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Baseball's National League has 16 teams which are divided up into three divisions, the East, Central and the West. Learn about the Hall of Fame National League teams.

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Washington Senators Hall of Fame Members

The Washington Senators have had a couple incarnations over the years. Though the team no longer exists, it's players are still honored in the Hall of Fame. Learn about Hall of Fame members who played for the Washington Senators.


The Washington Senators have had a couple incarnations over the years. Though the team no longer exists, it's players are still honored in the Hall of Fame. Learn about Hall of Fame members who played for the Washington Senators. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown is home to the shrines to some of the greatest players to ever wear a Los Angeles Dodgers uniform. Some of these people include Don Sutton, Al Lopez and Duke Snider. You can learn about Hall of Fame Dodgers in this section. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York holds shrines dedicated to the league's top players, including those from the New York Mets. Take a look behind the scenes of the Met players who were at the top of their game, including Yogi Berra, Willie Mays, Nolan Ryan and more. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York holds shrines dedicated to the league's top players, including many former Philadelphia Phillies players. Learn about this team's all-stars from Grover Alexander to Harry Wright and everyone in between. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown holds shrines dedicated to top baseball players. Learn about members who played for the Chicago Cubs, including players such as Ernie Banks, Dizzy Dean, and Ryne Sandberg. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame is located in Cooperstown New York. Learn about Hall of Fame members who played for the Cincinnati Reds, including players such as Charles Comiskey, Old Hoss Radbourn, and Eppa Rixey. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York holds shrines dedicated players from the Pittsburgh Pirates. See the list of all-stars and get stats for greats such as Bill Mazeroski, Casey Stengel, Roberto Clemente and Rabbit Maranville. See more »

The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York contains former members of the Houston Astros. The people on this list include Don Sutton and the great Nolan Ryan. You can learn about the careers of some of these hall of famers in this section. See more »

The Milwaukee Brewers had its share of Hall of Fame stars. Get stats and bios on Hank Aaron, Rollie Fingers, Don Sutton, Hugh Duffy, Paul Molitor and Robin Yount. See more »

The Montreal Expos have their share of players in the Baseball Hall of Fame located in Cooperstown New York. Get information and stats on their key players: Gary Carter and Tony Perez. See more »