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Inductees by position
 Position
Number
First Base 21
Second Base 20
Shortstop 24
Third Base 16
Left Field 21
Center Field 23
Right Field 24
Catcher 16
Designated Hitter 1
Pitcher 74
Pioneers/Executives 33
Managers 20
Umpires 10
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First-year electees
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Eligibility & committee members

This Day in Baseball History:
November 23, 1962 > Maury Wills is voted the National League's Most Valuable Player. The Los Angeles shortstop batted .299 and scored 130 runs, but also set a single-season record with 104 steals. Wills narrowly edges Willie Mays, who led the league with 49 home runs, by a final tally of 209 points to 202.