Top Ten Best Baseball Players of All Time

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The Top Ten

1
Babe Ruth
He was a great pitcher and hitter. He changed the game and dominated like no other player. And Bonds should be number two. Who cares about steroids, almost every player does them, but that doesn't mean you are going to be great. People who think steroids are an advantage are idiots.

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Played in the dead era, hit more homeruns than entire teams in a season, he is the greatest player ever, the Great BAMBINO
It's not just about the numbers. There have been many truly great players that have put up awesome numbers in various categories. But Babe Ruth literally gave rebirth to two now-legendary franchises (Red Sox and Yankees) that are to this day, almost a century later, still among the oldest, most loved, most hated, and most fanatically followed. And in doing so, he dominated baseball for more than two decades and changed the game forever. No one has ever had the impact on any sport that Ruth had on baseball.
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2Willie Mays
While Babe Ruth was a great player, Willie Mays is the best position player ever. He could hit, catch, throw and run with the ability no other player had. As a hitter, he had to face probably the best pitchers that baseball has ever had, nevertheless, he finished his career with 660 homers playing in the extremely huge Polo Grounds first, then in Candlestick Park, where the wind blew in from left field. Two years in the army at the peak of his career surely deprived him of the sixty or so additional home runs that he needed to top Ruth. Also, he was quietly approaching Ruth's career mark in 1955, but at some point his manager, Leo Durocher, made the decision to told Mays to hit less homers and increase his singles and doubles production as Durocher thought that Mays was most helpful to the teams as a higher average hitter. That year Willie finished the season with 51 home runs.

Ruth was a great player. But he spent most of his career at Yankee Stadium, where the right field distance was less than 300 feet. It is untrue that he pitched during the dead ball era. A live ball and a strong physique allowed Mays to hit 715 home runs, but we also have to take in consideration that the Babe played in an era of few good pitchers. In fact, Lefty Grove was one of the few star pitchers he had to face continuously, since most other pitching stars, Lefty Gomez included, were Yankee pitchers. Mays, always in top form during must of his career, had to face guys such as Koufax, Drysdale, Gibson, Robin Roberts and several other stars and/or hall of fame pitchers.

Also, May was a player gifted with an inordinate intelligence, a trait that can't be measured statistically,. According to baseball writers Mays often read the signs of coaches and managers in the dugout, or outwitted the opposition defensively and offensively to the advantage of his team.

Doubtless, Ruth was a great player. However, for all the factors I briefly discussed, Willie Mays outshines all men who have played baseball.
The only player with the talent to do everything (hit for power and average, field, rocket arm, run -- both speed and smart, and all the intangibles) all at the highest level; super smart player also.

Doing that all in a time that was very hard for black players, playing for teams in ball parks that weren't hitters parks (think of what he could have done in a hitters parks -- 800 home runes easy and higher average) and he lost a couple of prime years in the military and playing a few years in the Negro league still had statistics that virtually everyone drools at.

Not to mention things like:

- Most golden gloves for an outfielder and he played in the majors 6 years BEFORE they started giving out the award

- I believe he was the first National Leaguer to join the 30-30 club, one of a few people to ever be in the 20-20-20 and 20-20-20-20 club (and I think the first person to be all of them)

- Was named Player of the Decade in the 1960's

- If I remember 1971 correctly he had something like 14-15 home runs at the All-Start break at the age of 40 (before PEDs and before athletes really took care of themselves).

- He was rarely injured in his career and played something like 3,000 games.

I think someone told me he played in the Negro League World Series when he was a kid in high school or something like that playing against experience and highly talented black men!

By far the greatest all around baseball player in the history of the game and that is what this list is all about.
To me, Mays was the best player to ever to put on a uniform. One fundamental mistake fans make is that they look solely at career stats and fail to look at context. Career stats only tell part of the story. Mays was clearly a better player than Aaron. Peers of both Aaron and Mays almost universally say that Mays was the better player. And actually Clemente was a better player than Aaron. Mays was a much better fielder and base runner than Aaron. Their hitting prowess is comparable. However, Willie had the disadvantage of 1) playing in the Polo Grounds; 2) playing at windy Candlestick Park; 3) being drafted for military service, interupting his career. If Mays had played his career in Milwaukee's County Stadium and in Atlanta and Aaron had played where Willie played most of their career hitting stats would be reversed (ie. Mays would have 755 HRs and Aaron would have 660 HRs).
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3Hank Aaron
Without a doubt hank aaron. Is one of the greatest
He held the home run title for many years untill it was broken
But he is still a monster who deserves to be embraced
Hank araon is op
Because he is quick with his speed and agility to run fast and doesn't give up.
HE WAS ONE OF THE BEST PLAYERS TO EVER LIVE... AND ONE OF THE BEST BRAVES
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4Ty Cobb
Cobb is second to no one, let alone 3rd! Cobb only batted under.300 once and that was his first season! He stole home when he was 42 years old, Aaron was great but has become overrated in hindsight. Ruth was great but began the downfall of baseball being tactical, beginning of the crowd pleaser brand of ball/instead of talented base hit & steal players. Ty Cobb was and is the greatest... PERIOD.
Why is ty cobb so low? Huh? Most people say the greatest ever are these slow home run hitters who can't field and have low avg. Ty cobb can field, check, can hit for avg., check, can field, check, and his homeruns are pretty high for his time. All in all I'm saying that he should be no.2 at least. I think he's number 1 by far but that's just me.
The only reason history does not have him at #1 is because he was easy to hate. By the stats he is #1 by far...
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5Ted Williams
Anyone who knows, Knows that Mr. "the splendid splinter" stopped his MLB career not once but twice to be a United States MARINE FIGHTER PILOT. Only to come back each time after war time duty to again suit up and become the
Greatest! There are loads and loads of ball players who wear a uniform show up and participate in baseball
Games year after year. FEW darn FEW play baseball for; " the love of the game "
Ted Williams did not become a multi- quazillionaire but he did become world famous.

As a Marine he has earned our high regard
As a baseball player he has earned his due
Lets give it to him.

In his day the players used real equipment too.
Yes, wooden bats and the like. Furthermore;
The Ted Williams I hold in such an esteemed for
Was not only an outstanding patriot, a super pilot he was a man
Who was NOT a walking pharmacy.

The mgmt
Greatest hitter all time last one to hit.400, 500 hr club best clutch hitter ever better than bonds(roids), Pujols (career is not over)hank played forever at least top 5
I'm sorry, but Albert Pujols does not belong higher on this list than Ted Williams. He hit.406! Williams could put the ball wherever he wanted, whenever he wanted. Coming from a Yankee fan, even I have to admit that Ted was the greatest ever.
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6Lou Gehrig
the most consistently great hitter in the history of the game, up until he could no longer play due to ALS. Most respectful and selfless player ever
The iron horse was unbelievable amazing a really great carrier
One of the all time greats.

Will someone please look at Gehrig's 14 FULL consecutive seasons (25-38) and compare them to the BEST 14 seasons of any player keeping in mind that these years were basically his career contributions. The production of this player is staggering!
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7Jackie Robinson
Jackie Robinson should be way ahead of Barry bonds
First baseball player to break the color barrier. Thanks Branch Ricky. Only player to have his number retired on ALL teams.
I think he should be higher up b/c bak then, who actually was brave enough to be black and in the mlb, and bsides how many other people above him in the list have stole home? let me know if fatboy ruth did lol
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8Mickey Mantle
If it were not for injuries and his self destruction who knows what the record books would hold.. More raw power than anyone from both sides of the plate.. No one was faster home to first. I really believe that if Mantle were healthy he could have hit 800 home runs.. Bonds has no place on any list..
The Mick was one of the fastest players during his time. He invented tape measure home runs by himself! He was constantly playing in pain. Everybody looked up too and respected him. If he didn't get injured he could of beat Roger Maris in the Home run race. Mickey was the silent hero of Don Larsens perfect game in 1956. He also won the triple crown in 1956. The best switch hitter there ever was. Mickey was the ultimate team player and carried the team on his back. The best thing about him is that he didn't use or need steroids to be such an amazing player. 7.
Hands down the best team player of all time as well a team mate, as far a player no one was ever better. The Mick was and all around player, hit, hit with power, outstanding fielding record, speed best ever from home to first, great base stealer 80% of time stole the base. Just in the 1963 if he had not broke is foot in Baltimore he would have easy another 30 home runs that year. All time WS records that still stand.
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9Barry Bonds
Couldn't have done it without the roids. He doesn't deserve to be on this list.
Hand eye coordination is not the issue. Every Major league player must have that to get in. When you are stronger in the late innings due to steroids you hit with power when those who don't use them are physically tired and unable to get that punch on the bat. By the way there is no way to measurement for hand eye coordination just because you say it's the best is junk science. Hand eye coordination is smoke and mirrors. He cheated should never be on any list.
Steroids doesn't teach hand eye coordination. By the way best hand eye coordination I've ever seen
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10Albert Pujols
Even Lou Gehrig did not match the consistency of performance that Albert Pujols has demonstrated over his first 10 years in MLB. Albert has not benefitted from having the level of players around him that Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig had. In his early years, Albert had Mcquire, Rollins and Edmonds. Currently he has Holliday, Ramus and Ludwick. These do not match up with the players Ruth and Gehrig had on thier teams,
He should be at least higher than Bonds... Pujols is one of the only good modern players not on roids.

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Pujols is not the only modern player to not use steroids. Why isn't Junior on this list. I'd take him over Bonds and Pujols. His glove was amazing and still the prettiest swing ever in baseball
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The Contenders

11Walter Johnson
The greatest pitcher ever, and remember pitching is 90% of the game. Don't get starstruck by the Babe's homers or Ty's hits. Johnson did more for his team than any other player. For an entire decade (1910-1919) he won 265 games, which was 34% of all the games won by the Senators. He won 417 total games as a Senator. No pitcher or ball player was more valuable to their team.

12Joe DiMaggio
14 years 11 world series 10 world championships. Had more home runs than strikeouts.
Hits hit streak record will take many years till its broken he was one of the greatest.
He set outstanding records and made pitchers sweat a lot. He Should be at the top of this list.
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13Honus Wagner
The only players who should be above Wagner are Ruth and Gehrig. For Pujols to be above him is sacrilege, this list is a joke.

WAGNER: One of the greatest hitters of all time, on of the greatest fielding SS of all time, could pitch a few quality innings if needed. A true gentleman, an extremely positive presence in the clubhouse.
Beast ball player arguably the best shortstop ever still not the best ever
Honus wagner was better than Ty Cobb and if he played in the live ball era he would've hit at least 1 out of the park per game!
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14Stan Musial
The most consistent hitter in his era is only no. 20!
Your joking, this guy is a bloody legend and should be at least no 5. He might not be as good as babe ruth but he is definitely the best cardinal in history!
Stan the Man is SO horribly underrated. His stats are there... Just look 'em up. And... NO ONE has meant more to a city, state, and a team than Stan the Man. RIP Stan. St. Louis and a proud Cardinal Nation will ALWAYS remember you.
Please. I think Pujols is a great player, but even he has said that Musial is the greatest Cardinal of all time. The Cardinals are one of the four greatest franchises. By the way how many other players was elected to 24 all star games?
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15Ken Griffey Jr.
I grew up idolizing Jr by far the greatest player I have ever witnessed play the sweetest swing I have ever seen plus all the gold gloves and I know everyone says IF it wasn't for his injuries with the reds he would have destroyed the record there isn't a true baseball fan or previous MLB player that deep down in there heart knows for a fact that that is absolutely positively the truth he would have shattered the record Face it THE KID aka Jr was the best
I played with Junior as a kid and it was all natural. He was born to play ball. If not for the injuries we would all be talking about him before Willie, Hank and Mickey! Admit it. He could do it all. And his average only dropped a bit late in his career when the lower body and leg injuries took over. Junior and Thome are the only two this generation to crack 600 Homers steroid free. I know Pujols will do it but that only makes 3 in the last how many years?
Griffey could do everything hit, field, had a great arm, and he could run. Just because he never won a world series doesn't mean he shouldn't be in the top 10. Everyone up there played in a week era. Ken Griffey Jr. Is the greatest or at least in the top 5 greatest players of all time
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16Pete Rose
Who cares if he gambled at least he was a tough ball player and was not afraid to get his shoes dirty like the players now who are traded to different teams every couple of years. He deserves to be in the hall of fame not like cal Rippen jr who nobody even knows about or gives a hoot about. I know a lot about baseball and my statement is very true. I am not saying Pete rose should be first place but at least give 3 place or something like that.
Even though he did not make the hall of fame he gambled as a manager. Don't listen to those people. He's, a hall of famer on my list. Same thing happend to shoeless joe jackson.
Not until he is inducted into Canton should the likes of BB, SS or even RC be included on a ballot. The greatest hitter of all time never juiced he just happened to love two things, and unfortunately on occassion he participated in both at the same time.
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17Derek Jeter
Best yank to play the game and best all time hitter as a shortstop shoot he might be the best shortstop ever
He has already reched 3000 and is climbing his. Way to the top
Complete ballplayer on and off the field
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18Roberto Clemente
Saw him as a kid from behind him in right field, what a presence, what speed, what an arm. I haven't even mentioned batting and base running. He went all out and was fearless on the field but this quality also contributed to his demise at sea. Still one of my childhood heroes that lives on today for me.
Most 'watchable' of ALL time and along with Mays 'most complete'. Greatest defensive ever and the GREATEST stat of all: he hit hall of fame pitching better than anyone in history!
Roberto Clemente would be the most valuable of all time had baseball never put up those damn outfield walls... Greatest energy created hitting line drives coupled with the greatest energy created with that incomparable throwing arm... Baseball continues to HIDE the GREATEST ONE!
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19Greg Maddux
Man won over 350 games in modern day era. 4 time cy young winner.

20Roger Clemens
Roger Clemens cheated move him off

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21Cal Ripken Jr.
Broke lou gehrig record
I play for cal Ripken
Known as the iron man.
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22Cy Young
Too low. He dominated in his era, Should be in the top twenty
Too low should be in top 3, ever heard of the Cy young award?
Why isn't the winningest pitcher of ALL TIME in the no. 1 slot? Come on people this man was amazing
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23Nolan Ryan
Best pitcher ever
Nolan Ryan holds or has held every major pitching and strikeout record on the books.
Best Pitcher ever it's a shame he isn't in the top ten!
Most Strikeouts!
Most No hitters!
2nd Fastest pitch of all time as a Starting Pitcher!

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24Tony Gwynn
Even a better person as he was a hitter rip mr padre
15 strikeouts in all of 1995. Move Mr padre up. Best swing I've ever seen
The best pure hitter of the moders era

25Miguel Cabrera
Miguel Cabrera is the most exciting player to watch at the plate and whoever haven't witness it must. Standing at #30 behind Bryce Harper is just an insult to the MVP and Triple Crown winner.
I really love to watch tigers play and I love to watch Miguel Cabrera when he hits his home runs and wins the games he his a very great player.
Triple Crown Winner! Miguel Cabrera is not only the MVP and Triple Crown Winner, he also just got selected to his 8th All Star Game!
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26David Ortiz
David has strength and persistency
David Ortiz is the best baseball player of all time I'm glad they put them this high on the list but they should of put him at number one. He is my all time favorite. I am addicted to the Red Sox and their hitters and David Ortiz he is the best!
Best red sox dh of 2004 and 2007.
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27Chipper Jones
Aside from Mickey Mantle, the best switch hitter to play the game.
The best player under pressure of all time. Rock solid!
One of the greatest switch hitters to play the game and one of the most consistant guys ever to play I have huge respect for chipper. Look forward to seeing you in the hall of fame Chipper!

28Shoeless Joe Jackson
Great ball player... Should be in hall of fame
Great player- was ripped off.
The establishment finds it impossible to assess the evidence objectively.
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29Mike Schmidt
Best 3rd baseman of all time and one of the most consistent power hitters ever during a NON STEROID era
Mike Schmidt should be #1. End of.
Greatest 3B of all time!
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30Mike Trout
How is he Number 48? He has been playing for 2 years. He has the potential of being a top 25 player but there is no way he is in the top 50 this early.
Potentially a top 15 player. He just needs to do it for the next 15 years.
Rookie of the year two times in a row
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31Ozzie Smith

15 time all star 13 time gold glove award 1 time world series


32Mariano Rivera
How is this guy not in top 5? BEST CLOSER OF ALL TIME.
Mo should be number 1. Best closer of all time.

33Josh Gibson
If all things had been equal then fair is fair and a brain tumor on top
Of it as well as poor treatment by society. He was an amazing individual
And through the benefits of the internet the world can view history and
Stand in awe of such extraordinary people.
He hit over 800 home runs in the Negro Leagues. Some say he even hit 900. Nobody knows how he would've hit in the MLB, but I personally think he would've done the same. This guy was such an amazing hitter. The pitchers in the Negro Leagues were better than MLB pitchers. You do the math.

34Randy Johnson
Should be in top twenty easily... not enough real people who know who's really the best on these lists OBVIOUSLY!
#1 pitcher of all time

35Sammy Sosa
Sammy Sosa has been the greatest Chicago Cubs player ever
He should be #1 in the world boze

36Sandy Koufax
If your life depended on the outcome of a baseball game, you would want Sandy Koufax to pitch for you.
He won the cy young
Ask players who had to bat against him. Many almost sweared that the ball went faster as it approached the plate.
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37Rogers Hornsby
Top ten of all time

38Jimmie Foxx
Jimmie foxx hit 30 or more home runs 12 years in a row slugged 50 homers twice 100 rbis 13 years in a row mvp 3 times 40 hrs 5 times played every position except 2nd base slugged 600 or better 9 times 700 or better 3 times had sprinter speed had 500 home runs before 33 years old better defensive 1st baseman than Gehrig no less an expert named ted wiiliams considered him the 3rd greatest hitter next to ruth and Gehrig and greatest right handed batter and 2nd best all around baseball player next to joe DiMaggio. Definitely belong in the top ten of all time. Highest batting average and slugging average for a righthanded hitter with over 500 hrs lifetime.325 avg.609 slugging 1.038 obp lifetime

39Yogi Berra
He is the firts one to pinch hit a homerun in the world series
Lots of World Series wins

40George Brett
Great stats and embodies everything you want in a player. Should be top 10. If he'd been a Yankee he would be

41Craig Biggio
Overall great hitter, fielder, and person.

baseballboy09

Beat ball player ever!

42Ricky Henderson
amazing that this guy is All time leader in stolen bases, on base %, runs scored, a 3000 hit guy, most home runs from a lead off batter, has 2 rings and he doesn't crack the top 10? Rickey is top 5 in my book!
Top five, without a doubt. Hard to rate players before integration as talent was so limited. Babe Ruth would have been very average. Good arm and bat but not athletic or fast at all.
No one can possibly beat his stolen base record.
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43Pedro Martinez

44Christy Mathewson
First celebrity media capital NYC at turn of 20th century. Was Babe Ruth inpublicity terms and celebrity recognition before Babe Ruth. Third winningest pitcher all time with best winning percentage of top four, (Young, Johnson, and Alexander). Should certainly be much higher tjan
Clearly should be top ten.

45Aramis Ramirez

46Satchel Paige
Had the fastest fastball ever 3rd black person elected into the hall of fame
He should be number 12. Who made this top ten it stinks bary bonds really

47Bob Feller
Had one of the fastest pitches of all time, at 107.6 mph, and he played for one of the greatest teams in the league (IDC what anyone says I am with the tribe! )
I just wish I could have seen him back in his day! The film and all the books and my mom made me a Feller fan since I was 5 and he was already in the HOF!

48Tris Speaker
One of the best and most underrated players ever
Are you kidding? Possibly the greatest ever in both fielding and hitting. Based on lifetime production, should be fourth behind Mays, Aaron and Cobb.
Ted Mosser
Fairfax, VA

49Brooks Robinson
Best third basemen of all time
Outstanding hitter and defensive 3rd baseman. Nothing could get by him at the corner.
Great overall player and hey he had 16 gold gloves that says it all

50Chase Utley

51Jim Thome
A class act. Truly and honestly. Eclipsed 600 homeruns throughout the steroid era, and he was one of the nicest players you'd ever see in the game of baseball. There's no reason why he shouldn't be in the top ten.
As great old school first baseman. A great power hitter.
Most underrated player of all time

52Johnny Bench
Strongest, Smartest Catcher of all-time. I still remember when he caught a fast ball bare handed in a major league game.
He hast to be in the top ten come on!
Should be way way higher! In my book best catcher of all-time. He could hold 8 baseballs in one hane! That's not at least top thirty? This list is terrible!

53Carl Yastrzemski

54Jose Bautista
I think he is a good player and I think he should be on the top 100 of active players, but I don't think he should be on the top 100 ALL TIME
Jose is seriously epic vote for him

55Alex Rodriguez
AMAZAZING and the yanks 2
How in the world is he #76.. He is consider one of the best player to ever play the game!
Arod deserves to be be way higher in this list, he is in the top 10 all-time for career home runs. People on this list obvisouly vote for favorite players, not by satistics.
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56Ryne Sandberg

57Josh Hamilton

58Vladimir Guerrero
Best bad ball hitter plus never did roids still after his prime hit 300 30hrs and 100rbi. First 13 years hit 300 so did gerhig should be at least 10

59Justin Verlander

60Steve Carlton

61Roger Maris
Broke Babe Ruth's "most season home runs" record. 61 Ruth had 62 Maris had. Roger Maris broke Babe Ruth's record.
Maris should be 1 he broke babe ruths record then it should be hank aaron cause he also broke babe ruths record but that's just my opinion.
Just saying ruth had 60 maris had 61

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62Tom Seaver

63Prince Fielder
Not a chance. Maybe # 200

64Nick Punto
Nick was the best Twinkie money could buy back a few years ago.

65Adrian Gonzalez
He is the greatest Mexican hitter of all time"

66Buster Posey
Buster has the potential to be the best offensive catcher in baseball he is also good defensively but a's long as yadier Molina is playing you can't say he's the best but what you really have to give him credit for is being able to catch for amazing players like cain and lincecum
May be the best young catcher around

67Andrew McCutchen
Cutch is awesome. MVP of 2013. Great at running, fielding, batting.

jhunk

My favorite ballplayer in the league. But no way should he be considered one of the best ever. One of the best in the majors now. GO BUCS!
Andrew McCutchen is a beast

Ruth ain't got nothing on him
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68Harmon Killebrew
Most home runs in MLB in the 1960s. The Killer was feared for his power.

69Willie Stargell

70Ryan Leone

71Emmet Heidrick

72Lou Brock
Oh please he has the 2nd most stolen bases by a major league player

73Jim Edmonds

74Mickey Cochrane

75Starlin Castro
He's all the cubs got offensively

76Manny Ramirez
# 75 is a great place for him

77Pedro Ciriaco
This guys not even good
Pedro Ciriaco is not better than Jacoby Ellsbury, Jim Rice, or Raul Ibanez.

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Isn't Ciriaco that average red sox 3rd baseman.

78Jacoby Ellsbury
Super fast. He is a great hitter. 70 stolen bases in 2009, that is speed.

79Jim Rice

80Raul Ibanez
He is outstanding, he has 20 homeruns so far and he's 41, we also only about half way through the season. If he keeps this up he could get at least 40 homeruns in the season.
Raul Ibanez is awesome! Made the Phillies good Pinch hitting for A-Rod in the 2012 ALCS Whamm Walk off homerun!

81Joe Mauer
He is the worlds best catcher in the world
Greatest Twins Catcher in history

82Chris Davis
This guy is amazing he should easily be in the top 20 with 37 home runs before the all star break

83Yasiel Puig
Might be the first Cuban player to go to the hall of fame
Will be the best player to ever play from cuba
Best raw player I've ever seen, if he stays healthy
And polishes his game, could be one of the best
Ever definitely the best 5 tool player today, mike Trout
A close second.

84Joe Morgan
Awesome second baseman. Bill James said he was the best to play that position.

Jman2021

Awesome second baseman. Bill James said he was the best to play that position.

Jman2021

Awesome second baseman. Bill James said he was the best to play that position.

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85Austin Romine
Why. He is in triple A
He is player of the year

86Ryan Raburn

87Matt Moore

88Rod Carew

89Michael Jordan
When MJ left basketball and played baseball he was terrible. He just had the money to play in the mlb
What are you talking about MJs a basketball player

90Joe McGinnity

Pitcher: Won both ends of doubleheaders 3 times in one month August 1903, considered the most impossible sports record to beat.

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91Eddie Cicotte

92Mike Buddie

93Carl Crawford
He is as good as anyone I now

94Rickie Weeks
A great defensive and offensive player

95Dustin Pedroia
Rookie of the Year (2007)
2x World Series Champion (2007, 2013)
AL MVP (2008)
3x Gold Glove Award Winner (2008, 2011, 2013)
1x Silver a Slugger Award Winner (2008
He should be way higher he has so meany gold gloves

96Nick Hundley

97Mark Teixeira
One of the yanks best first baseman ever. But Tino Martinez and Don Mattingly should be before teixeria

98Marco Scutaro
Marco Scutaro is amazing!
He won the 2012 NLCS MVP.
He made the Giants win the World Series
Marco Scutaro getting traded to the Giants was the biggest move of the summer

99Nick Franklin
Great at fielding and is an awesome switch hitter, he is even a rookie.

100Kyle Seager
He amazes me with his skills every game.

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