Hall of Fame
Any and all news about the National Baseball Hall of Fame, as it pertains to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Beltré, Utley give 2024 HOF ballot a Dodgers feel
Adrián Beltré and Chase Utley are both eligible for the Hall of Fame ballot for 2024, giving two former Dodgers an excellent chance at induction to Cooperstown.
Andruw Jones, Gary Sheffield gain on HOF ballot
Scott Rolen was voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Among Dodgers on the ballot, Andruw Jones and Gary Sheffield made large gains this year.
Fred McGriff elected to Hall of Fame
Fred McGriff, who spent one of his 19 seasons with the Dodgers, was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, and will be inducted into Cooperstown in July 2023.
Every Dodger on the 2023 Hall of Fame ballot
A look at the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for 2023, and every former Dodgers player included within.
Highlights from Gil Hodges getting inducted into the Hall of Fame
Highlights from the Hall of Fame ceremony in Cooperstown on Sunday, when Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges was inducted.
Gil Hodges gets inducted into Cooperstown today
Information on the Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Sunday, during which longtime Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges will be inducted in Cooperstown.
Dodgers will retire Gil Hodges’ number 14 on June 4
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.
How the Dodgers did on the HOF ballot
Checking in on how Dodgers did on the 2022 Hall of Fame ballot. Red Sox first baseman and designated hitter David Ortiz was the lone inductee by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
Hall of Fame results coming today
How to watch the National Baseball Hall of Fame election announcement on MLB Network, including how David Ortiz finishes in his first year eligible. Seven former Dodgers are on the ballot.
The Dodgers’ Hall of Fame shutout streak
If Carl Crawford doesn’t get any Hall of Fame votes in 2022, he’ll continue a Dodgers streak dating back over a dozen years.
The ‘Boys of Summer’ Hall of Famers
Reaction to Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges getting elected to the Hall of Fame.
Gil Hodges, the unpretentious star
Dodgers star 1B will be inducted in Cooperstown on July 24.
Gil Hodges elected into Baseball Hall of Fame
After falling short multiple times, Dodgers legend Gil Hodges has finally been elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Vin Scully touts Gil Hodges for HOF
Vin Scully made the case for longtime Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman Gil Hodges to make the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Results of the Golden Days Era committee will be announced on December 5.
Willie Davis and Jim Gilliam deserve HOF consideration
Don’t forget about former Dodgers Willie Davis and Jim Gilliam when it comes to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Crawford, Rollins among ex-Dodgers on HOF ballot
Jimmy Rollins and Carl Crawford are among the former Dodgers added to the 2022 ballot for induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Gil Hodges, Maury Wills back on Hall of Fame ballot
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.
Josh Rawitch named Hall of Fame president
Former Dodgers PR executive Josh Rawitch was named president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, a position he will start in September.
How Dodgers did on the HOF ballot
A look at how former Dodgers Gary Sheffield, Jeff Kent, Manny Ramirez, Andruw Jones, Bobby Abreu, Dan Haren, and Shane Victorino did on the 2021 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot.
Hall of Fame TV info
Information on how to watch the Baseball Hall of Fame election announcement on Tuesday afternoon on MLB Network.
Dodgers on the 2021 Hall of Fame ballot
The 2021 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot features seven former Dodgers players, including pitcher Dan Haren and Shane Victorino, each in their first year on the ballot.
Jim Thome, Dodgers legend, is now a Hall of Famer
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.
Steve Garvey, Tommy John on Hall of Fame ballot
Former Dodgers Steve Garvey and Tommy John are among the 10 people on the Modern Era ballot for consideration for induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Dodgers on the 2017 Hall of Fame ballot
Casey Blake is one of 3 Dodgers newcomers on the BBWAA ballot for the Hall of Fame, plus news on youth camps at Dodger Stadium and more honors for Vin Scully.
Hershiser on 2017 Hall of Fame ballot
Former Dodgers pitcher Orel Hershiser gets a second chance at the Hall of Fame, on the ballot for consideration by the 16-member ‘Today’s Game Era’ committee.
Piazza's Hall of Fame speech
Mike Piazza delivered an emotional speech when inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, including man kind words for the Dodgers and several in the organization who helped him throughout his life and career.
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Mike Piazza inducted into Cooperstown
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.
Mike Piazza Hall of Fame plaque
Mike Piazza, welcome to immortality. #FIRSTLOOK #HOFWKND @Mets https://t.co/aW5KGrv3aU pic.twitter.com/3pnuZ4gD8K— Baseball Hall ⚾ (@baseballhall) July 24, 2016
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It's Hall of Fame day
Former Dodgers catcher Mike Piazza gets inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, along with outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. Here is how to watch the induction ceremony from Cooperstown.
Piazza discusses Dodgers with Jimmy Kimmel
Mike Piazza appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live recently to talk about the Hall of Fame and the Dodgers.
A bittersweet Hall of Fame weekend for LA
Former Dodgers catcher Mike Piazza will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, but he will wear a Mets cap on his plaque in Cooperstown, leaving Dodgers fans to lament the team trading him away in 1998.
On Piazza & Dodgers retired numbers
Mike Piazza won't go into the Hall of Fame as a Dodger, but the club should still retire his number because of significant contributions to the franchise. There is precedent for others wearing a number that was later retired.
.@kikehndez learning how to hula dance in Hawaii is everything we never knew we wanted. #JapanAllStarSeries pic.twitter.com/IRU36dwXOe— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) November 5, 2018
EXHALE. pic.twitter.com/de5G5qfUBR— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 21, 2018