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10) Reggie Jackson

In his 21 year career, he had a .262 average, a .356 on base percentage, 563 home runs, 1702 RBI, 1551 runs scored, 2584 base hits, 463 doubles and 228 stolen bases. He was selected to the All-Star team fourteen times, starting in right field in nine of them and he won two Silver Slugger awards. His best season came in 1973 when he won his only MVP award.

9) Dave Winfield

In his 22 year career, he had a .283 average, a .353 on base percentage, 465 home runs, 1833 RBI, 1669 runs scored, 3110 base hits, 540 doubles, and 223 stolen bases. He was selected to the All-Star team twelve times, starting in right field in five of them. He won the Silver Slugger Award six times and he finished in the top five of the MVP voting three times. He was also a great defensive player as he won seven Gold Glove awards.

8) Tony Gwynn

Gwynn was one of the great pure hitters all-time, batting .338 in his career with eight batting titles. He batted .394 in 1994 and had 3,141 career hits. He also stole 319 career bases.

7) Al Kaline

Kaline was one of the greatest all around players in baseball history, he was equally good with the bat or the glove. In his 22 year career, he had a .297 average, 399 home runs, 1583 RBI, 1622 runs scored, 3007 base hits, 498 doubles, and 137 stolen bases. He was selected to the All-Star team 18 times, starting in right field in five of them and he won one batting title. He was also one of the best defensive players ever as he won 10 Gold Glove awards in an 11 year stretch. He finished in top five in the MVP voting four times.

6) Ichiro Suzuki

Ichiro first 10 seasons 200 hits each year, the case can be made that if he would have played his entire career in the MLB he would have broke Pete Rose’s hit record. He was a great defensive player with amazing speed.

5) Mel Ott

In his 22 year career, he had a .304 average, a .414 on base percentage, 511 home runs, 1860 RBI, 1859 runs scored, 2876 base hits, 488 doubles, and 89 stolen bases. He was selected to the All Star team twelve times, starting in right field in two of them.

4) Frank Robinson

Robinson was an absolutely amazing offensive player. In his 21 year career, he had a .294 average, a .389 on base percentage, 586 home runs, 1812 RBI, 1829 runs scored, 2943 base hits, 528 doubles and 204 stolen bases.

He won the 1956 Rookie of the Year Award and was selected to the All-Star team 14 times, starting in right field in three of them. He won one batting title, led the league in on base percentage twice, slugging percentage four times, and in OPS four times.

He ranks seventh all time in total homers, 14th in runs scored, and 17th in RBI. He won two MVP awards and his best season came in 1966 when he won the Triple Crown Award.

3) Roberto Clemente

In his 18 year career, he had a .317 average, 240 home runs, 1305 RBI, 1416 runs scored, 3000 base hits, 440 doubles, 166 triples, and 83 stolen bases. He was selected to the All-Star team 15 times, starting in right field in seven of them.

He was a great defensive player as he won 12 consecutive Gold Glove awards from 1961 until 1972. He won four batting titles and ranks 27th all time in total base hits. His best season came in 1966 when he won his only MVP award.

2) Babe Ruth

In his 22 year career, he had a .342 average, a .474 on base percentage, a .690 slugging percentage, 714 home runs, 2217 RBI, 2174 runs scored, 2873 base hits, 506 doubles, and 123 stolen bases. His best season was in 1920. In that season, he had a .376 average, 54 home runs, 137 RBI’s, 158 runs scored and 14 stolen bases.

1) Hank Aaron

In his 23 year career, he had a .305 average, 755 home runs, 2297 RBI, 2174 runs scored, 3771 base hits, 624 doubles, and 240 stolen bases. He was selected to the All-Star team an amazing 25 times, starting in right field in fourteen of them. He won two batting titles, led the league in slugging percentage four  times, and in home runs four times.

He was also a good defensive outfielder as he won three consecutive Gold Glove awards from 1958 until 1960. He ranks fourth all time in runs scored, third in base hits, second in homers, first in RBI, and first in total bases.