The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a set of experiences historical center and corridor of acclaim in Cooperstown, New York, worked by private interests. It was set up in 1939 by Stephen Carlton Clark, a main successor to the Singer Sewing Machine fortune.



It fills in as the main issue of the historical backdrop of baseball in the United States and shows baseball-related relics and displays, respecting the individuals who have dominated in playing, making due, and serving the game. Hall’s adage is “Saving History, Honoring Excellence, Connecting Generations”.

Cooperstown is frequently utilized as shorthand (or a metonym) for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, like “Canton” for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.



How many Hall of Famers do the Oakland Athletics have?

The Oakland Athletics team has 39 players inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, as of this writing in the year 2022.

Oakland Athletics Hall of Fame Register (Players

Name Year of Induction
Harold Baines 2019
Frank Baker 1995
Chief Bender 1953
Orlando Cepeda 1999
Ty Cobb 1936
Mickey Cochrane 1947
Eddie Collins 1939
Jimmy Collins 1945
Stan Coveleski 1969
Dennis Eckersley 2004
Rollie Fingers 1992
Elmer Flick 1963
Nellie Fox 1997
Jimmie Foxx 1951
Rich Gossage 2008
Lefty Grove 1947
Rickey Henderson 2009
Whitey Herzog 2010
Waite Hoyt 1969
Catfish Hunter 1987
Reggie Jackson 1993
George Kell 1983
Nap Lajoie 1937
Tommy Lasorda 1997
Willie McCovey 1986
Joe Morgan 1990
Satchel Paige 1971
Herb Pennock 1948
Mike Piazza 2016
Eddie Plank 1946
Tim Raines 2017
Al Simmons 1953
Enos Slaughter 1985
Tris Speaker 1937
Don Sutton 1998
Frank Thomas 2014
Rube Waddell 1946
Zack Wheat 1959
Billy Williams 1987Managers
Name Year of Induction
Luke Appling 1964
Lou Boudreau 1970
Joe Gordon 2009
Tony La Russa 2014
Connie Mack 1937
Dick Williams 2008
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