Baseball Hall of Fame Manager Vote Totals

This is a comprehensive list of managers who have made it into the National Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown for their achievements while managing a team and the votes they received on the election ballot.

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Hall of Fame Manager Vote Totals

Committee Abreviations
CC=Centennial, OC=Old Timers, VC=Veterans

Manager Name
Year(s)
Votes
Induction
n/a

n/a

1983 by VC
n/a

n/a

2000 by VC
1948

1

1994 by VC
1949

1

1952

1

1956

1

1958

28

1960

10

1962

1

1964

15

n/a

n/a

1996 by VC
1938

1

1975 by VC
1939

1

1948

3

1949

11

1950

4

1951

9

1952

12

1953

21

1958

45

1960

31

1937

5

1964 by VC
1938

48

1939

97

1942

11

1945

33

1946

106

1948

4

1950

2

n/a

n/a

1998 by VC
1949

1

1977 by VC
1952

2

1953

2

1956

1

1958

34

1960

26

1962

11

1964

57

1966

109

1967

114

1936

1

1937 by CC

Joe McCarthy

1939

3

1957 by VC
1947

2

1951

1

1953

1

1954

2

1936

4

1937 by CC
1937

35

1945

2

1962 by VC
1950

1

1951

8

1936

6

1945 by OC
1937

5

1938

17

1939

46

1942

89

1945

81

Frank Selee

n/a

n/a

1999 by VC
1938

2

1966 by VC
1939

6

1945

2

1948

1

1949

3

1950

3

1951

8

1952

27

1953

61

Earl Weaver

n/a

n/a

1996 by VC
Manager Name
Year(s)
Votes
Induction

Hall of Fame Manager Vote Totals



No manager has ever been elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the BBWAA because they are only responsible for the induction of players.

Did you know that the managers are the third smallest group represented at Cooperstown? Do you know which two groups have less members?

There are no career stat links available for Joe McCarthy, Frank Selee or Earl Weaver because none of those managers ever played a single game in the Major Leagues — yet all three of them became Hall of Fame managers!

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