Top 100 players of all-time: 50-41

50. Ernie Banks


Mr. Cub was an MVP in 1958 and 1959. He switched his position to first base half way through his career. He owns almost all Cubs slugging record and had 512 total home runs. Banks was a one time Gold Glove winner and an eleven time All-Star.

49. Dan Brouthers


In his era Brouthers was a premiere power hitter. He led his league six times in batting, seven times in slugging average, four times in total bases, three times in doubles, twice in homers, and once in triples.

48. Charlie Gehringer


The best second baseman in baseball during the 1930s, Charlie Gehringer led his league in assists seven times, and nine times in fielding average. At the plate he topped .300 thirteen times and won the 1937 Most Valuable Player Award when he paced the American League with a .371 average. He also was a six time All-Star.

47. Jeff Bagwell


He was one of the games most consistent sluggers. He helped the Stros’ win four division titles. Bagwell hit at least thirty homers and drove in at least 100 runs in six consecutive seasons from 1996-2001, and eight times overall. Bagwell won the 1994 MVP and that season he had a .750 SLG. He was a one time Gold Glove winner and went to four All-Star games.

46. Carl Yastrzemski


It must have been hard trying to replace Ted Williams, but he did a pretty good job in doing so. Yaz won three batting titles and seven Gold Gloves in front of the Green Monster. He is apart of the 3,000 hits club and 400 home run club. He won 1967 AL MVP and the 1969 Triple Crown. Yaz was an eighteen time All-Star.

45. Roberto Clemente


Clemente is one of the games most famous players. To the point where people want his number retired. He was a member of the 3,000 hit club and won four batting championships. He was a member of two World Series Pirate teams. Clemente died delivering supplies to victims of the Nicaraguan earthquake in 1972.

44. Wade Boggs


Boggs was a great hitter. He had 200 hits in seven straight seasons and accumulated over 3,000. He won five batting titles and won a World Series with the Yankees in 1996. Boggs made twelve All-Star games and won two Gold Gloves.

43. Eddie Mathews


A feared slugger in his time, Mathews hit a total of 512 home runs. He was the only Brave to be apart of Boston, Milwaukee, and Atlanta. He was apart of the 1957,1958, and 1968 World Series. Mathews was a nine time All-Star

42. George Brett


Brett was one of my favorite past time players, even though he was a Yankee killer. He basically is the Kansas City Royals. Brett had over 3,100 hits and 317 home runs. He was one of the best post-season performers. He won the 1980 MVP and a Gold Glove. He made twelve All-Star games.

41. Frank Robinson


He won the triple crown and the MVP in both leagues and finished top ten in MVP voting ten times. He became the first black man to manage a team. He also hit 586 home runs. He was a Rookie Of the Year winner and a Gold Glove winner. Robinson also went to twelve All-Star games.

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3 Comments on “Top 100 players of all-time: 50-41”

  1. trecker987 Says:

    Quite the trio of 3B you’ve got lined up there. I think people like to ignore how good Boggs was.

  2. Owner Says:

    You’re Brett picture is fucked up buddy.

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