Intro: As previously stated, the recent election of Robert Alomar and Bert Blyleven got me to thinking: how many Hall of Famers have had books written about them or penned their own stories. Here are the results. Again, this is not an all-inclusive list; almost all juvenile titles have been omitted.
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Ben Taylor, Inducted 2006 (Negro Leagues)
There are no titles about Taylor.
Bill Terry, 1954
There are no titles about Terry.
There are no titles about Thompson.
Joe Tinker, 1946
- Tinker, Evers, and Chance: A Triple Biography, by Bogen, 2003
- Chicago Cubs: Tinker To Evers To Chance, IL (Images of Baseball), by Ahrens, 2007
Cristóbal Torriente, 2006 (Negro Leagues)
There are no titles about Torriente.
Pie Traynor, 1948
- Pie Traynor: A Baseball Biography, by Forrest, 2010
- Dazzy Vance: A Biography of the Brooklyn Dodger Hall of Famer, by Skipper, 2007
Arky Vaughan, 1985
There are no titles about Vaughan.
Bill Veeck, 1991
- Veeck–As In Wreck: The Autobiography of Bill Veeck, by Veeck with Linn, 1962
- The Hustler’s Handbook, by Veeck with Linn, 1965
- Bill Veeck: A Baseball Legend, by Eskanazi, 1987
- Hank Aaron – Earl Averill
- Home Run Baker – Jesse Burkett
- Roy Campanella – Kiki Cuyler
- Ray Dandridge – Buck Ewing
- Red Faber – Frankie Frisch
- Pud Galvin- Tony Gwynn
- Chick Hafey – Monte Irvin
- Reggie Jackson – Bowie Kuhn
- Nap Lajoie – Ted Lyons
- Connie Mack – Stan Musial
- Hal Newhouser – Kirby Puckett
- Hoss Radbourn – Nolan Ryan
- Ryne Sandberg – Don Sutton
- Ben Taylor – Bill Veeck