Baseball

The 25 Greatest American League Players (1950-Present)

  1. Ted Williams (Boston Red Sox)
  2. Mickey Mantle (New York Yankees)
  3. Yogi Berra (New York Yankees)
  4. Whitey Ford (New York Yankees)
  5. Brooks Robinson (Baltimore Orioles)
  6. Nolan Ryan (California Angles and Texas Rangers*)
  7. Carl Yastrzemski (Boston Red Sox)
  8. Al Kaline (Detroit Tigers)
  9. Alex Rodriguez (Seattle Mariners, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees)
  10. Roger Clemens (Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, and New York Yankees)
  11. Ken Griffey Jr (Seattle Mariners*)
  12. Pedro Martinez (Boston Red Sox*)
  13. Mariano Rivera (New York Yankees)
  14. Rickey Henderson (Oakland As and New York Yankees)
  15. Cal Ripken Jr (Baltimor

The 25 Greatest National Leaguers (1950-Present)

  1. Willie Mays (New York and San Francisco Giants)
  2. Hank Aaron (Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves)
  3. Warren Spahn (Boston and Milwaukee Braves)
  4. Stan Musial (St Louis Cardinals)
  5. Bob Gibson (St Louis Cardinals)
  6. Frank Robinson* (Cincinati Reds)
  7. Johnny Bench (Cincinnati Reds)
  8. Pete Rose (Cincinnati Reds)
  9. Tom Seaver (New York Mets and Cincinnati Reds)
  10. Greg Maddux (Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves)
  11. Mike Schmidt (Philadelphia Phillies)
  12. Albert Pujols* (St Louis Cardinals)
  13. Joe Morgan (Cincinnati Reds and Houston Astros)
  14. Ernie Banks (Chicago Cubs)
  15. Roberto Clemente (Pittsburgh Pirates)
  16. Eddie Matthews (

The 80 Greatest Outfielders (1950-Present)

  1. Willie Mays
  2. Ted Williams
  3. Micky Mantle
  4. Stan Musial
  5. Hank Aaron
  6. Rickey Henderson
  7. Roberto Clemente
  8. Barry Bonds
  9. Pete Rose
  10. Ken Griffey Jr
  11. Duke Snider
  12. Carl Yastrzemski
  13. Frank Robinson
  14. Tony Gwynn
  15. Reggie Jackson
  16. Ichiro Suzuki
  17. Al Kaline
  18. Willie Stargell
  19. Manny Ramirez
  20. Kirby Puckett
  21. Lou Brock
  22. Dave Winfield
  23. Vladamir Guerrero
  24. Tim Raines
  25. Minnie Minoso
  26. Jim Rice
  27. Richie Asburn
  28. Andre Dawson
  29. Enos Slaughter
  30. Dale Murphy
  31. Gary Sheffield
  32. Jim Edmonds
  33. Jimmy Wynn
  34. Sammy Sosa
  35. Billy Williams
  36. Larry Walker
  37. Andrew Jones
  38. Larry Doby
  39. Richie Ashburn
  40. Bernie Williams
  41. Dave Parker
  42. Kenny Lofton

The 20 Greatest Left-Handed Pitchers (1950-Present)

  1. Warren Spahn
  2. Randy Johnson
  3. Whitey Ford
  4. Steve Carlton
  5. Sandy Koufax
  6. Tom Glavine
  7. Tommy John
  8. Mickey Lolich
  9. Andy Pettitte
  10. Johan Santana
  11. CC Sabathia
  12. Billy Wagner
  13. Jimmy Key
  14. Frank Tanana
  15. Cliff Lee
  16. Billy Pierce
  17. David Wells
  18. Fernando Valenzuela
  19. Jim Kaat
  20. Jamie Moyer
  21. Clayton Kershaw

The 30 Greatest Broadcasters in MLB History

  1. Vin Skully-Dodgers -"It is 9:46 PM, 2 and 2 to Harvey Kuenn, one strike away, Sandy into his wind up, here's the pitch..swung on and missed, a perfect game!" "So the winning run is at second base, with two out, 3 and 2 to Mookie Wilson...little roller up along first..behind the bag! It gets through Buckner! Here comes Knight and the Mets win it!" "In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened!"
  2. Mel Allen- Yankees "Sudden death now, last of the ninth. 9 to 9. There's a drive into deep left field, look out now… that ball is goooing, going gone!

.300+ Career Batting Averages (1950-Present)

  1. Ted Williams .3444
  2. Tony Gwynn .3382
  3. Stan Musial .3308
  4. Wade Boggs .3279
  5. Rod Carew .3278
  6. Ichiro Suzuki* .3256
  7. Albert Pujols* .3246
  8. Joe Mauer* .3229
  9. Todd Helton* .3199
  10. Kirby Puckett .3181
  11. Vladimir Guerrero .3176
  12. Roberto Clemente .3173
  13. Miguel Cabrera* .3168
  14. Joey Votto* .3163
  15. Ryan Braun* .3132
  16. Derek Jeter* .3131
  17. Matt Holliday* .3126
  18. Nomar Garciaparra .3127
  19. Larry Walker .3127
  20. Manny Ramirez .3122
  21. Edgar Martinez .3115
  22. Jackie Robinson .3113
  23. Magglio Ordonez .3090
  24. Mike Piazza .3078
  25. Richie Ashburn .3077
  26. Don Mattingly .3074
  27. Robin

MLB Pitchers With a Sub 3.20 ERA (1950-Present)

  1. Mariano Rivera* 2.214
  2. Whitey Ford 2.745
  3. Dan Quisenberry 2.760
  4. Sandy Koufax 2.761
  5. Bruce Sutter 2.833
  6. Jim Palmer 2.856
  7. Tom Seaver 2.862
  8. Trevor Hoffman 2.867
  9. John Franco 2.890
  10. Juan Marichal 2.890
  11. Rollie Fingers 2.904
  12. Bob Gibson 2.915
  13. Dean Chance 2.921
  14. Pedro Martinez 2.925
  15. Gary Lavelle 2.928
  16. Clay Carroll 2.939
  17. Don Drysdale 2.948
  18. Don McMahon 2.960
  19. Mel Stottlemyre 2.969
  20. Goose Gossage 3.009
  21. Lee Smith 3.029
  22. Jim Brewer 3.071
  23. Bob Veale 3.075
  24. Gary Nolan 3.079
  25. Warren Spahn 3.086
  26. Greg Minton 3.096
  27. Gaylord Perry 3.105
  28. Don

MLB Players With 1500+ Runs Scored (1950-Present)

  1. Rickey Henderson 2295
  2. Barry Bonds 2227
  3. Hank Aaron 2174
  4. Pete Rose 2165
  5. Willie Mays 2062
  6. Stan Musial 1949
  7. Alex Rodriguez* 1898
  8. Derek Jeter* 1868
  9. Craig Biggio 1844
  10. Frank Robinson 1829
  11. Carl Yastrzemski 1816
  12. Ted Williams 1798
  13. Paul Molitor 1782
  14. Mickey Mantle 1676
  15. Dave Winfield 1669
  16. Johnny Damon* 1668
  17. Rafael Palmeiro 1663
  18. Ken Griffey 1662
  19. Joe Morgan 1650
  20. Cal Ripken 1647
  21. Gary Sheffield 1636
  22. Robin Yount 1632
  23. Eddie Murray 1627
  24. Al Kaline 1622
  25. Chipper Jones 1619
  26. Lou Brock 1610
  27. George Brett 1583
  28. Tim Raines 1571

MLB Players With 500+ Career Doubles (1950-Present)

  1. Pete Rose 746
  2. Stan Musial 725
  3. Craig Biggio 668
  4. George Brett 665
  5. Carl Yastrzemski 646
  6. Hank Aaron 624
  7. Paul Molitor 605
  8. Cal Ripken 603
  9. Barry Bonds 601
  10. Luis Gonzalez 596
  11. Rafael Palmeiro 585
  12. Robin Yount 583
  13. Wade Boggs 578
  14. Ivan Rodriguez 571
  15. Todd Helton* 570
  16. Bobby Abreu* 565
  17. Jeff Kent 560
  18. Eddie Murray 560
  19. Chipper Jones 549
  20. Manny Ramirez 547
  21. Tony Gwynn 543
  22. Dave Winfield 540
  23. Al Oliver 529
  24. Frank Robinson 528
  25. Dave Parker 526
  26. Ted Williams 525
  27. Ken Griffey 524
  28. Derek Jeter* 524
  29. Willie Mays 523
  30. Garret Anderson 522

MLB Players with 2500+ Hits (1950-Present)

  1. Pete Rose 4256
  2. Hank Aaron 3771
  3. Stan Musial 3630
  4. Carl Yastrzemski 3419
  5. Paul Molitor 3319
  6. Derek Jeter* 3304
  7. Willie Mays 3283
  8. Eddie Murray 3255
  9. Cal Ripken 3184
  10. George Brett 3154
  11. Robin Yount 3142
  12. Tony Gwynn 3141
  13. Dave Winfield 3110
  14. Craig Biggio 3060
  15. Rickey Henderson 3055
  16. Rod Carew 3053
  17. Lou Brock 3023
  18. Rafael Palmeiro 3020
  19. Wade Boggs 3010
  20. Al Kaline 3007
  21. Roberto Clemente 3000
  22. Frank Robinson 2943
  23. Barry Bonds 2935
  24. Alex Rodriguez* 2901
  25. Omar Vizquel* 2877
  26. Harold Baines 2866
  27. Brooks Robinson 2848
  28. Ivan Rodriguez 2844
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