National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees 1936-2000

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

National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees 2001-2025

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