there are ...
And that's only a few...
All members of the baseball Hall of Fame had some relationship with baseball either as a player, executive or baseball writer.
Dizzy Dean and Joe DiMaggio are members of the baseball hall of fame. Tony Dorsett and Mike Ditka are members of the football hall of fame.
There are 306 people currently in the Hall of Fame...let's have some fun with this...how about Ty Cobb and Catfish Hunter?
In 1996 no one was inducted in the baseball hall of fame ...
The answer is fourteen (14) former players that played for the Eagles at some point in their career are in the NFL Hall of fame, along with one (1) Eagles owner, and one (1) Eagles coach, for a total of sixteen (16) former members of the Eagles franchise in the NFL Hall of Fame. Of the 14 players, 7 were inducted into the Hall of Fame as Eagles. Of the 16 members, 9 were inducted into the Hall of Fame as Eagles. The answer is zero (0) for current Philadelphia Eagles players that are in the Hall of Fame. None of those have become eligible yet. Hopefully one of these is the answer to this deceptively simple looking question. These players and members can be found listed on the NFL Hall of Fame website at www.profootballhof.com/hof. The players and members listed in bold are the ones inducted as Eagles. More information is available on the 14 players on the Eagles website at www.philadelphiaeagles.com.
As of 2011, four players are in the Hall of Fame wearing a Twins cap: Rod Carew, Harmon Killibrew, and Kirby Puckett. Incredibly, (to me at least, and to many others) Tony Oliva is not there. Three players in the Hall of Fame played for the Twins at some point in their career. Several members played for the franchise (the original Washington Senators) that became the Minnesota Twins.
As of now, 19 players, 10 pitchers and one manager (John McGraw) are in the Hall of Fame as Giants, both in New York and San Francisco. In addition another 23 players are in the H of F that spent some of their playing careers with the Giants. Go to the Giants web-site for a complete listing.
On January 12th, Steve Carlton was elected to Baseball Hall of Fame. On September 30th, the NHL went on strike.
He has thought about it but some are saying that he will wait till he is in the hall of fame
he gambled on every reds game while manager. It's really not known whether Rose gambled on EVERY Reds' game, but he did gamble on some Reds game. Due to this, Rose was banned from Major League baseball and is not eligible for election to the Hall of Fame.
Sandy Koufax and Hank Greenberg are/were both Jewish and in the Hall of Fame. Rod Carew married a Jew and raised his children in that faith, but never converted. Lou Boudreau had a Jewish mother, but he was raised a Roman Catholic by his adopted parents, and never once mentioned his Jewish heritage, even in his autobiography. Marvin Miller was Jewish, and will almost certainly be in the Hall of Fame some century.
Michael Phelps is not in the Olympic hall of fame yet, i think it takes years to be entered because some people who were entered this year competed in the 1980s and 1990s
George Kell is a major league baseball player who played in the American League. He is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was born in Swifton, Arkansas.
Rookie of the Year and the MVP of the yearm he also got inducted into the baseball Hall Of Fame. Those are three of the most highest awards in baseball history some say.
No they're not. Billie Joe Armstrong inducted The Stooges into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but Green Day isn't in it. I hope some day they willl though.
No. But some think he should, so maybe he will.
A hall of fame hockey player, some say the greatest player ever in the NHL.
grey hound hall of fame is a famous land mark
macho man, ultmate warrior,undertaker
The coach hall of fame is for the coaches that have coached for awhile and they have came home with many championships and wins. Its not for every coach, because some coaches have been their for awhile and they are not that good. Its only for the ones who deserve.
You're probably thinking of Roberto Clemente, who was definitely the first foreign-born Hispanic elected, but some earlier Hall-of-Famers may have also been Hispanic, but kept it a secret.
Some ball players wait years before induction into the hall of fame.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony
There are 238 people in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Some of the most recent ones are: Mats Sundin, Joe Sakic, Adam Oates, Pavel bure, Joe Nieuwendyk, Mark Howe and more.
the beatles are a big one. but go to the rock and roll hall of fame website and look at all of the rock and rollers. anyone admitted into the hall of fame was a huge influence on rock and roll and music in general.