Which Yankee team had the most future Hall of Famers?

The 1928 New York Yankees had seven future Hall of Famers on it — including their manager — more than any other team. The team went on to win the World Series by beating the Brooklyn Dodgers in five games. The seven future Hall of Famers playing for that team were (with years of induction):

Miller Huggins manager (1964)
Lou Gehrig 1b (1939)
Tony Lazzeri 2b (1991)
Babe Ruth of (1936)
Earle Combs of (1970)
Bill Dickey c (1954)
Waite Hoyt sp (1969)
Herb Pennock sp (1948)

The general manager for the team, Ed Barrow, was also elected to the Hall of Fame, in 1953.