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The Contenders: Page 2
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
The greatest shortstop of all time
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List StatsUpdated 23 Sep 2017
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3. Lou Gehrig
2. Pete Rose
3. Ty Cobb
2. Lou Gehrig
3. Ty Cobb