Stats for Hall of Fame Right Fielders

So why have these right fielders been placed into the National Baseball Hall of Fame? The following chart briefly illustrates the statistical accomplishments of each right fielder currently enshrined in Cooperstown.

The chart is meant to serve as a quick compilation of lifetime statistics meant for easy comparison side-by-side comparison. Full stats for each player can be found by clicking on the player's name or by visiting our Player Stats section located on the main menu.

"It will be a great honor if I'm voted in, but it's something a player should never expect will happen." - Hall of Fame Pitcher Warren Spahn
Stats for Hall of Fame Right Fielders

BOLD Indicates Statistical Leader For HOF Right Fielders

Name [Link To Full Stats]
AVG
OBP
SLG
HR
RBI
RUNS
SB

.305

.377

.555

755

2,297

2,174

240

.317

.362

.475

240

1,305

1,416

83

.309

.362

.452

97

1,525

1,391

366

.321

.386

.474

128

1,065

1,295

328

.313

.389

.445

48

756

948

330

.338

.388

.359

135

1,138

1,383

319

.342

.410

.520

183

1,539

1,291

113

.281

.368

.387

75

817

1,429

375

.262

.358

.490

563

1,551

1,702

228

.297

.379

.480

399

1,583

1,622

137

.341

.388

.415

33

810

1,719

495

.308

.368

.438

69

950

1,357

368

.320

.379

.543

300

1,201

1,168

79

.292

.364

.376

44

666

1,069

468

.304

.414

.533

511

1,860

1,859

89

.322

.374

.427

34

1,078

1,514

351

.294

.392

.537

586

1,812

1,829

204

.342

.474

.690

714

2,213

2,174

123

.300

.382

.453

169

1,304

1,247

71

.331

.384

.505

127

1,299

1,256

229

.333

.404

.473

113

1,309

1,627

104

.283

.355

.475

465

1,833

1,669

223

.322

.399

.441

42

592

812

153

Name [Link To Full Stats]
AVG
OBP
SLG
HR
RBI
RUNS
SB

Stats for Hall of Fame Right Fielders



Did you know that Cap Anson , who was the manager of the Chicago Nationals at the time, credited Mike "King" Kelly with originating the hit and run play?

Harry Heilmann played with Ty Cobb in Detroit and combined for one of the most powerful one-two punches in baseball. "The Slug" won four batting titles and each was on an odd year: 1921, 1923, 1925, and 1927.

How good was Ross Youngs ? The legendary John McGraw called him, "the greatest outfielder" and though his career ended at the age of thirty due to a kidney disorder, he had hit over .300 ever year of his career but one.

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