Top 100 players of all-time: Recap

Over the past month we let guest author “YC” post his version of the top 100 players of all time. Here is the full list, 100-1:

100. Roberto Alomar
99. Willie Stargell
98. Carlton Fisk
97. Ron Santo
96. Carl Hubbell
95. Robin Roberts
94. Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez
.93. Reggie Jackson
92. Sam Crawford
91. Derek Jeter
90. Roy Campanella
89. Mariano Rivera
88. Bob Feller
87. Harmon Killebrew
86. Steve Carlton
85. Al Simmons
84. Willie McCovey
83. Ozzie Smith
82. Larry Walker
81. Jim Thome
80. Luke Appling
79. Kid Nichols
78. Tim Raines
77. Paul Waner
76. Bill Dickey
75. Mike Piazza
74. Edgar Martinez
73. Jim Edmonds
72. Nolan Ryan
71. Al Kaline
70. Mark McGwire
69. Mordecai Brown
68. Craig Biggio
67. Manny Ramirez
66. Juan Marichal
.65. Fergie Jenkins
64. Frank Thomas
63. Robin Yount
62. Tony Gwynn
61. Cal Ripken Jr.
60. Warren Spahn
59. Duke Snider
58. Chipper Jones
57. Pete Rose
56. Ken Griffey Jr.
55. Joe Jackson
54. Arky Vaughan
53. Roger Connor
52. Rod Carew
51. Johnny Mize
50. Ernie Banks
49. Dan Brouthers
48. Charlie Gehringer
47. Jeff Bagwell
46. Carl Yastrzemski
45. Roberto Clemente
44. Wade Boggs
43. Eddie Mathews
42. George Brett
41. Frank Robinson
40. Hank Greenberg
39. Jackie Robinson
38. Johnny Bench
37. Yogi Berra
36. Gaylord Perry
35. Cy Young
34. Nap Lajoie
33. Cap Anson
32. Sandy Koufax
31. Bob Gibson
30. Ricky Henderson
29. Joe Morgan
28. Christy Mathewson
27. Pete Alexander
26. Jimmie Foxx
25. Mike Schmidt
24. Mel Ott
23. Albert Pujols
22. Greg Maddux
21. Alex Rodriguez
20. Tom Seaver
19. Eddie Collins
18. Hank Aaron
17. Joe DiMaggio
16. Tris Speaker
15. Mickey Mantle
14. Randy Johnson
13. Lefty Grove
12. Pedro Martinez
11. Stan Musial
10. Roger Clemens
9. Rogers Hornsby
8. Ty Cobb
7. Honus Wagner
6. Lou Gehrig
5. Walter Johnson
4. Willie Mays
3. Barry Bonds
2. Ted Williams
1. Babe Ruth

Hitters:

76 (100). Roberto Alomar
75 (99). Willie Stargell
74 (98). Carlton Fisk
73 (97). Ron Santo
72 (94). Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez
71 (93). Reggie Jackson
70 (92). Sam Crawford
69 (91). Derek Jeter
68 (90). Roy Campanella
67 (87). Harmon Killebrew
66 (85). Al Simmons
65 (84). Willie McCovey
64 (83). Ozzie Smith
63 (82). Larry Walker
62 (81). Jim Thome
61 (80). Luke Appling
60 (78). Tim Raines
59 (77). Paul Waner
58 (76). Bill Dickey
57 (75). Mike Piazza
56 (74). Edgar Martinez
55 (73). Jim Edmonds
54 (71). Al Kaline
53 (70). Mark McGwire
52 (68). Craig Biggio
51 (67). Manny Ramirez
50 (64). Frank Thomas
49 (63). Robin Yount
48 (62). Tony Gwynn
47 (61). Cal Ripken Jr.
46 (59). Duke Snider
45 (58). Chipper Jones
44 (57). Pete Rose
43 (56). Ken Griffey Jr.
42 (55). Joe Jackson
41 (54). Arky Vaughan
40 (53). Roger Connor
39 (52). Rod Carew
38 (51). Johnny Mize
37 (50). Ernie Banks
36 (49). Dan Brouthers
35 (48). Charlie Gehringer
34 (47). Jeff Bagwell
33 (46). Carl Yastrzemski
32 (45). Roberto Clemente
31 (44). Wade Boggs
30 (43). Eddie Mathews
29 (42). George Brett
28 (41). Frank Robinson
27 (40). Hank Greenberg
26 (39). Jackie Robinson
25 (38). Johnny Bench
24 (37). Yogi Berra
23 (34). Nap Lajoie
22 (33). Cap Anson
21 (30). Ricky Henderson
20 (29). Joe Morgan
19 (26). Jimmie Foxx
18 (25). Mike Schmidt
17 (24). Mel Ott
16 (23). Albert Pujols
15 (21). Alex Rodriguez
14 (19). Eddie Collins
13 (18). Hank Aaron
12 (17). Joe DiMaggio
11 (16). Tris Speaker
10 (15). Mickey Mantle
9 (11). Stan Musial
8 (9). Rogers Hornsby
7 (8). Ty Cobb
6 (7). Honus Wagner
5 (6). Lou Gehrig
4 (4). Willie Mays
3 (3). Barry Bonds
2 (2). Ted Williams
1 (1). Babe Ruth

Pitchers:

23 (96). Carl Hubbell
22 (95). Robin Roberts
21 (89). Mariano Rivera
20 (88). Bob Feller
19 (86). Steve Carlton
18 (79). Kid Nichols
17 (72). Nolan Ryan
16 (69). Mordecai Brown
15 (66). Juan Marichal
14 (65). Fergie Jenkins
13 (60). Warren Spahn
12 (36). Gaylord Perry
11 (35). Cy Young
10 (32). Sandy Koufax
9 (31). Bob Gibson
8 (28). Christy Mathewson
7 (27). Pete Alexander
6 (22). Greg Maddux
5 (14). Randy Johnson
4 (13). Lefty Grove
3 (12). Pedro Martinez
2 (10). Roger Clemens
1 (5). Walter Johnson

(): Number in paranthesis indicate ranking in the top 100 list

Things of Interest:

– Mariano Rivera is the only reliever on the list

– Albert Pujols and A-Rod are both top 20 hitters of all-time

– Hank Aaron, the home run king, is not in the top ten for hitters

– Pete Rose, the all-time hits leader, is “just” the 44th best hitter

– Tim Raines and Roberto Alomar both make the top 100 list, but both players did not get elected to the Hall of Fame this past voting season.

Click on the following to view each individual post:

10-1

20-11

30-21

40-31

50-41

60-51

70-61

80-71

90-81

100-91

If you have any questions or observations regarding the list, either comment or contact me at: mdisco14@gmail.com



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2 Comments on “Top 100 players of all-time: Recap”

  1. Disco Says:

    No Todd Helton over Harmon Killebrew or Jim Thome? I think it’s a close call there.

    I also want to know where you have Dick Allen, Barry Larkin, and Eddie Murray (although I wouldn’t expect him to be high on the list, if on the list at all).


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