Two-of-a-Kind Hall of Famers (MLB)

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Played in Negro Leagues and MLB but inducted with Negro League teamPlayed for Giants but inducted as Newark Eagle
Played in Negro Leagues and MLB but inducted with Negro League teamPlayed for Indians but inducted as KC Monarch
Inducted immediately after retirementTragic illness prompted early induction
Inducted immediately after retirementTragic death prompted early induction
Received 98.8% of ballot votesAngels/Astros picher
Received 98.8% of ballot votesMets pitcher
Died before 31st birthdayYoungest HoFer to die
Died before 31st birthdayDid not reach ten MLB seasons
Born outside of North and South AmericaBorn in Zeist, Holland
Born outside of North and South AmericaBorn in Sheffield, U.K. (inducted as manager)
Won and lost thirty games in the same season32-31 for the Giants
Won and lost thirty games in the same season34-30 for the Trojans
Won MVP Award as a reliever1981 MVP
Won MVP Award as a reliever1992 MVP
Born before 1851Inducted 26 years after death
Born before 1851Inducted 74 years after death
Pitcher inducted without a teamPitched for Athletics and Yankees
Pitcher inducted without a teamPitched for Monarchs and Stars (Negro Leagues)
Played for the Federal League's Chicago clubMember of Chicago Whales 1914-1915
Played for the Federal League's Chicago clubMember of Chicago Whales 1915
First first-ballot inducteeOne of two inducted in 1962; pitcher
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First first-ballot inducteeOne of two inducted in 1962; infielder
Won two Batting Triple CrownsBoth occurred in the National League
Won two Batting Triple CrownsBoth occurred in the American League
Born in ConnecticutBorn 9-1-1850 in Bridgeport, CT
Born in ConnecticutBorn 7-1-1857 in Waterbury, CT
Known as 'Hammerin' Hank'1954-1976 Braves
Known as 'Hammerin' Hank'1930-1947 Tigers
First MVP Award recipient (BBWAA)Won with the Philadelphia Athletics
First MVP Award recipient (BBWAA)Won with the St. Louis Cardinals
More than three no-hitters for one leagueSix American League no-hitters
More than three no-hitters for one leagueFour National League no-hitters
Forty-game winner (post-1900)Spitballing Chicago hurler
Forty-game winner (post-1900)Spitballing New York hurler
Won two MVP Awards as a pitcherWon in 1933 and 1936
Won two MVP Awards as a pitcherWon consecutively 1944-1945
2,500 games without a World Series appearance2,528 games for the notorious Series drought team
2,500 games without a World Series appearance2,627 games, mostly for the former Canadian team
Hall of Fame sibling pairBig and Little Poison
Hall of Fame sibling pairMembers of first pro baseball club (1869)
Wore #42 for ten seasonsWorn as pitcher spanning 1976-1988
Wore #42 for ten seasonsRetired league-wide in honor of him

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