Astros Hall of Fame

The Astros Hall of Fame presented by Houston Methodist

The few, the elite, the enshrined members of the Astros Hall of Fame. Listed below in yearly induction order are Major League Baseball players who have been recognized by the Houston Astros franchise.

"Every one of these players were part of somebody's childhood, they were part of somebody becoming an Astros fan, and we can't forget our past." - Nolan Ryan (03/28/2019, Astros Hall of Fame Press Conference , Minute Maid Park)
Astros Hall of Fame
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Inducted
Astros Hall of Famers
Number
Position(s)
Years
2019
Third Baseman
1962 - 1967
2019
First Baseman
1991 - 2005
2019
Second Baseman
1998 - 2007
2019
Leftfielder
1975 - 1987
2019
Pitcher
1964 - 1977
2019
Gene Elston
-
Broadcaster
1962 - 1986
2019
Milo Hamilton
-
Broadcaster
1985 - 2012
2019
Second Baseman
1963 - 1971, 1980
2019
Pitcher
1975 - 1985
2019
Pitcher
1992 - 2001
2019
Pitcher
1991 - 2005
2019
Pitcher
1980 - 1988
2019
Pitcher
1983 - 1991
2019
Pitcher
1962 - 1963
2019
Pitcher
1966 - 1974
2019
Centerfielder
1963 - 1973
Inducted
Astros Hall of Famers
Number
Position(s)
Years

Astros Hall of Famers | Research by Baseball Almanac



The Astros Hall of Fame names that appear in bold print were also inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Numbers in bold print, are uniform numbers that the Astros have officially retired.
Did you know that the inaugural 2019 Astros Hall of Fame induction class featured the nine Astros with retired numbers, as well as the members of the Astros Walk of Fame on Texas Avenue.
The Astros Hall of Fame is located in the Hall of Fame Alley at Minute Maid Park, where Home Run Alley was once located.
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