Who were the starters for the Gashouse Gang, and how many of them have gone on to become Hall of Famers?

The 1934 St. Louis Cardinals baseball team was nicknamed “The Gas House Gang”, a moniker which described the players’ fiery attitude toward the game and their fun-loving style of play.

The starting pitchers for the team that year were:
Dizzy Dean (30-7),
Paul Dean (19-11),
Tex Carleton (16-11),
Bill Walker (12-4),
“Wild” Bill Hallahan (8-12).

The only starting pitcher to be inducted into the Hall of Fame was Dizzy Dean (1952).