Every Major League Baseball franchise has its legends — the best to play the game. Some of those legends end up in the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Others still are waiting for the call to Cooperstown.
Today, the Hall of Fame has 329 elected members, including 232 former major league players, 30 executives, 35 Negro Leaguers, 22 managers and 10 umpires.
In 2001, the Hall of Fame began to designate a "primary team" for inductees who played on multiple teams. In most cases, a player is enshrined with the cap of their choice, or desired "primary team," but sometimes, the Hall goes against a player’s wishes and decides where the player "made his most indelible mark" on the game.
As a result, some players have a different "primary team" than the cap they are wearing on their Hall of Fame plaque. And some players have no logo on their plaque at all.
Here are the Hall of Famers for every Major League Baseball franchise, based on the team they represent on their plaque in Cooperstown.
Note: A player/manager, manager or executive are marked with an asterisk.