Rule 5, and list of Board of Directors

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Board of Directors, Baseball Hall of Fame

As of 9/12/10
  • Bud Selig (1976)
  • Bob Du Puy
  • Jerry Reinsdorf
  • Jane Forbes Clark

  • Joe Morgan
  • Kevin Moore
  • Paul Beeston
  • Bill DeWitt, Jr.
  • William Gladstone
  • David Glass (2000)
  • Leland MacPhail (1974)
  • Brooks Robinson
  • Frank Robinson
  • Phil Niekro
  • Harvey Schiller
  • Tom Seaver (1995)
  • Edward Stack

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