Your newest Hall of Famers, as elected by the Veterans’ Committee.
Bobby Cox (Braves and Blue Jays)
4th in career wins (2504), 15 playoff appearances, 1 World Series, 5 NL Pennants
Tony LaRussa (White Sox, A’s Cardinals)
3rd in career wins (2728), 14 playoff appearances, 3 World Series, 6 pennants (3 AL, 3 NL)
Joe Torre (Mets, Braves, Cardinals, Yankees, Dodgers)
5th in career wins (2326), 16 playoff appearances, 4 World Series, 6 AL pennants
And the Hall of Fame has a six-month waiting period of induction for managers over the age of 65 if you thought this happened rather quickly.
Btw the top two managers in career victories are Connie Mack (A’s) with 3731 and John McGraw (Orioles and Giants) 2763.
Roy Halladay retires, signing a one day contract with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Jays - 1998-2009; Phillies - 2010-2013
203-105, .659 winning % (17th all-time, only five HOFers have higher)
2 Cy Young Awards (2003, 2010); Top 5 (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011); 8th in career Cy Young shares all-time
Led NL in WAR, 8.1, 2010; Led NL pitchers in WAR, 2010 & 2011; Led AL pitchers in WAR, 2002 & 2003; 65.6 career WAR is 41st among all MLB pitchers in history
At retirement led MLB in career complete games (67) and shutouts (20).
8 All Star games
Perfect game (May 29, 2010); Second playoff no-hitter in MLB history (October 6, 2010)
Sources: Baseball-reference.com and Wikipedia