They are: Dick Allen, Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Tony Oliva, Al Oliver, Vada Pinson, Ron Santo, Luis Tiant, Joe Torre, and Maury Wills.
Officially, Hodges and Torre are supposed to be considered as players only, not managers. That doesn't mean the voters won't take into consideration Torre and Hodges managing. The arcane rules are here.
Earlier 10 candidates whose careers started before 1943 were also chosen: Bill Dahlen, Wes Ferrell, Joe Gordon, Sherry Magee, Carl Mays, Allie Reynolds, Vern Stephens, Mickey Vernon, Bucky Walters and Deacon White.
To be inducted, a candidate needs to receive 75% of the vote of the Veterans Committee, which consists of 12 people. In other words, nine votes. The Veterans Committee consists of Bobby Doerr, Ralph Kiner, Phil Niekro, Robin Roberts, Duke Snider, Don Sutton, Dick Williams, Furman Bisher, Roland Hemond, Steve Hirdt, Bill Madden, and Claire Smith.