Hall of Fame

#1 – Al Spalding – Righty Pitcher, Inducted 1896, Philadelphia Quakers
456 Games/245 Wins/3,553.0 IP/ 2.65 ERA/1.16 WHIP
5x NLB Championships, 1x Triple Crown

#2 – Cap Anson – First Baseman, Inducted 1897, Philadelphia Quakers
1,280 Games/1,415 Hits/801 Runs/649 RBIs/.305 BA
4x NLB Championships

#3 – Fernando Pérez – First Baseman, Inducted 1903, New York City Hawks
1,809 Games/2,194 Hits/1,187 Runs/1,086 RBIs/.293 BA
1x Gold Glove, 6x NLB Championships

#4 – Dan Brouthers – First Baseman, Inducted 1905, New York City Hawks
2,009 Games/2,575 Hits/1,658 Runs/1,366 RBIs/.323 BA
6x NLB Hitter Award, 1x Gold Glove, 5x NLB Championships, 1x Triple Crown

#5 – Buck Ewing – Catcher, Inducted 1906, Philadelphia Quakers
2,244 Games/2,655 Hits/1,629 Runs/1,425 RBIs/.292 BA
1x NLB Hitter Award, 3x Gold Gloves, 5x NLB Championships

#6 – Edward Nolan – Righty Pitcher, Inducted 1906, New York Hawks
327 Games/175 Wins/2,350.0 IP/ 2.25 ERA/1.11 WHIP
3x NLB Pitcher Awards, 6x NLB Championships, 1x Triple Crown

#7 – Roger Connor – First Baseman, Inducted 1907, Lexington Pioneers
2,514 Games/2,708 Hits/1,689 Runs/1,584 RBIs/.285 BA
3x NLB Championships

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