Monday, December 11

100 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time

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Here they are, in no particular order, 100 of the greatest pro baseball players to ever play the game:

  1. Babe Ruth

  2. Pete Rose

  3. Willie Mays

  4. Ty Cobb

  5. Hank Aaron

  6. Rod Carew
  7. Roger Clemens

  8. Paul Molitor
  9. Lou Gehrig

  10. Stan Musiel
  11. Walter Johnson

  12. Cy Young

  13. Christy Mathewson
  14. Satchel Paige

  15. Sandy Koufax

  16. Mickey Mantle

  17. Tom Seaver
  18. Shoeless Joe Jackson

  19. Fred McGriff
  20. Alex Rodriguez

  21. Barry Bonds

  22. Greg Maddux
  23. Jackie Robinson

  24. Bob Feller

  25. Yogi Berra

  26. Tony Gwynn
  27. Reggie Jackson

  28. Ken Griffey, Jr.
  29. Kirby Puckett

  30. Carl Hubbell
  31. Oscar Charleston

  32. Willie Stargell
  33. Cal Ripken, Jr.
  34. Joe Morgan

  35. Ted Williams

  36. Johnny Bench

  37. Wade Boggs
  38. George Brett

  39. Bill Dickey

  40. Whitey Ford

  41. Harmon Killebrew
  42. Lefty Gomez

  43. Goose Goslin
  44. Joe DiMaggio

  45. Jeff Bagwell
  46. Tris Speaker

  47. Barry Larkin
  48. Tug McGraw
  49. Albert Belle

  50. Robin Roberts

  51. Joe Torre

  52. Honus Wagner
  53. Eddie Matthews

  54. Frank Robinson

  55. Mel Ott
  56. Willie Keeler
  57. Nap Lajoie
  58. Josh Gibson

  59. Nolan Ryan

  60. Lefty Grove

  61. Al Simmons

  62. Sammy Sosa

  63. Rogers Hornsby
  64. Ozzie Smith

  65. Roy Campanella
  66. Jim Palmer

  67. Roberto Clemente

  68. Dave Winfield

  69. Roger Maris

  70. Rollie Fingers

  71. Eddie Murray

  72. Al Kaline
  73. Sandy Alomar
  74. Dizzy Dean

  75. Roberto Alomar
  76. Juan Marichal
  77. Grover Cleveland Alexander

  78. Jimmie Foxx
  79. Mike Schmidt

  80. Hank Greenberg
  81. Bob Gibson

  82. Gaylord Perry

  83. Chuck Klein

  84. Paul Waner
  85. Ralph Kiner
  86. Mickey Cochrane
  87. Willie McCovey
  88. Charlie Gehringer
  89. Lou Brock

  90. Pedro Martinez

  91. Rickey Henderson

  92. George Sisler
  93. Warren Spahn

  94. Randy Johnson

  95. Kenny Rogers

  96. Steve Carlton

  97. Mike Piazza

  98. Don Mattingly
  99. Tony Lazzeri
  100. Mariano Rivera

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