National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees


National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees

Class of 1936
Ty Cobb, Center Fielder, Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia A’s, 1905-1927
Walter Johnson, Pitcher, Washington Senators, 1907-1927
Christy Mathewson, Pitcher, New York Giants, Cincinnati Reds, 1900-1916
Babe Ruth, Right Fielder, Boston Red Sox/New York Yankees/Boston Braves, 1914-1935
Honus Wagner, Shortstop, Louisville Colonels/Pittsburgh Pirates, 1897-1917

Class of 1937
Morgan Bulkeley, Executive/Pioneer, First President of the National League, 1876
Byron “Ban” Johnson, Executive/Pioneer, Founder of the American League
Napoleon “Nap” Lajoie, 2nd Baseman, Philadelphia Phillies/Philadelphia A’s/Cleveland Indians, 1896-1916
Connie Mack, Manager, Philadelphia Athletics, 1894-1950
John McGraw, Manager, New York Giants, 1899, 1901-1932
Tris Speaker, Center Fielder, Boston Red Sox/Cleveland Indians/Washington Senators/Philadelphia A’s, 1907-1928
George Wright, Executive/Pioneer, Boston Red Stockings/Boston Red Caps/Providence Grays, 1871-1882
Denton True “Cy” Young, Pitcher, Boston Red Sox

Class of 1938
Grover “Pete” Alexander, Pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies
Alexander Cartwright, Executive/Pioneer, “Father of Modern Baseball”
Henry Chadwick, Executive/Pioneer, Statistics & Rules

Class of 1939
Adrian “Cap” Anson, 1st Baseman, Chicago White Stockings
Eddie Collins, 2nd Baseman, Chicago White Sox
Charlie Comiskey, Executive/Pioneer, Player/Manager/Owner, Co-founder of the American League
Candy Cummings, Pitcher, Hartford Dark Blues
Buck Ewing, Catcher, New York Gothams/Mutuals/Giants
Lou Gehrig, 1st Baseman, New York Yankees
Willie Keeler, Right Fielder, New York Highlanders
Charley Radbourn, Pitcher, Providence Grays
George Sisler, 1st Baseman, St. Louis Browns
Al Spalding, Executive/Pioneer

Class of 1942
Rogers Hornsby, 2nd Baseman, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 1944
Kenesaw Landis, Executive/Pioneer, First Baseball Commissioner

Class of 1945
Roger Bresnahan, Catcher, New York Giants
Dan Brouthers, 1st Baseman, Buffalo Bisons
Fred Clarke, Left Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates
Jimmy Collins, 3rd Baseman, Boston Red Sox
Ed Delahanty, Left Fielder, Philadelphia Phillies
Hugh Duffy, Center Fielder, Boston Beaneaters
Hughie Jennings, Shortstop, Baltimore Orioles
King Kelly, Right Fielder, Chicago White Stockings
Jim O’Rourke, Left Fielder, New York Giants
Wilbert Robinson, Manager, Brooklyn Dodgers

Class of 1946
Jesse Burkett, Left Fielder, Cleveland Spiders
Frank Chance, First Baseman, Chicago Cubs
Jack Chesbro, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Johnny Evers, 2nd Baseman, Chicago Cubs
Clark Griffith, Executive/Pioneer
Tommy McCarthy, Right Fielder, Boston Beaneaters (Braves)
Joe McGinnity, Pitcher, New York Giants
Eddie Plank, Pitcher, Philadelphia Athletics
Joe Tinker, Shortstop, Chicago Cubs
Ed Walsh, Pitcher, Chicago White Sox

Class of 1947
Mickey Cochrane, Catcher, Philadelphia Athletics
Frankie Firsch, 2nd Baseman, St. Louis Cardinals
Lefty Grove, Pitcher, Philadelphia Athletics
Carl Hubbell, Pitcher, New York Giants

Class of 1948
Herb Pennock, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Pie Traynor, 3rd Baseman, Pittsburgh Pirates

Class of 1949
Mordecai Brown, Pitcher, Chicago Cubs
Charlie Gehringer, 2nd Baseman, Detroit Tigers

Class of 1951
Jimmie Foxx, 1st Baseman, Philadelphia Athletics
Mel Ott, Right Fielder, New York Giants

Class of 1952
Harry Hellmann, Right Fielder, Detroit Tigers
Paul Waner, Right Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates

Class of 1953
Ed Barrow, Executive, New York Yankees
Chief Bender, Pitcher, Philadelphia Athletics
Tom Connolly, Umpire
Dizzy Dean, Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals
Bill Klem, Umpire
Al Simmons, Left Fielder, Philadelphia Athletics
Bobby Wallace, Shortstop, St. Louis Browns
Harry Wright, Manager, Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies)

Class of 1954
Bill Dickey, Catcher, New York Yankees
Walter “Rabbit” Maranville, Shortstop, Boston Braves
Bill Terry, 1st Baseman, New York Giants

Class of 1955
Frank Baker, 3rd Baseman, Philadelphia Athletics
Joe DiMaggio, Center Fielder, New York Yankees
Gabby Hartnett, Catcher, Chicago Cubs
Ted Lyons, Pitcher, Chicago White Sox
Ray Schalk, Catcher, Chicago White Sox
Dazzy Vance, Pitcher, Brooklyn dodgers

Class of 1956
Joe Cronin, Shortstop, Boston Red Sox
Hank Greenberg, 1st Baseman, Detroit Tigers

Class of 1957
Sam Crawford, Right Fielder, Detroit Tigers
Joe McCarthy, Manager, New York Managers

Class of 1959
Zack Wheat, Center Fielder, Brooklyn Dodgers

Class of 1961
Max Carey, Center Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates
Billy Hamilton, Center Fielder, Philadelphia Phillies

Class of 1962
Bob Feller, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
Bill McKechnie, Manager, Cincinnati Reds
Jackie Robinson, 2nd Baseman, Brooklyn Dodgers
Edd Roush, Center Fielder, Cincinnati Reds

Class of 1963
John Clarkson, Pitcher, Boston Beaneaters (Braves)
Elmer Flick, Center Fielder, Cleveland Indians
Sam Rice, Right Fielder, Washington Senators
Eppa Rixey, Pitcher, Cincinnati Reds

Class of 1964
Luke Appling, Shortstop, Chicago White Sox
Red Faber, Pitcher, Chicago White Sox
Burleigh Grimes, Pitcher, Brooklyn Dodgers
Miller Huggins, Manager, New York Yankees
Tim Keefe, Pitcher, New York Giants
Heinie Manush, Left Fielder, Washington Senators
John Ward, Shortstop, New York Gothams/New York Giants

Class of 1965
Jim Galvin, Pitcher, Buffalo Bisons

Class of 1966
Casey Stengel, Manager, New York Yankees
Ted Williams, Left Fielder, Boston Red Sox

Class of 1967
Branch Rickey, Executive/Pioneer
Red Ruffing, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Lloyd Wagner, Center Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates

Class of 1968
Kiki Cuyler, Left Fielder, Chicago Cubs
Goose Goslin, Left Fielder, Washington Senators
Joe Medwick, Left Fielder, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 1969
Roy Campanella, Catcher, Brooklyn Dodgers
Stan Coveleski, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
Waite Hoyt, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Stan Musial, Left Fielder, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 1970
Lou Boudreau, Shortstop, Cleveland Indians
Earle Combs, Center Fielder, New York Yankees
Ford Frick, Executive/Pioneer
Jesse Haines, Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 1971
Dave Bancroft, Shortstop, Philadelphia Phillies
Jake Beckley, 1st Baseman, Pittsburgh Pirates
Chick Hafey, Left Fielder, St. Louis Cardinals
Harry Hooper, Right Fielder, Boston Red Sox
Joe Kelley, Left Fielder, Baltimore Orioles
Rube Marquard, Pitcher, New York Giants
Satchel Paige, Pitcher, Kansas City Monarchs
George Weiss, Executive/Pioneer

Class of 1972
Yogi Berra, Catcher, New York Yankees
Josh Gibson, Catcher, Homestead Grays
Lefty Gomez, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Will Harridge, Executive/Pioneer
Sandy Koufax, Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers
Buck Leonard, 1st Baseman, Homestead Grays
Early Wynn, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
Ross Youngs, Right Fielder, New York Giants

Class of 1973
Roberto Clemente, Right Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates
Billy Evans, Umpire
Monte Irvin, Left Fielder, Newark Eagles
George Kelly, 1st Baseman, New York Giants
Warren Spahn, Pitcher, Milwaukee Braves
Mickey Welch, Pitcher, New York Giants

Class of 1974
Cool Papa Bell, Center fielder, St. Louis Stars
Jim Bottomley, 1st Baseman, St. Louis Cardinals
Jocko Conlan, Umpire
Edward Whitey Ford, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Mickey Mantle, Center Fielder, New York Yankees
Sam Thompson, Right Fielder, Philadelphia Phillies

Class of 1975
Earl Averill, Center Fielder, Cleveland Indians
Bucky Harris, Manager, Washington Senators
Billy Herman, 2nd Baseman, Chicago Cubs
Judy Johnson, 3rd Baseman, Hilldale Daisies
Ralph Kiner, Left Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates

Class of 1976
Oscar Charleston, Center Fielder, Pittsburgh Crawfords
Roger Connor, 1st Baseman, New York Gothams (Giants)
Cal Hubbard, Umpire
Bob Lemon, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
Freddie Lindstrom, 3rd Baseman, New York Giants
Robin Roberts, Pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies

Class of 1977
Ernie Banks, Shortstop, Chicago Cubs
Martin Dihigo, Pitcher, Cuban Stars East
Pop Lloyd, Shortstop, New York Lincoln Giants
Al Lopez, Manager, Chicago White Sox
Amos Rusie, Pitcher, New York Giants
Joe Sewell, Shortstop, Cleveland Indians

Class of 1978
Addie Joss, Pitcher, Cleveland Indians
Larry MacPhail, Executive/Pioneer
Eddie Mathews, 3rd Baseman, Milwaukee Braves

Class of 1979
Warren Giles, Executive/Pioneer
Willie Mays, Center Fielder, San Francisco Giants
Hack Wilson, Center Fielder, Chicago Cubs

Class of 1980
Al Kaline, Right Fielder, Detroit Tigers
Chuck Klein, Right Fielder, Philadelphia Phillies
Duke Snider, Center Fielder, Brooklyn Dodgers
Tom Yawnkey, Executive/Pioneer

Class of 1981
Rube Foster, Manager, Chicago American Giants
Bob Gibson, Pitcher, St. Louis Cardinals
Johnny Mize, 1st Baseman, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 1982
Hank Aaron, Right Fielder, Milwaukee Braves
Happy Chandler, Executive/Pioneer
Travis Jackson, Shortstop, New York Giants
Frank Robinson, Right Fielder, Cincinnati Reds

Class of 1983
Walter Alston, Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers
George Kell, Third Baseman, Detroit Tigers
Juan Marichal, Pitcher, San Francisco Giants
Brooks Robinson, Third Baseman, Baltimore Orioles

Class of 1984
Luis Aparicio, Shortstop, Chicago White Sox
Don Drysdale, Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers
Rick Ferrell, Catcher, St. Louis Browns
Harmon Killebrew, First Baseman, Minnesota Twins
Pee Wee Reese, Shortstop, Brooklyn Dodgers

Class of 1985
Lou Brock, Left Fielder, St. Louis Cardinals
Enox Slaughter, Right Fielder, St. Louis Cardinals
Arky Vaughan, Shortstop, Pittsburgh Pirates
Hoyt Wilhelm, Pitcher, Chicago White Sox

Class of 1986
Bobby Doerr, Second Baseman, Boston Red Sox
Ernie Lombardi, Catcher, Cincinnati Reds
Willie McCovey, First Baseman, San Francisco Giants

Class of 1987
Ray Dandridge, Third Baseman, Newark Eagles
Catfish Hunter, Pitcher, Oakland Athletics
Billy Williams, Left Fielder, Chicago Cubs

Class of 1988
Willie Stargell, Left Fielder, Pittsburgh Pirates

Class of 1989
Al Barlick, Umpire
Johnny Bench, Catcher, Cincinnati Reds
Red Schoendienst, Second Baseman, St. Louis Cardinals
Carl Yastrzemski, Left Fielder, Boston Red Sox

Class of 1990
Joe Morgan, Second Baseman, Cincinnati Reds
Jim Palmer, Pitcher, Baltimore Orioles

Class of 1991
Rod Carew, Second Baseman, Minnesota Twins
Fergie Jenkins, Pitcher, Chicago Cubs
Tony Lazzeri, Second Baseman, New York Yankees
Gaylord Perry, Pitcher, San Francisco Giants
Bill Veeck, Executive/Pioneer

Class of 1992
Rollie Fingers, Pitcher, Oakland Athletics
Bill McGowan, Umpire
Hal Newhouser, Pitcher, Detroit Tigers
Tom Seaver, Pitcher, New York Mets

Class of 1993
Reggie Jackson, Right Fielder, Oakland Athletics

Class of 1994
Steve Carlton, Pitcher, Philadelphia Phillies
Leo Durocher, Manager, Brooklyn dodgers
Phil Rizzuto, Shortstop, New York Yankees

Class of 1995
Richie Ashburn, Center Fielder, Philadelphia Phillies
Leon Day, Pitcher, Newark Eagles
William Hulbert, Executive/Pioneer
Mike Schmidt, Third Baseman, Philadelphia Phillies
Vic Willis, Pitcher, Boston Braves

Class of 1996
Jim Bunning, Pitcher, Detroit Tigers
Bill Foster, Pitcher, Chicago American Giants
Ned Hanlon, Manager, Baltimore Orioles (National League)
Earl Weaver, Manager, Baltimore Orioles

Class of 1997
Nellie Fox, Second Baseman, Chicago White Sox
Tommy Lasorda, Manager, Los Angeles Dodgers
Phil Niekro, Pitcher, Atlanta Braves
Willie Wells, Shortstop, St. Louis Stars

Class of 1998
George Davis, Shortstop, New York Giants
Larry Doby, Center Fielder, Cleveland Indians
Lee MacPhail, Executive/Pioneer
Bullet Rogan, Pitcher, Kansas City Monarchs
Don Sutton, Pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers

Class of 1999
George Brett, Third Baseman, Kansas City Royals
Orlando Cepeda, First Baseman, San Francisco Giants
Nestor Chylak, Umpire
Nolan Ryan, Pitcher, California Angels
Frank Selee, Manager, Boston Beaneaters (Braves)
Joe Williams, Pitcher, New York Linkcoln Giants
Robin Yount, Shortstop, Milwaukee Brewers

Class of 2000
Sparky Anderson, Manager, Detroit Tigers
Carlton Fisk, Catcher, Chicago White Sox
Bid McPhee, Second Baseman, Cincinnati Red Stockings
Tony Perez, First Baseman, Cincinnati Reds
Turkey Stearnes, Center Fielder, Detroit Stars

Class of 2001
Bill Mazeroski, Second Baseman, Pittsburgh Pirates
Kirby Puckett, Center Fielder, Minnesota Twins
Hilton Smith, Pitcher, Kansas City Monarchs
Dave Winfield, Right Fielders, New York Yankees

Class of 2002
Ozzie Smith, Shortstop, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 2003
Gary Carter, Catcher, Montreal Expos
Eddie Murray, First Baseman, Baltimore Orioles

Class of 2004
Dennis Eckersley, Pitcher, Oakland A’s
Paul Monitor, Designated Hitter, Milwaukee Brewers

Class of 2005
Wade Boggs, Third Baseman, Boston Red Sox
Ryne Sandberg, Second Baseman, Chicago Cubs

Class of 2006
Ray Brown, Pitcher, Homestead Grays
Willard Brown, Center Fielder, Kansas City Monarchs
Andy Cooper, Pitcher
Frank Grant, Second Baseman
Pete Hill, Center Fielder
Biz Mackey, Catcher
Effa Manley, Executive/Pioneer
Jose Mendez, Pitcher, Cuban stars
Alex Pompez, Executive/Pioneer
Cum Posey, Executive/Pioneer, Homestead Grays
Louis Santop, Catcher
Bruce Sutter, Pitcher, Chicago Cubs
Mule Suttles, First Baseman, Newark Eagles
Ben Taylor, First Baseman
Cristobal Torriente, Center Fielder
Sol White, Executive/Pioneer
J.L. Wilkinson, Executive/Pioneer, Kansas City Monarchs
Jud Wilson, Third Baseman, Kansas City Monarchs

Class of 2007
Tony Gwynn, Right Fielder, San Diego Padres
Cal Ripken, Shortstop, Baltimore Orioles

Class of 2008
Barney Dreyfuss, Executive/Pioneer
Rich Gossage, Pitcher, New York Yankees
Bowie Kuhn, Executive/Pioneer
Walter O’Malley, Executive/Pioneer
Billy Southworth, Manager, St. Louis Cardinals
Dick Williams, Manager, Montreal Expos

Class of 2009
Joe Gordon, Second Baseman, New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians
Rickey Henderson, Left Fielder, Oakland A’s, New York Yankees, Toronto Blue Jays, San Diego Padres, Anaheim Angels, New York Mets, Seattle Mariners, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers
Jim Rice, Left Fielder, Boston Red Sox

Class of 2010
Andre Dawson, Center Fielder, Montreal Expos, Chicago Cubs, Boston Red Sox, Florida Marlins
Doug Harvey, Umpire
Whitey Herzog, Manager, Texas Rangers, Los Angeles Angels, Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals

Class of 2011
Roberto Alomar, 2nd Baseman, Toronto Blue Jays
Bert Blyleven, Pitcher, Minnesota Twins
Pat Gillick, Executive, Toronto Blue Jays

Class of 2012
Barry Larkin, Shortstop, Cincinnati Reds
Ron Santo, 3rd Baseman, Chicago Cubs

Class of 2013
Hank O’Day, Umpire
Jacob Ruppert, Executive, New York Yankees
Deacon White, 3rd Baseman, Buffalo Bisons

Class of 2014
Bobby Cox, Manager, Atlanta Braves
Tom Glavine, Pitcher, Atlanta Braves
Tony La Russa, Manager, St. Louis Cardinals
Greg Maddux, Pitcher, Atlanta Braves
Frank Thomas, 1st Baseman, Chicago White Sox
Joe Torre, Manager, New York Yankees

Class of 2015
Craig Biggio, 2nd Baseman, Houston Astros
Randy Johnson, Pitcher, Seattle Mariners
Pedro Martinez, Pitcher, Boston Red Sox
John Smoltz, Pitcher, Atlanta Braves

Class of 2016
Ken Griffey Jr., Center Fielder, Seattle Mariners
Mike Piazza, Catcher, New York Mets

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