List of Los Angeles Dodgers in the Baseball Hall of Fame

The Los Angeles Dodgers are a Major League Baseball team based in Los Angeles. The team is in the Western Division of the National League. Established in 1883, the team originated in Brooklyn, where it was known as the Brooklyn Dodgers, before moving to Los Angeles for the 1958 season.

A total of 55 players, managers, and executives in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, plus four broadcasters who have received the Hall's Ford C. Frick Award, spent some or part of their professional careers with the Los Angeles Dodgers

Hall of Famers

Key

* - Also served as a Dodger manager ** - Also served as a Dodger coach *** - Also served as club president from 1925–29

Player Years with Dodgers Role with Dodgers Inducted as Year inducted
Walter Alston 1954–76 Manager Manager 1983
Dave Bancroft 1928–29 Player Player 1971
Dan Brouthers 1892–93 Player Player 1945
Jim Bunning 1969 Player Player 1996
Roy Campanella 1948–57 Player Player 1969
Max Carey* 1926–29 Player Player 1961
Gary Carter 1991 Player Player 2003
Kiki Cuyler 1938 Player Player 1968
Don Drysdale 1956–69 Player Player 1984
Leo Durocher* 1938–41, 43, 45 Player Manager 1994
Burleigh Grimes* 1918–26 Player Player 1964
Ned Hanlon 1899–1905 Manager Manager 1996
Rickey Henderson 2003 Player Player 2009
Billy Herman** 1941–43, 46 Player Player 1975
Waite Hoyt 1932, 37–38 Player Player 1969
Hughie Jennings 1899–1900, 03 Player Player 1945
Willie Keeler 1893, 1899–1902 Player Player 1939
Joe Kelley 1899–1901 Player Player 1971
George Kelly 1932 Player Player 1973
Sandy Koufax 1955–66 Player Player 1972
Tommy Lasorda 1977–96 Manager Manager 1997
Tony Lazzeri 1939 Player Player 1991
Fred Lindstrom 1936 Player Player 1976
Ernie Lombardi 1931 Player Player 1986
Al Lopez 1928, 30–35 Player Manager 1977
Larry MacPhail 1938–42 Executive Executive 1978
Greg Maddux 2006, 2008 Player Player 2014
Heinie Manush 1937–38 Player Player 1964
Rabbit Maranville 1926 Player Player 1954
Juan Marichal 1975 Player Player 1983
Rube Marquard 1915–20 Player Player 1971
Pedro Martínez 1992–93 Player Player 2015
Thomas McCarthy 1896 Player Player 1946
Joe McGinnity** 1900 Player Player 1946
Joe Medwick 1940–43, 46 Player Player 1968
Eddie Murray 1989–91, 97 Player Player 2003
Walter O'Malley 1950–79 Executive Executive 2008
Mike Piazza 1992–98 Player Player 2016
Pee Wee Reese 1940–42, 46–58 Player Player 1984
Branch Rickey 1942–50 Executive Executive 1967
Frank Robinson 1972 Player Player 1982
Jackie Robinson 1947–56 Player Player 1962
Wilbert Robinson*** 1914–31 Manager Manager 1945
Duke Snider 1947–62 Player Player 1980
Casey Stengel* 1912–17 Player Manager 1966
Don Sutton 1966–80, 88 Player Player 1998
Jim Thome 2009 Player Player 2018
Joe Torre 2008-10 Manager Manager 2014
Dazzy Vance 1922–32, 35 Player Player 1955
Arky Vaughan 1942–43, 47–48 Player Player 1985
Lloyd Waner 1944 Player Player 1967
Paul Waner 1941, 43–44 Player Player 1952
John Montgomery Ward* 1891–92 Player Player 1964
Zack Wheat 1909–26 Player Player 1959
Hoyt Wilhelm 1971–72 Player Player 1985
Hack Wilson 1932–34 Player Player 1979

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 Dodgers Year of award
Red Barber 1939–19531978
Ernie Harwell 1948–19491981
Jaime Jarrín 1959–present1998
Vin Scully 1950–20161982

See also

References

  1. 1 2 "Awards: Ford C. Frick". National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Retrieved November 25, 2012.
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