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Baseball Hall of Fame

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The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Established 1936.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hank Aaron
Baseball
5-Feb-1934   Hit 755 home runs over his career
Bud Abbott
Actor
2-Oct-1895 24-Apr-1974 Half of Abbott and Costello
Grover Cleveland Alexander
Baseball
26-Feb-1887 4-Nov-1950 Pitcher, 373 career wins
Mel Allen
Sports Journalist
13-Feb-1913 16-Jun-1996 Sportscaster, Voice of the Yankees
Roberto Alomar
Baseball
5-Feb-1968   Hall of Fame second baseman
Walter Alston
Baseball
1-Dec-1911 1-Oct-1984 Longtime Manager, Brooklyn/LA Dodgers
Sparky Anderson
Baseball
22-Feb-1934 4-Nov-2010 Reds and Tigers manager
Cap Anson
Baseball
17-Apr-1852 14-Apr-1922 Early MLB superstar, Hall of Famer
Luis Aparicio
Baseball
29-Apr-1934   Shortstop, MLB Hall of Famer
Luke Appling
Baseball
2-Apr-1907 3-Jan-1991 Chicago White Sox, Hall of Famer
Richie Ashburn
Baseball
19-Mar-1927 9-Sep-1997 MLB Hall of Fame Whiz Kid
Home Run Baker
Baseball
13-Mar-1886 28-Jun-1963 MLB Hall of Famer
Ernie Banks
Baseball
31-Jan-1931   National League MVP 1958 and 1959
Ed Barrow
Baseball
10-May-1868 15-Dec-1953 Yankees General Manager, 1920-45
Cool Papa Bell
Baseball
17-May-1903 7-Mar-1991 Negro Leagues star
Johnny Bench
Baseball
7-Dec-1947   Hall of Fame catcher
Yogi Berra
Baseball
12-May-1925   New York Yankee malapropist
Bert Blyleven
Baseball
6-Apr-1951   MLB pitcher, 3701 strikeouts
Wade Boggs
Baseball
15-Jun-1958   Boston Red Sox
Jim Bottomley
Baseball
23-Apr-1900 11-Dec-1959 St. Louis Cardinal, Hall-of-Famer
Lou Boudreau
Baseball
17-Jul-1917 10-Aug-2001 MLB Shortstop, Hall of Famer
George Brett
Baseball
15-May-1953   Twelve-time American League All-Star
Lou Brock
Baseball
18-Jun-1939   Stole 938 bases
Charles Bronfman
Business
27-Jun-1931   Fifth richest person in Canada
Mordecai Brown
Baseball
19-Oct-1876 14-Feb-1948 Three Finger Brown
Jim Bunning
Politician
23-Oct-1931   US Senator from Kentucky
Jesse Burkett
Baseball
4-Dec-1868 27-May-1953 The Crab, MLB Hall of Famer
Roy Campanella
Baseball
19-Nov-1921 26-Jun-1993 National League MVP 1951, 1953, and 1955
Rod Carew
Baseball
1-Oct-1945   Hall of Famer
Max Carey
Baseball
11-Jan-1890 30-May-1976 MLB Hall of Famer
Steve Carlton
Baseball
22-Dec-1944   Winner of four Cy Young Awards
Gary Carter
Baseball
8-Apr-1954 16-Feb-2012 MLB catcher, Hall-of-Famer
Alexander Cartwright
Baseball
17-Apr-1820 12-Jul-1892 Original rules of baseball
Orlando Cepeda
Baseball
17-Sep-1937   MLB first baseman
Henry Chadwick
Journalist
5-Oct-1824 20-Apr-1908 Father of baseball
Albert "Happy" Chandler
Politician
14-Jul-1898 15-Jun-1991 Kentucky Governor, Baseball Commissioner
Roberto Clemente
Baseball
18-Aug-1934 31-Dec-1972 Puerto Rican baseball star
Ty Cobb
Baseball
18-Dec-1886 17-Jul-1961 Legendary Detroit Tigers hitter
Mickey Cochrane
Baseball
6-Apr-1903 28-Jun-1962 Detroit Tigers catcher
Eddie Collins
Baseball
2-May-1887 25-Mar-1951 Second baseman, 1914 MVP
Earle Combs
Baseball
14-May-1899 21-Jul-1976 The Kentucky Colonel, MLB Hall of Famer
Lou Costello
Actor
6-Mar-1906 3-Mar-1959 Half of Abbott and Costello
Joe Cronin
Baseball
12-Oct-1906 7-Sep-1984 Shortstop on 7 All-Star teams
Kiki Cuyler
Baseball
30-Aug-1898 11-Feb-1950 MLB Hall of Famer
Ray Dandridge
Baseball
31-Aug-1913 12-Feb-1994 Negro Leagues 3rd Baseman, Hall of Famer
Dizzy Dean
Baseball
16-Jan-1910 17-Jul-1974 MVP in 1934, won two World Series
Bill Dickey
Baseball
6-Jun-1907 12-Nov-1993 Eleven-time American League All-Star
Joe DiMaggio
Baseball
25-Nov-1914 8-Mar-1999 Where have you gone
Larry Doby
Baseball
13-Dec-1923 18-Jun-2003 First African-American in AL
Bobby Doerr
Baseball
7-Apr-1918   Boston Red Sox Hall-of-Famer
Don Drysdale
Baseball
23-Jul-1936 3-Jul-1993 Dodgers pitcher, 1962 Cy Young Award winner
Leo Durocher
Baseball
27-Jul-1905 7-Oct-1991 Leo the Lip
Dennis Eckersley
Baseball
3-Oct-1954   Hall of Famer, renowned pitcher
Red Faber
Baseball
6-Sep-1888 25-Sep-1976 Chicago White Sox spitballer, Hall-of-Famer
Bob Feller
Baseball
3-Nov-1918 15-Dec-2010 Pitched three no-hitters for Cleveland
Rollie Fingers
Baseball
25-Aug-1946   MLB needs more handlebar moustaches
Carlton Fisk
Baseball
26-Dec-1947   Catcher for 2,226 games
Whitey Ford
Baseball
21-Oct-1928   Ten World Series wins
Nellie Fox
Baseball
25-Dec-1927 1-Dec-1975 MLB Hall of Famer
Jimmie Foxx
Baseball
22-Oct-1907 21-Jul-1967 Seven-time All Star, 534 home runs
Frankie Frisch
Baseball
9-Sep-1898 12-Mar-1973 2880 hits with .316 batting average
Lou Gehrig
Baseball
19-Jun-1903 2-Jun-1941 Played 2,130 consecutive games
Bob Gibson
Baseball
9-Nov-1935   Two-time Cy Young Award winner
Josh Gibson
Baseball
21-Dec-1911 20-Jan-1947 Negro Leagues hall of fame hitter
Lefty Gomez
Baseball
26-Nov-1908 17-Feb-1989 El Goofy
Goose Goslin
Baseball
16-Oct-1900 15-May-1971 MLB Hall of Famer
Goose Gossage
Baseball
5-Jul-1951   MLB relief pitcher
Hank Greenberg
Baseball
1-Jan-1911 4-Sep-1986 Two-time American League MVP
Lefty Grove
Baseball
6-Mar-1900 22-May-1975 Perhaps the best MLB pitcher in history
Tony Gwynn
Baseball
9-May-1960   Batted .394 in 1994 for the Padres
Gabby Hartnett
Baseball
20-Dec-1900 20-Dec-1972 Chicago Cubs catcher, Hall-of-Famer
Whitey Herzog
Baseball
9-Nov-1931   The White Rat
Harry Hooper
Baseball
24-Aug-1887 18-Dec-1974 MLB Hall of Famer
Rogers Hornsby
Baseball
27-Apr-1896 5-Jan-1963 The Raj
Cal Hubbard
Football
31-Oct-1900 17-Oct-1977 NFL Hall of Famer, Baseball umpire
Carl Hubbell
Baseball
22-Jun-1903 21-Nov-1988 New York Giants pitcher
Miller Huggins
Baseball
27-Mar-1879 25-Sep-1929 Yankees Manager, 1918-29
Catfish Hunter
Baseball
8-Apr-1946 9-Sep-1999 Pitched a perfect game in 1968
Monte Irvin
Baseball
25-Feb-1919   Negro Leagues player, MLB Hall of Famer
Reggie Jackson
Baseball
18-May-1946   Baseball player, candy bar
Ferguson Jenkins
Baseball
13-Dec-1942   Winner, 1971 Cy Young Award
Walter Johnson
Baseball
6-Nov-1887 10-Dec-1946 American League MVP in 1913 and 1924
Al Kaline
Baseball
19-Dec-1934   Detroit Tigers hitter
George Kell
Baseball
23-Aug-1922 24-Mar-2009 3rd Baseman, MLB Hall of Famer
Harmon Killebrew
Baseball
29-Jun-1936 17-May-2011 Minnesota Twins
Ralph Kiner
Baseball
27-Oct-1922   Hit 54 home runs in 1947
Sandy Koufax
Baseball
30-Dec-1935   Three-time Cy Young Award winner
Nap Lajoie
Baseball
5-Sep-1874 7-Feb-1959 MLB Hall of Famer
Kenesaw Mountain Landis
Baseball
20-Nov-1866 25-Nov-1944 First Commissioner of Baseball
Tommy Lasorda
Baseball
22-Sep-1927   Manager of the LA Dodgers, 1977-96
Tony Lazzeri
Baseball
6-Dec-1903 6-Aug-1946 Yankees second baseman, Hall-of-Famer
Bob Lemon
Baseball
22-Sep-1920 11-Jan-2000 Cleveland Indians Pitcher, MLB Manager
Al Lopez
Baseball
20-Aug-1908 30-Oct-2005 Catcher, manager, MLB Hall-of-Famer
Connie Mack
Baseball
22-Dec-1862 8-Feb-1956 Manager of the Philadelphia Athletics
Lee MacPhail
Baseball
25-Oct-1917 8-Nov-2012 President of the American League, 1974-83
Mickey Mantle
Baseball
20-Oct-1931 13-Aug-1995 Twelve times in the World Series
Heinie Manush
Baseball
20-Jul-1901 12-May-1971 MLB Hall of Famer
Juan Marichal
Baseball
20-Oct-1937   Nine-time All-Star SF Giants pitcher
Eddie Mathews
Baseball
13-Oct-1931 18-Feb-2001 Hit 512 home runs
Christy Mathewson
Baseball
12-Aug-1880 7-Oct-1925 Pitched 37 winning games in 1908
Willie Mays
Baseball
6-May-1931   Baseball Hall of Famer
Bill Mazeroski
Baseball
5-Sep-1936   Maz
Joe McCarthy
Baseball
21-Apr-1887 13-Jan-1978 Yankees manager for 15 years
Willie McCovey
Baseball
10-Jan-1938   521 homers, 18 grand slams
John McGraw
Baseball
7-Apr-1873 25-Feb-1934 NY Giants manager for 30 years
Joe Medwick
Baseball
24-Nov-1911 21-Mar-1975 MLB Hall of Famer
Paul Molitor
Baseball
22-Aug-1956   Baseball legend
Joe Morgan
Baseball
19-Sep-1943   National League MVP, 1975-76
Eddie Murray
Baseball
24-Feb-1956   Eight-time All-Star Hall of Famer
Stan Musial
Baseball
21-Nov-1920 19-Jan-2013 St. Louis Cardinals
Mel Ott
Baseball
2-Mar-1909 21-Nov-1958 HoF New York Giants outfielder
Satchel Paige
Baseball
7-Jul-1906 8-Jun-1982 Negro Leagues, Cleveland Indians pitcher
Jim Palmer
Baseball
15-Oct-1945   Longtime Baltimore Orioles pitcher
Tony Pérez
Baseball
14-May-1942   Big Dog, MLB Hall-of-Famer
Gaylord Perry
Baseball
15-Sep-1938   Me and the Spitter
Kirby Puckett
Baseball
14-Mar-1960 6-Mar-2006 Minnesota Twins Hall of Famer
Pee Wee Reese
Baseball
23-Jul-1918 15-Aug-1999 Ten-time Dodgers All-Star
Sam Rice
Baseball
20-Feb-1890 13-Oct-1974 Washington Senators Hall-of-Famer
Branch Rickey
Baseball
20-Dec-1881 9-Dec-1965 Longtime Baseball GM
Cal Ripken
Baseball
24-Aug-1960   American League MVP 1983, 1991
Phil Rizzuto
Baseball
25-Sep-1916 14-Aug-2007 American League MVP, 1950
Robin Roberts
Baseball
30-Sep-1926 6-May-2010 Phillies pitcher, Hall of Famer
Brooks Robinson
Baseball
18-May-1937   Baltimore Orioles third base
Frank Robinson
Baseball
31-Aug-1935   MVP for both AL and NL
Jackie Robinson
Baseball
31-Jan-1919 24-Oct-1972 First negro in the major leagues
Amos Rusie
Baseball
30-May-1871 6-Dec-1942 The Hoosier Thunderbolt
Babe Ruth
Baseball
6-Feb-1895 16-Aug-1948 The Bambino
Nolan Ryan
Baseball
31-Jan-1947   Pitched seven no-hitters
Ron Santo
Baseball
25-Feb-1940 2-Dec-2010 Third baseman, Chicago Cubs
Mike Schmidt
Baseball
27-Sep-1949   Phillies third baseman
Vin Scully
Sports Journalist
29-Nov-1927   Voice of the Dodgers
Tom Seaver
Baseball
17-Nov-1944   Three-time Cy Young Award winner
Al Simmons
Baseball
22-May-1902 26-May-1956 Lifetime batting average .334
George Sisler
Baseball
24-Mar-1893 26-Mar-1973 Batted .420 in 1921
Ozzie Smith
Baseball
26-Dec-1954   Hall of Fame shortstop
Duke Snider
Baseball
19-Sep-1926 27-Feb-2011 Dodgers Hall of Famer
Warren Spahn
Baseball
23-Apr-1921 24-Nov-2003 Winner of 1957 Cy Young Award
A. G. Spalding
Baseball
2-Sep-1850 9-Sep-1915 Baseball player, owner, and manufacturer
Tris Speaker
Baseball
4-Apr-1888 8-Dec-1958 Exceptional centerfielder
Willie Stargell
Baseball
6-Mar-1940 9-Apr-2001 National League MVP 1979
Casey Stengel
Baseball
30-Jul-1890 29-Sep-1975 The Old Perfesser
Don Sutton
Baseball
2-Apr-1945   Pitcher, Baseball Hall of Famer
Bill Veeck
Baseball
9-Feb-1914 2-Jan-1986 Chicago White Sox owner
Honus Wagner
Baseball
24-Feb-1874 6-Dec-1955 Pittsburgh shortstop on valuable baseball card
Earl Weaver
Baseball
14-Aug-1930 18-Jan-2013 Cantankerous Orioles Manager
Hoyt Wilhelm
Baseball
26-Jul-1923 23-Aug-2002 Knuckleball relief pitcher
Billy Williams
Baseball
15-Jun-1938   Chicago Cubs hitter
Ted Williams
Baseball
30-Aug-1918 5-Jul-2002 Cryonically preserved .400 hitter
Dave Winfield
Baseball
3-Oct-1951   Twelve-time All Star
Early Wynn
Baseball
6-Jan-1920 4-Apr-1999 MLB Hall of Famer
Carl Yastrzemski
Baseball
22-Aug-1939   Red Sox left-fielder, 3000 hits, 400 homers
Cy Young
Baseball
29-Mar-1867 4-Nov-1955 Pitched 511 career wins
Robin Yount
Baseball
16-Sep-1955   American League MVP, 1982 and 1989


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