Who was the first MLB player inducted into the Hall of Fame?
The first player that played at least one season with the Cowboys to be inducted into the Hall of Fame was Forrest Gregg who played with the Cowboys in the 1971 season and was inducted in 1977. The first player that played primarily with the Cowboys that made the Hall of Fame was Bob Lilly who spent his entire career with the team (1961-1974) and made the Hall of Fame in 1980.
Warren Moon ========== Warren Moon, one of only two people to be inducted into both the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Bud Grant is the other) was a rookie with the Edmonton Eskimos in 1978. In 1964, however, Tom Casey became the first black player inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.