You can't go from player to manager on career mode. The only way you can be manager is by playing on manager mode.
Whitey Herzog is famous for being an American baseball player and most notably as a baseball manager. He started his baseball career in 1956 with the Washington Senators.
Connie Mack had the most wins in baseball history. He was a manager that coached for 50 years. He finished with 3,731 career wins.
You can't really be inducted twice as a player. To answer the spirit of your question though - would a player, say, Ted Williams, be inducted twice is he followed his Hall-of-Fame worthy career by an equally Hallworthy career as a manager? The answer is, no.
It all depends on how the manager and past stats favor certain players. say a player in the past has done great against the dodgers but awful against the reds the manager will most likely start him against the dodgers and might find a replacement against the reds if there is a player the statistically does better against the reds
Who was the last player to score 5 touchdowns (in a career) against FSU by himself
That would be former manager Casey Stengel who managed the New York Yankees and New York Mets during his career.
Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds was the last player-manager in baseball.
Yogi Berra is a former major league baseball player and manager. He played for the New York Yankees and managed the Yankees after his playing career ended.
Casey Stengel as a manager.
He was a major league baseball player.
He was a Major League Baseball player.