|Hall of Famer||Primary team||Position||Induction year|
|Boston Red Sox||2nd Baseman||1986|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||Pitcher||1984|
|Boston Beaneaters (Braves)||Center Fielder||1945|
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This Day in Baseball History
On July 27, 1975, the New York Mets release veteran outfielder Cleon Jones, who had previously been suspended for insubordinate actions. One of the key members of the Mets’ 1969 world championship, Jones will remain out of work until 1976, when he makes a brief comeback with the Chicago White Sox.