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
HITS
HR
RBI
RUNS
SB

.305

.377

.555

3,771

755

2,297

2,174

240

.317

.362

.475

3,000

240

1,305

1,416

83

.309

.362

.452

2,961

97

1,525

1,391

366

.321

.386

.474

2,299

128

1,065

1,295

328

.313

.389

.445

1,752

48

756

948

330

.338

.388

.359

3,141

135

1,138

1,383

319

.342

.410

.520

2,660

183

1,539

1,291

113

.281

.368

.387

2,466

75

817

1,429

375

.262

.358

.490

2,584

563

1,551

1,702

228

.297

.379

.480

3,007

399

1,583

1,622

137

.341

.388

.415

2,932

33

810

1,719

495

.308

.368

.438

1,758

69

950

1,357

368

.320

.379

.543

2,076

300

1,201

1,168

79

.292

.364

.376

1,494

44

666

1,069

468

.304

.414

.533

2,876

511

1,860

1,859

89

.322

.374

.427

2,987

34

1,078

1,514

351

.294

.392

.537

2,943

586

1,812

1,829

204

.342

.474

.690

2,873

714

2,213

2,174

123

.300

.382

.453

2,383

169

1,304

1,247

71

.331

.384

.505

1,947

127

1,299

1,256

229

.333

.404

.473

3,152

113

1,309

1,627

104

.283

.355

.475

3,110

465

1,833

1,669

223

.322

.399

.441

1,491

42

592

812

153

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

Stats for Hall of Fame Right Fielders



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