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Inductees by position
First Base 21
Second Base 21
Shortstop 24
Third Base 16
Left Field 21
Center Field 23
Right Field 24
Catcher 16
Designated Hitter 1
Pitcher 77
Pioneers/Executives 33
Managers 20
Umpires 10
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Inductees by position
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This Day in Baseball History:
March 7, 1902 > Hall of Fame pitcher James "Pud" Galvin dies at the age of 45. The winner of 365 career games, Galvin's fastball allowed him to become one of the premier pitchers of the 19th century. He won over 40 games twice, and struck out a whopping 369 batters in 1884.