Bob Feller

Induction Year: 1976 Sport: Baseball

Elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 1962. Considered one of the greatest righthanded pitchers of all time. Joined Cleveland Indians in 1936 at age 17 and struck out 17 batters in one game that season. In 1938 he set a major league record with 18 strikeouts ini a game. Went on to break virtually every modern strikeout mark, pitching three no-hitters and 12 one-hitters while winning 266 games.  (Deceased)