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List of New York Yankees in the Baseball Hall of Fame

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The New York Yankees are a Major League Baseball team based in The Bronx, New York. The team is in the East Division of the American League. Established in 1901 as the Baltimore Orioles (no relation to the modern Baltimore Orioles), the team relocated to New York in 1903 as the New York Highlanders, they officially renamed to their current name in 1913.

A total of 60 players, managers, and executives (23 of whom are inducted as Yankees) in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, plus six broadcasters who have received the Hall's Ford C. Frick Award, spent part or all of their professional careers with the Yankees.

This list includes elected individuals awaiting formal induction. Three players who spent all or part of their careers with the Yankees were elected in the 2019 election process. All three will formally enter the Hall in July 2019, with one of the three to be inducted as a Yankee. Also in 2019, a seventh broadcaster who had spent at least part of his career on the Yankees' broadcast team will receive the Frick Award.

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Contents

Key

dagger Inducted as a Yankee

List

Inductees

Player Years with Yankees Role(s) with Yankees Inducted as Year inducted Vote% Ballot or Election type
Home Run Baker 1916–1919, 1921–1922 Player Player 1955 Veteran's Committee
Ed Barrow 1920–1945 Executive Executive 1953 Veteran's Committee
Yogi Berradagger 1946–1964, 1984–1985 Player, coach, manager Player 1972 85.61% 2nd Ballot
Wade Boggs 1993–1997 Player Player 2005 91.9% 1st Ballot
Roger Bresnahan 1901–1902 Player Player 1945 Veteran's Committee
Frank Chance 1913–1914 Player Player 1946 Veteran's Committee
Jack Chesbrodagger 1903–1909 Player Player 1946 Veteran's Committee
Earle Combsdagger 1924–1935 Player Player 1970 Veteran's Committee
Stan Coveleski 1928 Player Player 1969 Veteran's Committee
Bobby Cox 1968–1969, 1977 Player, coach Manager 2014 100% Expansion Era Committee
Bill Dickeydagger 1928–1943, 1946 Player Player 1954 80.16% 7th Ballot
Joe DiMaggiodagger 1936–1942, 1946–1951 Player Player 1955 88.84% 3rd Ballot
Leo Durocher 1925, 1928–1929 Player Manager 1994 Veteran's Committee
Whitey Forddagger 1950, 1953–1967 Player Player 1974 77.81% 2nd Ballot
Lou Gehrigdagger 1923–1939 Player Player 1939 Special Election
Lefty Gomezdagger 1930–1942 Player Player 1972 Veteran's Committee
Joe Gordondagger 1938–1946 Player Player 2009 83.3% Veteran's Committee
Goose Gossagedagger 1978–1983 Player Player 2008 85.8% 9th Ballot
Clark Griffith 1903–1907 Player Executive 1946 Veteran's Committee
Burleigh Grimes 1934 Player Player 1964 Veteran's Committee
Bucky Harris 1947–1948 Manager Manager 1975 Veteran's Committee
Rickey Henderson 1985–1989 Player Player 2009 94.8% 1st Ballot
Waite Hoytdagger 1921–1930 Player Player 1969 Veteran's Committee
Miller Hugginsdagger 1918–1929 Manager Manager 1964 Veteran's Committee
Catfish Hunter 1975-1979 Player Player 1987 76.27% 3rd Ballot
Reggie Jacksondagger 1977–1981 Player Player 1993 93.6% 1st Ballot
Randy Johnson 2005-2006 Player Player 2015 97.3% 1st Ballot
Willie Keeler 1903–1909 Player Player 1939 75.5% 4th Ballot
Tony Lazzeridagger 1926–1937 Player Player 1991 Veteran's Committee
Bob Lemon 1978–1979, 1981–1982 Manager Player 1976 78.61% 12th Ballot
Larry MacPhail 1945–1947 Executive Executive 1978 Veteran's Committee
Lee MacPhail 1966–1974 Executive Executive 1998 Veteran's Committee
Mickey Mantledagger 1951–1968 Player Player 1974 88.2% 1st Ballot
Joe McCarthydagger 1931–1946 Manager Manager 1957 Veteran's Committee
Joe McGinnity 1901–1902 Player Player 1946 Veteran's Committee
John McGraw 1901–1902 Player Manager 1937 Veteran's Committee
Bill McKechnie 1913 Player Player 1962 Veteran's Committee
Johnny Mize 1949–1953 Player Player 1981 Veteran's Committee
Mike Mussina 2001–2008 Player Player 2019 76.7% 6th Ballot
Phil Niekro 1984–1985 Player Player 1997 80.34% 5th Ballot
Herb Pennockdagger 1923–1933 Player Player 1948 77.69% 8th Ballot
Gaylord Perry 1980 Player Player 1991 77.2% 3rd Ballot
Tim Raines 1996–1998 Player Player 2017 86.0% 10th Ballot
Branch Rickey 1907 Player Executive 1967 Veteran's Committee
Mariano Riveradagger 1995–2013 Player Player 2019 100.00% 1st Ballot
Phil Rizzutodagger 1941–1942, 1946–1956 Player Player 1994 Veteran's Committee
Wilbert Robinson 1901–1902 Player, manager Manager 1945 Veteran's Committee
Iván Rodríguez 2008 Player Player 2017 76% 1st Ballot
Red Ruffingdagger 1930–1942, 1945–1946 Player Player 1967 86.93% 15th Ballot
Jacob Ruppert 1915–1939 Executive Executive 2013 93.8% Pre-Integration Era Committee
Babe Ruthdagger 1920–1934 Player Player 1936 95.13% 1st Ballot (inaugural)
Joe Sewell 1931–1933 Player Player 1977 Veteran's Committee
Enos Slaughter 1954–1959 Player Player 1985 Veteran's Committee
Lee Smith 1993 Player Player 2019 100% Today's Game Committee
Casey Stengeldagger 1949–1960 Manager Manager 1966 Veteran's Committee
Joe Torredagger 1996–2007 Manager Manager 2014 100% Expansion Era Committee
Dazzy Vance 1915, 1918 Player Player 1955 81.7% 16th Ballot
Paul Waner 1944–1945 Player Player 1952 83.33% 5th Ballot
George Weiss 1947–1960 Executive Executive 1977 Veteran's Committee
Dave Winfield 1981–88, 1990 Player Player 2001 84.5% 1st Ballot

Honored broadcasters

The Frick Award, according to the Hall, "is presented annually to a broadcaster for 'major contributions to baseball.' "[1] The Hall explicitly states that Frick honorees are not members of the Hall.[1]

Broadcaster Years with Yankees Year of award
Mel Allen 1939–1964 1978
Red Barber 1954–1966 1978
Jerry Coleman 1949–1957 2005
Joe Garagiola, Sr. 1965–1967 1991
Curt Gowdy 1949–1950 1984
Al Helfer 1937–1938, 1945 2019
Russ Hodges 1946–1948 1980

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Awards: Ford C. Frick". National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Retrieved November 25, 2012.

External links

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