Hall of Fame
Any and all news about the National Baseball Hall of Fame, as it pertains to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Highlights from the Hall of Fame ceremony in Cooperstown on Sunday, when Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges was inducted.
New Hall of Famer Gil Hodges will have his number 14 retired at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, June 4 before a game against the Mets.
Don’t forget about former Dodgers Willie Davis and Jim Gilliam when it comes to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Gil Hodges and Maury Wills are two Dodgers greats with at least a shot of reaching the Hall of Fame. Both are on the Golden Days Era ballot, with their Cooperstown fate decided by a 16-member committee on December 5, 2021.
Feared slugger Jim Thome, whose 612 home runs rank eighth all-time, was voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday. He briefly played for the Dodgers in 2009, with 22 pinch-hit appearances down the stretch and in the playoffs in 2009.
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Former Dodgers catcher Mike Piazza was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association with the class of 2016, receiving 83 percent of the vote. Piazza was inducted along with Ken Griffey Jr. into Cooperstown.