Hall of Famers By Election Method

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The Hall of Fame is comprised of 323 elected members. Included are 226 former major league players, 30 executives, 35 Negro Leaguers, 22 managers and 10 umpires. The BBWAA has elected 128 candidates to the Hall while the veterans committees (in all forms) have chosen 167 deserving candidates (98 major leaguers, 30 executives, 22 managers, 10 umpires and nine Negro Leaguers). The defunct “Committee on Negro Baseball Leagues” selected nine men between 1971-77 and the Special Committee on Negro Leagues in 2006 elected 17 Negro Leaguers. There are currently 77 living members, as of January 2018.

Below is a listing of each of the 323 Hall of Famers, sorted alphabetically by the method in which they earned election.

Elected by BBWAA

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Elected by Veterans Committees

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Elected by Committee on Negro Baseball Leagues (defunct, 1971-77)

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Elected by Special Committee on Negro Leagues (2006)

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Part of the BASEBALL HISTORY series