That was Roberto Clemente of Puerto Rico who was inducted, posthumously, in 1973.
Actually, Ted Williams was the first Hispanic Baseball player inducted into the Hall of Fame, when he was elected in 1966. Williams' mother was born in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Sandy Koufax has the least for a first round inductee.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is located in Cooperstown, New York. Legend has it that the national pastime was invented and first played there in 1839.
Jackie Robinson While this answer is technically correct, the first player from the Negro Leagues to be elected the the Baseball Hall of Fame, and did not play in the Major Leagues, was Josh Gibson, who was elected, along with Buck Leonard, in 1972, by the special committee on Negro Leagues.
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Effa Manley (1897-1981), who was an owner of the Newark Eagles of the Negro Leagues, was inducted posthumously into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2006.
That would be Ted Williams in 1966. His mother was of Mexican descent.
The first hispanic baseball player elected into the Hall of Fame was Roberto Clemente in 1973.
the first hispanic voted into baseballs hall of fame was Roberto Clemente
Stone Cold Steve Austin already went into the wwe hall of fame The first inductee should be Rikishi
Reggie Jackson was the lone inductee in 1993.