Hall of Fame
The Bull League Hall of Fame is a commemorative honor awarded to select retired players who have been inducted through a vote. The former players who are admitted are generally recognized with admission to the hall for distinguishing themselves in the sport athletically.
Players are eligible for induction should they receive at least 75% of votes on a Hall of Fame ballot. A player may be entered onto the ballot after one year of retirement, and may be listed on a ballot for up to five years.
A player who does not achieve at least 5% of votes on any ballot is dropped and not considered further.
List of Inductees
Italics indicate inducted on first ballot.
† - Special inductee by Commissioner of the Bull League
- Speed Lewis was appointed directly to the Hall of Fame by the league for his lifetime outstanding career achievements
- Carl Simms was appointed directly to the Hall of Fame by the league for his lifetime outstanding career achievements
Inductions by team
The following list records the number of inductees for each induction team. Though other teams may have had Hall of Fame players play for them, the list only includes those teams where the inductee was inducted as a member of the listed team.
|5|| New York Dragons|
(New York Minutemen)
|4||Chicago Pit Bulls|
|4|| Minneapolis Ravens|
|3|| Calgary Inferno|
|2|| St. Petersburg Admirals|
(Anchorage Aces, San Diego Seagulls)
|2|| Toronto Nomads|
The Bull League Hall of Fame logo is a version of the standard league logo, with variances in color. The gold and silver evokes the honor and prestige of recognizing the league's best players.