The NY/SF Giants
San Francisco Giants Wall of Fame was created in 2008.
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.
The New York/San Francisco Giants franchise.
All members of the baseball Hall of Fame had some relationship with baseball either as a player, executive or baseball writer.
The New York/San Francisco Giants.
No. The Baseball Hall of Fame members are elected by a committee established by the Baseball Writers Association of America and the office of the Commissioner of Baseball.
11 players that spent time with the San Francisco Giants are in the Hall of Fame: Steve Carlton Gary Carter Orlando Cepeda Rich Gossage Juan Marichal Willie Mays Willie McCovey Joe Morgan Gaylord Perry Duke Snider Warren Spahn 42 players that played for the franchise while they were in New York, and before they moved to San Francisco, are in the Hall of Fame.
Orlando Cepeda was a first baseman who played primarily for the Giants and Cardinals who was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999.
No San Francisco Giants player has ever worn No. 11 because it was used by Hall of Fame pitcher Carl Hubbell of the New York Giants from 1933 to 1943. The number was retired in 1944, making him the first National League player to be so honored.
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello are the two members that "are" in the Hall of Fame. Actually, Abbott and Costello are not in the Hall of Fame, but the gold recording of "Who's on First" is.
Snider, a longtime nemesis of the New York/San Francisco Giants during his years with the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers (1947 to 1962), finished his Hall of Fame career with the Giants in 1964. He also played for the New York Mets during the 1963 season.
Mays' likeness wears a cap with the "SF" insignia of the San Francisco Giants. Mays played in San Francisco from 1958 to 1972.
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 278 members in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and 91 members in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. Click on the 'Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame' link below to see the members and click on the 'Women's Basketball Hall of Fame' to see those members.
Mel Ott is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. He played for the New York Giants.
The Baseball Hall of Fame has inducted 66 representatives of the New York/San Francisco Giants (55 players and 11 managers) into Cooperstown, more than any other team in the history of baseball. The Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers are second with 45 players, 9 managers, and the Yankees are third with 41 players, 11 managers.