There are a total of 26 players in the Hall Of Fame that played for the Packers.
215 former major league players are available in the baseball hall of fame.
With the selection of pitcher Randy Johnson to the Baseball Hall of Fame on January 6, 2015, 55 representatives of the Giants (players and managers) have made their way to Cooperstown. The Giants have had more representatives in the Hall of Fame than any other baseball team. Johnson finished his career with San Francisco in 2009.
No one from the team has made it to the hall of fame.
Sixty-six representatives of the Giants (55 players and 11 managers) have been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, more than any other team in the history of baseball. The Dodgers franchise is second (45 players, 9 managers) and the New York Yankees are third (41 players, 11 managers).
2 Puerto Rican players are in the hall of fame...Orlando Cepeda and of course the GREAT Roberto Clemente.
There are 231 players, 8 umpires, 19 managers, and 31 pioneers and executives that have been elected to the Hall of Fame
4 position players
They have 44