Best MLB Players of All TimeAlpha101
The Top Ten
Ruth was more clutch than Mays... That's why he is number one. Mays might be the best baseball athlete of all-time
Remember that year when Babe Ruth hit more home runs than every team in the league? That will never happen again, I can guarantee you. - EpicJake
I wasn't around then. after reading some varied sources and opinions of MLB players he did hit all those HR's in larger stadiums most 400 feet at closest to the fence. or as one modern author explained of modern stadiums. " the season Ruth hit 100 Home Runs." furthermore he did so on
" Hot Dogs and Beer." No additional ingredients. - rangerover
goatV 4 Comments
Best and most versatile player of all time
Considering all around play he is the best. If Mays didn't play at candlestick he would have had 800 HR
He is the goat
Wmays was more clutch than Ruth...That's why he's number one. Ruth might be the best pitcher-outfielder of all-time.V 1 Comment
I read about him in school and he is very good
He is great
755 home runs, 2,297,.305 AVG. Those are monster numbers but he played in a generation where the pitchers didn't get the special training that the pitchers now days do.
Three greatest players I ever saw, Hank Aaron, Sandy Koufax, Mickey Mantle.
Mantle had it all, speed, power, great arm, great fielder, and the gold standard for switch hitters. Had it not been for Mantle Don Larsen would not have pitched a perfect game. Mantle's fantastic catch in that World Series
And his home run were the real highlights. Mickey simply put, was the Man!
The world of baseball will never forget the day he broke the Color Barrier. - EpicJake
He's the fastest mlb player of all time!
He changed the game
I believe the negro league was better. - westofohioV 1 Comment
Best baseball player in Boston history
.408 average for the win - LaserSharkYT
Best player ever also best puertoriquan baseball player in history
There will never be another chipper jones - Sabbath
Chipper IS AWESOME my favorite all time. Babe Ruth is good but Hammerin Hank Deserves first
1. chipper jones is great but doesn't deserve to be this high
2. babe ruth by the way is the greatest all time and is better then hank aaron
3. hank aaron is one of the reates all time but not better then the bambino - RPD6478
Should be last
He should be the worst
762 homers, 1,996 RBI,.298 AVG. Pretty good if you ask me. And he was also a good baserunner.
How are the top 5 formed no one actually saw them play, for all we know someone could have boosted their stats (Unlikely But Possible)
He should be higher on the lis
Derek Jeter is awesome with his off balenced throws and his hits unbelievible
Not only did Junior hit 630 homers, drive in 1,836 RBI, and have a very good career batting average of.284, but he was one of the most consistent hitters of all time, and played exceptional defense as well. Just and extremely athletic baseball player.
Griffey will always be the best in my book. He could do it all with ease.
Since I haven't found chipper jones ill have to choose Griffey - Sabbath
He did it all steroid free
Bagwell was one of the best right handed 1st baseman of all time and was one of the greatest hitters as well. - Sabbath
Mariano Rivera is a Panamian Closing pitcher who was born 11-29-1969 and played all of his 19 seasons with the New York Yankees, and he broke the most career save record with 652 saves, and first broke it in 2011, 2 years before he retired!
A legend who can't be replaced
Best closing pitcher ever - Jermaineb12
The greatest shortstop of all time
Roy was a great pitcher. I was always confident my team which was the Phillies would win. He was amazing In 2011 - Sabbath
I HATE ALEX RODRIGUEZ HE IS A CHEATER AND I WANT THAT MAN TOO GO JUMP OFF A CLIFF AND DIE IN A HOLE AND GET EATEN BY A SHARK AND GET BURNT BY LAVA - RPD6478
A-rod is one of the greatest hitters of all time. 654 home runs, 1,969 RBI, and.299 AVG... Wow. Rodriguez put up numbers some seasons that are just ridiculous. That is why he gets second on my list.
355-227 win-loss ratio, 3.16 ERA, 3,371 stikeouts. Amazing numbers, amazing pitcher, he deserves fourth on my list.
Gwynn wasn't a home run guy, but he was an extremely intelligent hitter. Take a look at these career stats.
135 homers, 1,138 RBI,.338 AVG. When you have a career AVG over.300, that's great..338! That's unbelievable!
354-184 win-loss ratio, 3.12 ERA, 4,672 strikeouts! Not to mention a 140.3 career WAR. That's sixth place worthy!
492 home runs, 1,498 RBI,.321 AVG, and he's only played 13 years in the bigs. Even though he career isn't over yet, he's definitely one of the greatest baseball players of all time.
219-100 win-loss ratio, 2.93 ERA, 3,154 stikeouts. Dominate numbers right there. I wanted to put him closer to number one but Pujols had a longer span of success.
251-174 win-loss ratio, 2.91 ERA, 3,117 strikeouts. Those are great numbers, and he's one of the greatest pitchers of all time.
Shouldn't be on the list but I love this guy - RPD6478
He shouldn't be on the list
He's the best catcher of his era - Sabbath
We will all miss big papi
Schmidt is the greatest third baseman of all time - Sabbath
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