San Francisco Giants - Baseball Hall of Famers

Baseball Hall of Famers

As of 2012, the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame has inducted 66 representatives of the Giants (55 players and 11 managers) into the Hall of Fame, more than any other team in the history of baseball. The Los Angeles Dodgers have the second most (45 players, 9 managers) and the Yankees with the third most (41 players, 11 managers).

San Francisco Giants Hall of Famers
Affiliation according to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
New York Gothams/Giants

Dave Bancroft†
Jake Beckley†
Roger Bresnahan†
Dan Brouthers†
Jesse Burkett†
Roger Connor
George Davis
Leo Durocher

Buck Ewing‡1
Frankie Frisch†
Burleigh Grimes
Gabby Hartnett
Rogers Hornsby1
Waite Hoyt
Carl Hubbell
Monte Irvin
Travis Jackson

Tim Keefe
Willie Keeler
George Kelly
King Kelly†
Tony Lazzeri
Freddie Lindstrom
Ernie Lombardi
Rube Marquard

Christy Mathewson
Joe McGinnity
John McGraw 2
Joe Medwick†
Johnny Mize†
Jim O'Rourke
Mel Ott‡1
Edd Roush
Amos Rusie†

Ray Schalk†
Red Schoendienst
Bill Terry 1
John Montgomery Ward†1
Mickey Welch
Hoyt Wilhelm
Hack Wilson
Ross Youngs

San Francisco Giants

Steve Carlton
Gary Carter

Orlando Cepeda
Rich Gossage

Juan Marichal
Willie Mays
Willie McCovey

Joe Morgan
Gaylord Perry

Duke Snider
Warren Spahn

Players listed in bold are depicted on their Hall of Fame plaques wearing a Giants or Gothams cap insignia.
† – depicted on Hall of Fame plaque without a cap or cap insignia due to not wearing a cap or playing when caps had no insignia
‡ – depicted without a cap or cap insignia, but Hall of Fame recognizes New York Gothams/Giants as "Primary Team"
1 – inducted as player, also managed Giants or was player-manager
2 – inducted as manager, also played for Giants or was player-manager

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