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Ah, the crack of the bat. The smell of fresh-cut grass. Munching on Cracker Jack while trying to avoid being splashed by the massive beer barely clung onto by the inebriated fan sitting behind you. Nothing says summer quite like baseball, the American national pastime. Baseball’s place in the American zeitgeist comes, at least in part, from its long history and the general consistency of the game over decades it’s quite likely that your great-great-grandfather would be able to easily follow a modern game if he were magically plopped into the stands. This history and consistency make it a bit easier to compare players from many different eras than it is to do so for other sports, which is what I’ll be attempting here. Let’s see how it goes!
10 Greatest Baseball Players Of All Time
Career Stats: 511-316, 2.63 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, 2803 K
Although he has pitching’s most famous award named after him, Cy Young is not the best pitcher in MLB history, although he is close. Cy Young does hold many of the game’s pitching records. Young is the all-time leader in wins, losses, innings pitched, starts and complete games. He threw three no-hitters during his career, including a perfect game. Young won at least 30 games five times during his career.
Career Stats: .305/.374/.555, 3771 H, 98 3B, 755 HR, 2297 RBI, 240 SB
Hank Aaron was incredibly consistent during his 23-year major league career. Known for holding the MLB career home record for years until Barry Bonds broke the record. Aaron still holds the records for RBI in a career as well as extra-base hits in a career. Aaron was an All-Star in 21 different seasons. He won three Gold Gloves during his career. Aaron only won one MVP award despite having a number of impressive seasons. He was almost always in the top 10 of the MVP voting.
Career Stats: .340/.447/.632, 2721 H, 493 HR, 1995 RBI, 102 SB
Lou Gehrig saw his career cut short because of ALS. Considered the greatest first baseman in MLB history by many. When he retired, Gehrig gave what is one of the most famous speeches in baseball history. Gehrig served as the New York Yankees captain for part of his career. He won six World Series titles and seven MVP awards. A feared hitter, Gehrig led the AL in RBI six times and in home runs three times. His offensive talents landed him two AL MVP awards.
Career Stats: .302/.384/.557, 3283 H, 660 HR, 1903 RBI, 338 SB
Willie Mays was one of the most feared sluggers of his generation. The Say Hey Kid was also one of the best defensive center fielders of all time. Mays managed to win 12 of the awards. Mays burst into the majors with a 20 home run campaign in 1951 and won the Rookie of the Year award. During his career, he won two MVP awards. Mays was also an All-Star in 20 different seasons.
Josh Gibson is undoubtedly the best player who never got a chance to play in MLB. He passed away at age 35, just months before Jackie Robinson broke the MLB color barrier. Gibson played in the Negro Leagues, and unfortunately, his exact statistics are unknown. On his Hall of Fame plaque, it says that Gibson hit nearly 800 home runs during his career. Gibson not only hit for power, but also for average. Satchel Paige called him “the greatest hitter that has ever lived.” It is incredibly unfortunate that Gibson never got to appear in the majors.
Career Stats: 417-279, 2.17 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, 3509 K
Walter Johnson is widely regarded as the best pitcher in MLB history. He was able to dominate hitters consistently throughout his 21-year career. The Washington Senators great won at least 20 games 12 times during his career. Johnson also led the National League in strikeouts in 12 different seasons. He is second on the all-time wins list and is the MLB leader in shutouts (110). Johnson won the MVP award twice during his illustrious career.
Career Stats: .298/.404/.607, 2935 H, 762 HR, 1996 RBI, 514 SB
Barry Bonds holds both the career and single-season home run records, which many believe because of his connections to steroids. Bonds’ performance on the field warrants his ranking even with everything that he has been accused of. Bonds is a 14-time All-Star that has won eight Gold Gloves and 12 Silver Sluggers during his career. Bonds also has won an impressive seven NL MVP awards. He was so feared as a hitter that he holds the career record for both walks and intentional walks. Bonds is the only member of the 500 home runs, 500 stolen bases club.
Career Stats: .344/.482/.634, 2654 H, 521 HR, 1839 RBI
Ted Williams had an incredibly impressive career and lost a few years in his prime because of World War II. He is one of the best pure hitters in baseball history. Williams also has one of the most unbelievable performances in the history of baseball. Williams was the last player to bat over .400 in a season. The two-time AL MVP won the AL batting title six times. In addition to this, he also won the Triple Crown twice in his career. Williams has the highest on-base percentage in baseball history. Selected to the All-Star game 19 times during his career.
Career Stats: .366/.433/.512, 4189 H, 295 3B, 117 HR, 1938 RBI, 897 SB
Known for his fiery personality just as much as his outstanding play. Cobb was the best player that baseball had seen in the early parts of the modern era. Cobb won 12 batting titles during his career and has the highest batting average in baseball history. He never batted under .320 during his career. Cobb is second all-time in both hits and runs scored and is also third all-time in stolen bases. He stole home an incredible 54 times during his career.
Career Stats: .342/.474/.690, 2873 H, 136 3B, 714 HR, 2213 RBI, 123 SB
The New York Yankees great is the best player that has ever stepped foot on a baseball diamond. While many other rankings may have been close, Ruth holds the No. 1 spot by a fairly significant margin. Babe Ruth impacted the game in so many different ways. He was not only a dominant hitter but also an outstanding pitcher. The Sultan of Swat led the American League in home runs an incredible 12 times during his career. He also won six AL RBI titles. Ruth won more than 20 games twice in his career and led the American League in ERA in 1916. Ruth is the career leader in both slugging percentage and OPS. Ruth’s dominance is apparent from his numerous appearances in the top 10 of many categories in the record books.
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