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Hall of Famers

Hall of Famers

Members of the Hall of Fame who have played or managed in the original Southern League 1885-99 (OSL), the Southern Association 1901-61 (SA), or the modern Southern League 1964-present (SL).

Luis Aparicio -- Memphis, SA, 1955
Luke Appling -- Atlanta, SA, 1930; Mgr-Memphis, SA, 1951-53, 1959
Fred Clarke -- Montgomery, OSL, 1883-94
Kiki Cuyler -- Nashville, SA, 1923, Mgr-Chattanooga, SA, 1939-41, Mgr-Atlanta, SA, 1945-48
Bill Dickey -- Little Rock, SA, 1925-26, 1928
Rollie Fingers -- Birmingham, SL, 1967-68
Burleigh Grimes -- Chattanooga, SA, 1913-14, Birmingham, SA, 1914-16
Rogers Hornsby -- Chattanooga, SA, 1939
Waite Hoyt -- Memphis, SA, 1917, Nashville, SA, 1918
Reggie Jackson -- Birmingham, SL, 1967
Travis Jackson -- Little Rock, SA, 1921-22
Ferguson Jenkins -- Chattanooga, SL, 1964
Harmon Killebrew -- Chattanooga, SA, 1957-58
Bob Lemon -- New Orleans, SA, 1939
Al Lopez -- Atlanta, SA, 1929
Ted Lyons -- Mgr-Memphis, SA, 1955
Rube Marquard -- Birmingham, SA 1927
Eddie Mathews -- Atlanta, SA, 1950-51
Joe McGinnity -- Montgomery, OSL, 1893
Eddie Murray -- Charlotte, SL, 1976
Kid Nichols -- Memphis, OSL, 1888
Cal Ripken, Jr. -- Charlotte, SL, 1979-80
Ryne Sandberg -- Orlando, SL, 1993, Mgr-Tennessee, SL, 2009
Joe Sewell -- New Orleans, SA, 1920
Billy Southworth -- Mgr-Memphis, SA, 1936-38
Tris Speaker -- Little Rock, SA, 1908
Casey Stengel -- Montgomery, SA, 1912
Pie Traynor -- Birmingham, SA, 1921
Dazzy Vance -- Memphis, SA, 1917-18
Hoyt Wilhelm -- Coach, Nashville, SL, 1982-84