Athletics Hall of Fame

2023 Inductees

Athletics Hall of Fame

In 2023, the A's will induct a new class to the Athletics Hall of Fame. Alongside a committee of front office personnel, living A's Hall of Famers and the media, you, the fan, get an opportunity to showcase your voice for who you want to see enshrined in history forever. From now until September 11, make your vote count and help us induct the final member of the 2023 class of the Athletics Hall of Fame.

2022 Inductees

Athletics Hall of Fame 2022 Inductees

Join us on Sunday, August 7, as we honor six members of the 2022 Class of the Athletics Hall of Fame. Ray Fosse, Sal Bando, Eric Chavez, Keith Lieppman, Joe Rudi and former clubhouse manager Steve Vucinich will be enshrined in franchise history forever. The class will be honored during a special pregame ceremony before the A’s take on the San Francisco Giants. The A’s annually induct a class voted on by a committee into the Athletics Hall of Fame.

"For an organization with as rich a history as the Oakland A's, it's so important to honor the franchise legends who make the Club what it is," said A's Manager Mark Kotsay. "I love that we get to celebrate amazing players like Ray, Sal, Joe, and Chavy, as well as Liepp and Vuc, two guys who dedicated their lives to this team."

2021 Inductees

Athletics Hall of Fame 2021 Inductees

On Sunday, August 22, ten members of the Philadelphia A's, including former owner/manager Connie Mack, Baseball Hall of Famers Eddie Collins and Eddie Plank, Frank "Home Run" Baker, Charles "Chief" Bender, Gordon "Mickey" Cochrane, Jimmie Foxx, Robert "Lefty" Grove, Al Simmons, and George "Rube" Waddell, will be enshrined in franchise history forever as members of the 2021 class of the Athletics Hall of Fame. The class will be honored during a pregame video tribute when the team hosts the San Francisco Giants. The A’s annually induct a class voted on by a committee into the Athletics Hall of Fame.

2019 Inductees

Baseball Hall of Famer Tony La Russa; Cy Young and MVP award winner Vida Blue; six-time All-Star Bert “Campy” Campaneris; Athletics all-time home run leader Mark McGwire; and former A’s owner Walter A. Haas, Jr. are enshrined in franchise history forever as members of the 2019 class of the Athletics Hall of Fame. The class was honored during a pregame ceremony on Saturday, September 21 when the A's host the Texas Rangers. Read More >

2018 Inductees: Inaugural Class

Baseball Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley, Rollie Fingers, Rickey Henderson, Catfish Hunter, and Reggie Jackson; 1989 World Series MVP Dave Stewart; and former A's owner Charlie Finley are enshrined in team history forever as members of the inaugural class of the Athletics Hall of Fame. The class was honored during a pregame ceremony on Wednesday, September 5, 2018 when the team hosted the New York Yankees.

"Our franchise is built on the history of legends. The Athletics Hall of Fame allows us to recognize the individuals who have shaped our identity and brought us success," said A's President Dave Kaval, "We are honored to celebrate Eck, Rollie, Rickey, Catfish, Reggie, Stew and Finley as our inaugural class."

There were no 2020 inductees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.