Stats for Hall of Fame Center Fielders

So why have these center fielders been placed into the National Baseball Hall of Fame? The following chart briefly illustrates the statistical accomplishments of each center 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.

"I didn't expect to make it all the way to the big leagues..." - Hall of Fame Center Fielder Edd Roush
Stats for Hall of Fame Center Fielders

BOLD Indicates Statistical Leader For HOF Centerfielders

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

.308

.397

.382

2,574

29

586

1,322

234

.318

.395

.534

2,019

238

1,164

1,224

70

.285

.361

.386

2,665

70

800

1,545

738

.366

.433

.512

4,189

117

1,937

2,246

892

.325

.397

.462

1,866

58

632

1,186

96

.279
.323
.482
2,774
438
1,591
1,373
314

.325

.398

.579

2,214

361

1,537

1,390

30

.283

.387

.490

1,515

253

969

960

47

.324

.384

.449

2,282

106

1,302

1,552

574

.344

.455

.432

2,158

40

736

1,690

912

.298

.423

.557

2,415

536

1,509

1,677

153

.302

.387

.557

3,283

660

1,903

2,062

338

.318

.363

.477

2,304

207

1.085

1,071

134

.323

.369

.446

2,376

68

981

1,099

268

.295

.381

.540

2,116

407

1,333

1,259

99

.345

.428

.500

3,514

117

1,529

1,882

432

.316

.353

.393

2,459

27

598

1,201

67

.307

.395

.545

1,461

244

1,062

884

52

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

Stats for Hall of Fame Center Fielders



Did you know that Lloyd "Little Poison" Waner had two-hundred twenty-three hits and a .355 batting average during his rookie season?

Larry Doby was the first black player in the American League. Prior to that he was a standout slugger for the Newark Eagles in the Negro Leagues.

In 1894 Hugh Duffy joined the .400 Hitters Club , but did you know that his .440 average that season was the highest ever hit by any player during a full season?

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