Hall of Fame Players are truly heads and shoulders above the rest of the players in the league's history. See which players earned a bronze statue in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Monte Ward racked up 108 major league wins before his 21st birthday. He definitely had something to celebrate. See why Ward made a greater contribution to baseball more than most other players or executives of his time.
One of the key members of the storied 1908 Chicago Cubs was Johnny Evers. His devotion to learning everything there is to know about the game of baseball paid off for him and increased his success. He entered the Hall of Fame in 1946.
Rube Foster, the "Father of Black Baseball," ran away from home in the 1890s to chase his baseball dreams. In 1919 he put together the Negro National League to prepare players for major league race integration. Learn more about this pitcher and revolutionary.
His given name was Wilbur, but he quickly acquired one of baseball’s greatest nicknames -- “Bullet Joe.” There may have never been a more complete player. Get statistics and history on this famous pitcher and manager.
Harry Wright is known as being one of the originators of pregame rituals, such as batting practice. He was selected to the Baseball Hall of Fame because of his many innovations and contributions to the game of baseball. You can learn about Harry Wright here.
The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown celebrates some of the greatest players to ever play the game of baseball. In this section, you can learn about some of the pitchers that are found in the Hall of Fame.
The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York commemorates some of the great second basemen. This section features information on the careers of some of the most famous second basemen found in the Hall of Fame.
Baseball shortstops are celebrated in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Here, you can learn about the careers of some of the best shortstops found in the Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame in Cooperstown New York houses the shrines to some of the greatest third basemen that ever played the game of baseball. You can learn about the careers of Hall of Fame third basemen in this section.
Some of the greatest outfielders are celebrated in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. In this section, you can learn about the careers of some of the great outfielders found in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
An enterprising sportswriter shortened “cyclone” to “Cy” after seeing the young Denton True Young warming up against a wooden fence. Young would never again be known by any other name during his professional career.
The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown also celebrates some of the greatest pitchers the game of baseball has ever seen. You can learn about the careers of some of the greatest pitchers found in the Hall of Fame in this section.
Cooperstown New York is famous because it is the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, which is a shrine to the game's greatest players. Here, you can learn about some of the catchers that can be found in the Hall of Fame.