 – VC: Pud Galvin.

    1964 – BBWAA: Luke Appling. VC: Red Faber, Burleigh Grimes, Miller Huggins, Tim Keefe, Heinie Manush, John Montgomery Ward.

    1963 – VC: John Clarkson, Elmer Flick, Sam Rice, Eppa Rixey.

    1962 – BBWAA: Bob Feller, Jackie Robinson. VC: Bill McKechnie, Edd Roush.

    1961 – VC: Max Carey, Billy Hamilton.

    1960 – None.

    1959 – VC: Zack Wheat.

    1958 – None.

    1957 — VC: Sam Crawford, Joe McCarthy.

    1956 – BBWAA: Joe Cronin, Hank Greenberg.

    1955 – BBWAA: Joe DiMaggio, Gabby Hartnett, Ted Lyons, Dazzy Vance. VC: Home Run Baker, Ray Schalk.

    1954 – BBWAA: Bill Dickey, Rabbit Maranville, Bill Terry.

    1953 – BBWAA: Dizzy Dean, Al Simmons. VC: Ed Barrow, Chief Bender, Tom Connolly, Bill Klem, Bobby Wallace, Harry Wright.

    1952 – None.

    1951 – BBWAA: Jimmie Foxx, Mel Ott, Harry Heilmann, Paul Waner.

    1950 – None.

    1949 – BBWAA: Charlie Gehrin

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  • ?
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    4 years ago

    I am totally in favour of Gossage, Blyleven and Dawson making it. Rice and Trammell I am ok in or out. I don't think Parker, Mattingly or John should be in. Gossage as mentioned was one of those closers that you could always count on, Blyleven had 286 (or 288) wins with a number of bad teams, Dawson was 'close' to that 3000 hit/500 home run club. (2774 and 438) Rice was great for a few seasons, very good for a few more then average. Mattingly's issue was only injury and I know most people point to Puckett and say 'where's the love', but Mattingly's dominence was 6 years. Both are much like Dale Murhpy (who you may have forgot about) John pitched fine for a long time on better teams, a few more years and he is Don Sutton. Just my opinion

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  • 1 decade ago

    Type Hall of Fame members into your search engine (either Yahoo or Google) and press enter.

    It is easy, just do it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Doerr is the oldest living HOF player.

    Lee MacPhail is the oldest living HOFer.

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