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St. Louis Hall-of-Famers

While no pennants flew over St. Louis in the early 20 th century, there were 21 future Hall-of-Famers in a St. Louis uniform between 1900 and 1925. This list does not include people like Grover Alexander, Frankie Frisch, Heinie Manush, Bill McKechnie, and Burleigh Grimes, who came just after these dates.

Jake Beckley Cardinals NL 1904 - 1907
James "Cool Papa" Bell Stars NNL* 1922 - 1925
Jim Bottomley Cardinals NL 1922 - 1925
Roger Bresnahan
     Also Manager 1909 - 1912

Cardinals

NL

1909 - 1912
Mordecai Brown
     Also Manager 1914
Cards
Terriers
NL
FL
1903
1914
Jesse Burkett Cardinals
Browns
NL
AL
1900 - 1901
1902 - 1904
Oscar Charleston Giants NNL* 1921
Chick Hafey Cardinals NL 1924 - 1925
Jesse Haines Cardinals NL 1920 - 1925
Rogers Hornsby
     Also manager 1925

Cardinals

NL

1915 - 1925
Miller Huggins
     Also Manager 1913 - 1917

Cardinals

NL

1910 - 1916
John McGraw Cardinals NL 1900
Kid Nichols
     Also Manager 1904 - 1905

Cardinals

NL

1904 - 1905
Eddie Plank Terriers
Browns
FL
AL
1915
1916 - 1917
Branch Rickey
     Also Manager
     Browns 1913 - 1915
     Cards 1919 - 1925


Browns


AL


1905 - 1906, 1914
Wilbert Robinson Cardinals NL 1900
George Sisler
     Also Manager 1924 - 1925

Browns

AL

1915 - 1922, 1924 - 1925
Rube Waddell Browns AL 1908 - 1910
Bobby Wallace
     Also Manager
     Browns 1911 - 1912

Cardinals
Browns

NL
AL

1900 - 1901, 1917 - 1918
1902 - 1916
Willie Wells Stars NNL* 1924 - 1931
Vic Willis Cardinals   1910
Cy Young Cardinals NL 1900
*NNL: Negro National League The league was formed in 1920. The St. Louis franchise was called the Giants the first two years, which was also the name of the independent black team in St. Louis during the 'teens. With new ownership in 1922, the team was renamed the Stars

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