HOF Inductees - The Baseball Archive baseball Hall of Fame inductees through 1999. VC C Berra, Yogi Yankees 1946196572 1B Bottomley, Jim Cardinals 1922-1937 74 - VC SS boudreau, lou Indians 1938 http://www.baseball1.com/bb-data/bbd-hof.html
Extractions: inductees through 1999 Notes: 1) Player's team and position are where they played for the majority of their career 2) Players not elected by the normal ballot are so indicated after year of election - VC=Veteran's committee, OT=Old Timers committee, NL=Negro Leagues committee 3) Non-playing inductees are listed separately at the end. Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Pos Player Name Main Team Played Elected 1st Ballot Managers: Walter Alston, Leo Durocher, Rube Foster, Ned Hanlon, Bucky Harris, Miller Huggins, Tommy Lasorda, Al Lopez, Connie Mack, Joe McCarthy, Bill McKechnie, Wilbert Robinson, Casey Stengel, Earl Weaver Ed Barrow, Morgan Bulkeley, Alexander Cartwright, Harry Chadwick, Happy Chandler, Charles Commiskey, Candy Cummings, Ford Frick, Warren Giles, Clark Griffith, Will Harridge, William Hulbert, Ban Johnson, Kenesaw Mountain Landis, Larry MacPhail, Lee MacPhail, Branch Rickey, Albert Spalding, Bill Veeck, George Weiss, Harry Wright, George Wright, Tom Yawkey
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Extractions: It was one of several defining moments in the career of Hall of Famer Louis Boudreau Jr., who died of cardiac arrest Friday, three weeks after having been admitted to James Olympia Fields Hospital in Frankfort, Ill., about 300 miles downstate from his birthplace in Harvey, Ill. He was being treated for a variety of problems resulting from an infection that spread to his kidneys and filled his lungs with fluids. He was 84.
Collection Of Baseball Gloves My Personal Collection of baseball Gloves. Endorser, Manufacture, Model ,Hall of Fame, Dates Played, Team. boudreau, lou, Wilson, A2091? 1970, 19381952, http://www.geocities.com/cmatlock/baseballdude/MyHTML.htm
Extractions: My Personal Collection of Baseball Gloves Endorser Manufacture Model # Hall of Fame Dates Played Team Aaron, Hank MacGregor HRK Baker, Dusty Mizuno N/A Signed Bench, Johnny Rawlings DE-1 Reds Boudreau, Lou Wilson Bowa, Larry Rawlings N/A Signed Carew, Rod MacGregor Clemente, Bob Sears Pirates Gehrig, Lou Type Gehrig Type New York Henderson, Rickey Rawlings TBA Hunter, Jim Wilson Jansen, Larry Rawlings N/A Mantle, Mickey Rawlings Yankees Mantle, Mickey Rawlings Yankees Mantle, Mickey Rawlings MMF Yankees Martin, Billy Wilson N/A Mays, Willie MacGregor McCormick, Frank Goldsmith US Army US Army N/A Musial, Stan Rawlings PMM Cardinals Palmer, Jim Spalding Orioles Ripken Jr., Cal Rawlings TBA Orioles Reiser, Pete Denkert N/A Robinson, Brooks Rawlings Orioles Robinson, Brooks Rawlings Orioles Robinson, Brooks Rawlings Orioles Robinson, Frank MacGregor Rose, Pete MacGregor N/A Seaver, Tom Spalding TSC-1 Stargell, Willie Pirates Torgeson, Earl OK Manufacturing Co. N/A Williams, Ted Sears Orioles Williams, Ted Sears Orioles Winfield, Dave Rawlings Yastrzemski, Carl Spalding Orioles Yastrzemski, Carl Spalding Orioles Yeager, Steve
Extractions: Hall of Fame induction 1970 232/300 ballots cast (77.33%) Son of a semi-pro ball player, Lou Boudreau was one of the best shortstops ever to grace a baseball diamond. Known for smart play and ability more than agility, Boudreau led AL shortstops in fielding percentage 8 times during his career, including his first full season, 1940, and also 1941-1944, 1946-1948. A seven-time All-Star (1940-1944, 1947-1948), his career fielding percentage was .973, at the time a record for major league shortstops. Aside from his excellent fielding, Boudreau was also an excellent hitter, leading the league in 1944 when he batted .327, and leading the league with 45 doubles in 1941 while also knocking 8 triples and 10 home runs. Incidentally he had also batted 46 doubles in 1940. He ranks 7th all-time in career batting average and on-base percentage for shortstops, and ranks 8th in slugging percentage. Boudreaus' first major league appearance came in 1938 when he appeared once as a pinch-hitter, and he was called-up permanently in 1939. During his third full season, at age 24, Boudreau was named player-manager of the Cleveland Indians which made him the youngest start-of-season manager in baseball history. It was Boudreau who later oversaw Bob Lemons' transition from an outfielder to a pitcher.
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Extractions: Hall of Famers Listed Alphabetically Name Year Elected by # of Ballots Total Votes % of Ballots Position Aaron, Hank BBWAA RF Alexander, Pete BBWAA P Alston, Walter Veterans M Anderson, Sparky Veterans M Anson, Cap Veterans Aparicio, Luis BBWAA SS Appling, Luke BBWAA SS Ashburn, Richie Veterans CF Averill, Earl Veterans CF Baker, Home Run Veterans Bancroft, Dave Veterans SS Banks, Ernie BBWAA SS Barlick, Al Veterans U Barrow, Ed Veterans Exec. Beckley, Jake Veterans Bell, Cool Papa Negro Leagues CF Bench, Johnny BBWAA C Bender, Chief Veterans P Berra, Yogi BBWAA C Bottomley, Jim Veterans Boudreau, Lou BBWAA SS Bresnahan, Roger Veterans C Brett, George BBWAA Brock, Lou BBWAA LF Brouthers, Dan Veterans Brown, Mordecai Veterans P Bulkeley, Morgan Veterans Exec. Bunning, Jim Veterans P Burkett, Jesse Veterans LF Campanella, Roy BBWAA C Carew, Rod BBWAA Carey, Max Veterans CF Carlton, Steve BBWAA P Carter, Gary BBWAA C Cartwright, Alexander Veterans Exec.
Lou Boudreau lou boudreau Age 84. replaced Cubs skipper Charlie Grimm in May 1960; returned tobroadcasting permanently in 1961; twosport star (baseball, basketball) at http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0884356.html
MLB, Major League Baseball Autographed Items AUTOGRAPHED baseball 8 x 10 PHOTOS. SINGLE SIGNATURE. Boone, Bob, $12.00, Mize,Johnny (D), $20.00, $20.00. boudreau, lou (D), $20.00, $20.00, Newhouser, Hal,$15.00, http://www.titletownlegends.com/baseball.html
Extractions: AUTOGRAPHED BASEBALL 8" x 10" PHOTOS SINGLE SIGNATURE Player Color Player Color Adcock, Joe - D Marichal, Juan Alomar, Jr. Sandy Marshall, Mike Appling, Luke - (D) Mathews, Eddie (D) Ashburn, Richie - (D) Maye, Lee Augustine, Jerry Mays, Willie Augusto, Juan Mazeroski, Bill Baldschun, Jack McAuliffe, Dick Bittner, Larry McDowell, Jack Bolling, Frank McLain, Denny Bonila, Bobby McMillan, Roy (D) Boone, Bob Mize, Johnny - (D) Boudreau, Lou (D) Newhouser, Hal Boyer, Clete Nokes, Matt Brabender, Gene (D) Nye, Rich Braggs, Glenn Odom, John Buckner, Bill Oliva, Tony Buhl, Bob (D) Pafko, Andy Bunning, Jim Pagliarulo, Mike Burdette, Lou Palmer, Jim Carew, Rod SOLD Perry, Gaylord Carter, Gary Pierce, Billy Cepeda, Orlando Piersall, Jimmy Cone, David Popovich, Paul Conley, Gene Powell, Boog Cooper, Cecil Raines, Tim Crandall, Del Ripken, Billy Dandridge, Ray - (D) Roberts, Robin Dark, Al Robinson, Brooks Davis, Eric Robinson, Frank Dawson, Andre Rudi, Joe DeMerit, John Rush, Bob Dials, Lou - (D) Saberhagen, Bret Dickey, Bill - (D) Sabo, Chris Dimaggio, Joe -(D) Sain, Johnny
TheDeadballEra.com :: NECROLOGY: LOU BOUDREAU lou boudreau baseball PLAYER Born 7/10/1917 Harvey, IL Died 8/10/2001 Frankfort,IL Burial Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Frankfort, IL Specific Location Not http://thedeadballera.crosswinds.net/Necrology/NecrologyBoudreauLou.html
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