Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame inductees

Posted: July 09, 2012


Richie Ashburn - Hall of Fame Phillies OF

Steve Carlton - Hall of Fame Phillies pitcher

Robin Roberts - Hall of Fame Phillies pitcher

Connie Mack - Philadelphia Athletics Owner/Manager

Jimmie Foxx - Hall of Fame Philadelphia Athletics first baseman

Mike Schmidt - Hall of Fame Phillies third baseman

Tom Gola - La Salle, Philadelphia Warriors Hall of Famer

Billy Cunningham - 76ers Hall of Famer, coach

Wilt Chamberlain - NBA Hall of Fame center

Julius Erving - Hall of Fame 76ers guard/forward

Paul Arizin - NBA Hall of Fame guard for Philadelphia Warriors

Chuck Bednarik - Legendary Penn, Eagles linebacker

Bert Bell - Eagles co-founder, NFL commissioner

Steve Van Buren - Hall of Fame Eagles running back

Bernie Parent - Hall of Fame Flyers goalie

Bobby Clarke - Hall of Fame Flyers center

Bill Tilden - Legendary tennis champion

Joe Frazier - Olympic gold-medalist boxer, undisputed heavyweight champion

John B. Kelly, Sr. - 3-time Olympic gold-medalist rower

Harry Kalas - Longtime voice of the Phillies

Sonny Hill - Broadcaster, Philadelphia 76ers official, founder of summer youth league


Lefty Grove - Hall of Fame Philadelphia Athletics pitcher

Grover Cleveland Alexander - Hall of Fame Phillies pitcher

1954 La Salle Explorers - NCAA Men's Basketball Champions

Eddie Gottleib - Philadelphia Warriors coach and owner

Cathy Rush - NCAA champion Immaculata College women's basketball coach

Guy Rodgers - Temple, Philadelphia Warriors point guard

Charles Barkley - Hall of Fame 76ers forward

John Chaney - Longtime Temple basketball coach

Tommy McDonald - Hall of Fame Eagles wide receiver

Pete Pihos - Hall of Fame Eagles end

Carl Lewis - 9-time Olympic gold-medalist in track and field

James "Jumbo" Elliott - Legendary Villanova track coach

Robert Jay Sigel - Golfing great

Vic Seixas - U.S. Open, Wimbledon champ

Joe Verdeur - Olympic gold-medalist swimmer

Bill Campbell - Legendary broadcaster

Harvey Pollack - Stat-Man Extraordinaire

Bob Levy - Philadelphia Sports Congress chairman

Ed Snider - Flyers owner, Sports/Entertainment Industry Leader


Reggie Jackson - Major League Baseball Hall of Famer

Del Ennis - All-Star Phillies outfielder

Al Simmons - Philadelphia Athletics Hall of Fame outfielder

Roy Campanella - Brooklyn Dodgers great

Joe Fulks - Hall of Fame forward for Philadelphia Warriors

Hal Greer - 76ers Hall of Famer

Dr. Jack Ramsay - Longtime basketball coach, broadcaster

Herb Adderley - Hall of Fame defensive back

1960 Philadelphia Eagles - NFL champions

Don Bragg - Olympic pole vault champion

Helen Sigel Wilson - Golfing great

Anne Townsend - Field hockey great

William Joseph Mosconi - Legendary billiards champion

Ray Didinger - Former Philadelphia Daily News sports writer, broadcaster

Gene Hart - Longtime voice of the Flyers

Bill Ellerbee - High school basketball coach, teacher, mentor

The Palestra - Legendary basketball venue


Mickey Cochrane - Philadelphia Athletics Hall of Fame catcher

1980 Philadelphia Phillies - World Series Champions

Chuck Klein - Hall of Fame Phillies outfielder

Earl Monroe - New York Knicks point guard

Harry Litwack - Temple University basketball coach

Theresa Grentz - Women's basketball player, coach

Reggie White - Hall of Fame Eagles defensive end

Earl "Greasy" Neale - Legendary Eagles coach

Frank "Bucko" Kilroy - Legendary Temple, Eagles lineman

Bill Barber - Flyers Hall of Famer

Walter Bahr - Legendary soccer player, coach

Beth Anders - Field hockey great

Jack Whitaker - Legendary broadcaster

Bill Lyon - Philadelphia Inquirer Sportswriter, Author


Mickey Vernon - 7-time Major League Baseball All-Star

Ed Delahanty - Phillies Hall-of-Famer

1929 Philadelphia Athletics - World Series Champions

Lionel Simmons - La Salle basketball great

Herb Magee - Legendary Philadelphia University basketball coach

Maurice Cheeks - 76ers point guard

Al Wistert - Eagles offensive tackle

Harold Carmichael - Eagles wide receiver

Fred Shero - Stanley Cup-winning Flyers coach

Leroy Burrell - Track and Field

Dorothy Porter - Golfing great

Tommy Loughran - Boxing great

Stan Hochman - Philadelphia Daily News sports writer


Tommy Lasorda - Hall of Fame manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers

Julius "Judy" Johnson - Great Negro Leagues third baseman

Eddie Collins - Philadelphia Athletics 2nd baseman

Larry Bowa - Longtime Phillies shortstop

Neil Johnston - Philadelphia Warriors center

Emlen Tunnell - Hall of Fame defensive back

Pete Retzlaff - Eagles receiver, general manager

John Cappelletti - Heisman Trophy winner

1974-75 Philadelphia Flyers - Stanley Cup champions

Dr. Charles Jenkins - Villanova track coach, 2-time Olympic gold medalist

Mel Sheppard - 4-time Olympic gold-medalist runner

Betty Shellenberger - Legendary field hockey player

Joey Giardello - Middleweight boxing champ

Merrill Reese - Philadelphia Eagles broadcaster

Bill Conlin - Philadelphia Daily News sports writer


Bobby Shantz - Philadelphia Athletics pitcher

Tug McGraw - All-Star Phillies reliever

Dick Allen - All-Star Phillies infielder

Bobby Jones - 76ers great

Marianne Stanley - Women's basketball coach

Jim Phelan - Legendary basketball coach

Tom Brookshier - Pro Bowl Eagles defensive back

Leroy Kelly - Cleveland Browns running back

Mike Quick - Eagles wide receiver

Ron Hextall - Flyer goaltending great

Hobey Baker - Princeton hockey great

William Hyndman III - Champion amateur golfer

Elizabeth Becker - Olympic diving champion

"Jersey" Joe Walcott - World heavyweight boxing champion

Phil Jasner - Philadelphia Daily News sportswriter

Lighthouse Boys Soccer Club - Legendary youth soccer club


Joe McCarthy - Hall of Fame Major League Baseball manager

Jimmy Dykes - Philadelphia A's player and manager

Curt Simmons - Phillies All-Star pitcher

Biz Mackey - Hall of Fame Negro League Catcher

Speedy Morris - Legendary basketball coach

Moses Malone - 76ers Hall of Famer

Dawn Staley - Women's basketball player and coach

Wilbert Montgomery - Pro Bowl Eagles running back

Bill Bergey- Pro Bowl Eagles linebacker

Mark Howe - Flyers Hall of Fame defenseman

Ted Meredith - Gold-medal winning track star

Ora Washington - Legendary tennis and basketball star

Al Meltzer - Longtime sportscaster

Ed & Steve Sabol - NFL Films

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