Baseball Hall of Fame Infielders

The few, the elite, the enshrined members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown. Listed below in positional order are the infielders who are members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

"I'm proud of my stats, but I don't think I ever got on for Joe Morgan. If I stole a base, it was to help us win a game, and I like to think that's what made me special." - Joe Morgan
Hall of Fame First Basemen

First Basemen in the Hall of Fame | Stats For HOF First Baseman

Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%
1939

Veterans

2017
BBWAA
442
381
86.19%
1971

Veterans

1974

Veterans

1945

Veterans

1999

Veterans

1946

Veterans

1976

Veterans

1951

BBWAA

226
179
79.20%
1939

BBWAA

1956

BBWAA

193
164
84.97%
1973

Veterans

1984

BBWAA

403
335
83.13%
Buck Leonard
1972
Negro Leagues
1986

BBWAA

425
346
81.41%
1981

Veterans

2003

BBWAA

496
423
85.28%
1969
BBWAA
340
317
93.24%
2000

BBWAA

499
385
77.15%
1939

BBWAA

274
235
85.77%
Mule Suttles
2006
Negro Leagues
Ben Taylor
2006
Negro Leagues
1954
BBWAA
252
195
77.38%
2014
BBWAA
571
478
83.71%
2018
BBWAA
422
379
89.81%
Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%

Hall of Fame First Basemen

Hall of Fame Second Basemen

Second Basemen in the Hall of Fame | Stats for HOF Second Basemen

Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%
2011
BBWAA
581
523
90.01%
2015
BBWAA
549
454
82.70%
1991

BBWAA

443
401
90.52%
1939

BBWAA

274
213
77.74%
1986

Veterans

1946

Veterans

1997

Veterans

1947

BBWAA

161
136
84.47%
1949

BBWAA

187
159
85.03%

2009

Veterans

Frank Grant
2006
Negro Leagues
1975

Veterans

1942

BBWAA

233
182
78.11%
1937

BBWAA

201
168
83.58%
1991

Veterans

2001

Veterans

2000

Veterans

1990

BBWAA

444
363
81.76%
1962

BBWAA

160
124
77.50%

2005

BBWAA

516

393

76.16%

1989

Veterans

Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%

Hall of Fame Second Basemen

Hall of Fame Third Basemen

Third Basemen in the Hall of Fame | Stats For HOF Third Basemen

Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%
1955

Veterans

2005

BBWAA

516

474

91.86%

1999

BBWAA

497
488
98.19%
1945

Veterans

Ray Dandridge

1987

Veterans

Judy Johnson
1975
Negro Leagues
2018
BBWAA
422
410
97.16%
1983

Veterans

1976

Veterans

1978

BBWAA

379
301
79.42%
2004
BBWAA
506
431
85.18%
1983

BBWAA

374
344
91.98%
2012
Veterans
1995

BBWAA

460
444
96.52%
1948
BBWAA
121
93
76.86%
2013
Veterans
Jud Wilson
2006
Negro Leagues
Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%

Hall of Fame Third Basemen

Hall of Fame Shortstops

Shortstops in the Hall of Fame | Stats For HOF Shortstops

Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%
1984
BBWAA
403
341
84.62%
1964
BBWAA
201
189
94.03%
1971
Veterans
1977
BBWAA
383
321
83.81%
1970
BBWAA
300
232
77.33%
1956
BBWAA
193
152
78.76%
1998
Veterans
1982
Veterans
1945
Veterans
2012
BBWAA
573
495
86.39%
Pop Lloyd
1977
Negro Leagues
1954
BBWAA
252
209
82.94%
1984
Veterans

2007

BBWAA

545

537

98.53%

1994
Veterans
1977
Veterans
2001
BBWAA
472
433
91.74%
1946
Veterans
2018
Veterans
1985
Veterans
1936
BBWAA
226
215
95.13%
1953
Veterans
1964
Veterans

Willie Wells

1997
Veterans
1999
BBWAA
497
385
77.46%
Name
Year
Method
Ballots
Votes
%

Hall of Fame Shortstops



Did you know that you could use the charts posted above to determine who the first inductees were at each and every position?
Infielders who received the highest percentage of votes by position are: George Sisler (1B), Rod Carew (2B), George Brett (3B) & Cal Ripken, Jr. (SS).
Do you know which of these infielders were elected to the National Baseball Fall of Fame the first time they appeared on a ballot ?
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