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ALL-TIME PLAYER RANKINGS

The Top 100 Third Basemen of All-Time

How We Ranked The Players   |   Third Basemen by the Numbers   |   Top 100:   C   1B   2B   SS   3B   LF   CF   RF   P

Rankings

#1.  Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt
Years:
1972-1989

Primary Team:
Philadelphia Phillies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
106.6
58.6
27.4
15.0
379.7

#2.  Eddie Mathews

Eddie Mathews
Years:
1952-1968

Primary Team:
Milwaukee Braves
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
96.4
54.2
24.4
13.0
334.4

#3.  Wade Boggs

Wade Boggs
Years:
1982-1999

Primary Team:
Boston Red Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
91.1
56.1
25.8
11.0
330.4

#4.  George Brett

George Brett
Years:
1973-1993

Primary Team:
Kansas City Royals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
88.4
53.2
26.3
17.0
320.6

#5.  Adrian Beltre

Adrian Beltre
Years:
1998-2018

Primary Team:
Texas Rangers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
95.7
49.3
24.6
6.0
318.7

#6.  Chipper Jones

Chipper Jones
Years:
1993-2012

Primary Team:
Atlanta Braves
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
85.0
46.7
22.0
15.0
294.6

#7.  Brooks Robinson

Brooks Robinson
Years:
1955-1977

Primary Team:
The Birds
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
78.4
45.8
24.1
18.0
283.5

#8.  Ron Santo

Ron Santo
Years:
1960-1974

Primary Team:
Chicago Cubs
Santo did not live to see his election to the Baseball Hall of Fame. A year after his death, the veterans committee elected him for the honor. It's one of the most egregious examples of stupidity by the electorate of that institution. Santo was not only worthy, he was the best third baseman in baseball for close to a decade, bridging the gap between fellow National Leaguers Eddie Mathews and Mike Schmidt. Was Santo better than Brooks Robinson? He was at his peak, whether measured by three-year, five-year, or seven-year increments. Robinson rates slightly ahead on this all-time list because of his career length. Whereas Robinson was judged 90% by his defense, Santo was closer to a 50/50 player. His defense was excellent, but he could hit the hall out of the ball too. Players like Robinson, who are clearly greater at one thing, are usually overrated a bit. While players with more diverse skills tend to be underrated.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
70.4
53.9
27.6
0.0
280.1

#9.  Paul Molitor

Paul Molitor
Years:
1978-1998

Primary Team:
Brew Crew
Molitor injured nearly every part of his body early in his career: his ribs, both ankles, his right wrist, his right elbow, his groin, both hamstrings, a few fingers, and his right shoulder. He missed nearly an entire season after undergoing Tommy John surgery. By the time he was 33, Molitor couldn't throw the ball far enough to play in the field, but his bat was always a threat so he settled in as a designated hitter, becoming one of the best ever. After the age of 33, Molitor hit .316 with three 200-hit seasons and nearly 1,500 hits. He hit .341 at the age of 39 when he returned to his hometown Twins and set a career-best with 225 hits. His swing was compared to Joe DiMaggio's and in 1987 "Molly" set aim at Joltin' Joe when he hit in 39 straight games, coming closer to DiMaggio's record than anyone other than Pete Rose.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
75.4
39.7
17.9
11.0
264.6

#10.  Scott Rolen

Scott Rolen
Years:
1996-2012

Primary Team:
Phillies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
70.0
43.5
22.2
15.0
259.9

#11.  Frank Baker

Frank Baker
Years:
1908-1922

Primary Team:
Philadelphia A's
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
62.8
46.6
24.4
29.0
256.1

#12.  Buddy Bell

Buddy Bell
Years:
1972-1989

Primary Team:
Texas Rangers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
66.1
40.3
19.5
0.0
254.2

#13.  Graig Nettles

Graig Nettles
Years:
1967-1988

Primary Team:
Yankees
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
68.0
42.2
21.1
24.0
253.8

#14.  Ken Boyer

Ken Boyer
Years:
1955-1969

Primary Team:
St. Louis Cardinals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
62.8
46.4
22.4
6.0
247.8

#15.  Edgar Martinez

Edgar Martinez
Years:
1987-2004

Primary Team:
The M's
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
68.3
43.6
20.0
0.0
245.8

#16.  Sal Bando

Sal Bando
Years:
1966-1981

Primary Team:
Swingin A's
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
61.4
44.3
21.2
16.0
240.0

#17.  Darrell Evans

Darrell Evans
Years:
1969-1989

Primary Team:
Atlanta Braves
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
58.5
37.1
21.1
1.0
224.1

#18.  Robin Ventura

Robin Ventura
Years:
1989-2004

Primary Team:
Chicago White Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
55.9
38.6
18.5
4.0
220.2

#19.  Evan Longoria

Evan Longoria
Years:
2008-2018

Primary Team:
Tampa Bay Rays
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
52.0
40.9
22.4
5.0
219.8

#20.  Ron Cey

Ron Cey
Years:
1971-1987

Primary Team:
Los Angeles Dodgers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
53.5
36.8
18.0
17.0
215.1

#21.  David Wright

David Wright
Years:
2004-2018

Primary Team:
New York Mets
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
50.4
40.3
22.3
1.0
214.1

#22.  Toby Harrah

Toby Harrah
Years:
1969-1986

Primary Team:
Texas Rangers
Harrah was influenced by his first big league manager Ted Williams, who instructed the young hitter to be more patient and to look for his pitch. Harrah took note and became one of the most discerning hitters in the game over the course of his career, averaging 87 walks per season in his 17 seasons. Harrah was capable of playing shortstop: he appeared in more than 800 games at that position and over 1,000 at the hot corner. He was a 20/20 man with Texas and Cleveland, showing off his power and speed. The Rangers did something unusual when they made Harrah their second baseman at the age of 36. Toby played his final two seasons as a second baseman, played the position well, and kept up his offensive production, posting a .389 on-base percentage and hitting 16 home runs.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
51.3
35.5
19.3
0.0
202.9

#23.  Al Rosen

Al Rosen
Years:
1947-1956

Primary Team:
Cleveland Indians
Missed a minimum of three years due to a four-year enlistment in the U.S. Navy and being stuck in the minor league backlog after the war ended. When the Indians handed Rosen the third base job in 1950 he led the league in home runs. He averaged 30 homers, 89 runs, 108 RBIs, and 87 walks his first six seasons. Like Bobby Doerr, Rosen suffered from chronic back problems that contributed to his early retirement at the age of 32. Another reason the strong-willed Rosen retired was a disagreement with Cleveland general manager Hank Greenberg over salary and playing time. At one point, Greenberg had mentored the young Rosen, helping him handle the strain of being a Jewish star in the big leagues. Like Greenberg, Rosen later forged a career in the front office with the Yankees, Astros, and Giants, helping his teams to two pennants and one World Series title.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
32.6
33.2
21.9
5.0
197.2

#24.  Matt Williams

Matt Williams
Years:
1987-2003

Primary Team:
SF Giants
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
46.4
33.9
16.3
8.0
196.5

#25.  Josh Donaldson

Josh Donaldson
Years:
2010-2018

Primary Team:
Oakland A's
When does present gratification outweigh the promise of the future? On July 8, 2008 the Chicago Cubs were 3 1/2 games in front in the NL Central. They wanted pitching depth and rang up Billy Beane and the Oakland A's, who were always willing to deal. The Cubs got starter Rich Harden and reliever Chad Gaudin for Donaldson and three others. Donaldson was the only minor leaguer in the group, but he was the guy Beane wanted. In his first pro season, Donaldson hit .335 with power as a catcher. He wasn't hitting as well in Peoria in '08, but the 22-year old was one of the best prospects in the Cubs' farm system. The Cubs went on to win the division by 7 1/2 games, Harden going 5-1 in 12 starts. They were swept by the Braves in the first round of the playoffs and it was the last hurrah for that group of players, the Cubs sinking the next few years in anticipation of another rebuild. The A's made Donaldson a first baseman and then a third baseman. He was never a very capable catcher. But his bat was first-rate and major league quality years before he got to the majors. The A's were masters at keeping a player in their system long enough that they could maximize their control of him at the top level, so Donaldson wasn't given a big league job until he was 26. He hit nine homers in half a season and then in his second year he batted over .300 and had 24 homers, finishing fourth in AL MVP voting. He improved to 29 homers the following year, and that's when Beane did what he does and traded his stud to the Blue Jays for a boat load of young players. Donaldson hit 41 homers, led the league in RBIs, and won the MVP. He was fourth in the MVP race the next year when he hit 37 homers, scored 122 runs, and walked 109 times. In his first five full seasons, Donaldson has been an offensive machine, averaging 67 extra-base hits and 87 walks. He also rates above average as a defender. He got a late start, but he's doing a lot of things that could move him way up on this list if he can stay healthy. Meanwhile the Cubs can only wonder what his bat would do in Wrigley Field.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
38.5
38.8
23.8
0.0
189.7

#26.  Bob Elliott

Bob Elliott
Years:
1939-1953

Primary Team:
Boston Braves
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
50.4
35.0
18.5
7.0
188.8

#27.  Heinie Groh

Heinie Groh
Years:
1912-1927

Primary Team:
NY Giants
One of the most unusual players in the history of the game. Groh took his stance at the very front of the batters' box and he liked to stand with an open posture. He used a famous "bottle bat" that looked like a table leg. The barrel was three times the size of the handle and dramatically flared. It was one of the heaviest bats in use. Groh's offensive strategy was to pound the ball into the ground in an effort to get a high hop or push the ball past an infielder. He was also a great bunter who liked to drag the ball toward first base from his right-handed spot in the box. He usually choked up on the big bat but he could also swing away, and he led the league in doubles twice. His strange approach to hitting might have unnerved pitchers: he led the league in walks once and ranked in the top five on five occasions. He also usually finished near the top of the league in being hit by pitches. From 1915 to 1918, no other batter in the National League got on base as often as Groh. He frequently batted behind Edd Roush in the batting order and the two of them worked out a number of hit-and-run and steal plays. In 1924 Groh suffered a very bad knee injury and he served the following three years as primarily a player/coach appearing in a handful of games each year for the Giants and Pirates.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
48.2
35.7
18.0
13.0
188.2

#28.  Stan Hack

Stan Hack
Years:
1932-1947

Primary Team:
Cubbies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
52.5
35.2
17.0
15.0
187.0

#29.  Doug DeCinces

Doug DeCinces
Years:
1973-1987

Primary Team:
The O's
Eddie Mathews had to replace Bob Elliot in Milwaukee. Toby Harrah replaced Graig Nettles in New York. Kevin Seitzer replaced George Brett at third. But Doug DeCinces had it worse than all of them: he had the task of replacing Brooks Robinson in Baltimore. Mathews made a lot of people forget Elliot, and when the Braves moved to Atlanta it was easier to forget. Harrah was a short-term replacement for Nettles and he suffered under boo birds for only one season. Royals' fans had Brett at first base and DH to still cheer for when Seitzer supplanted their hero at the hot corner, and no one wanted to see Brett play third anymore anyway. DeCinces had a tall task in following a player the stature of Robinson, revered in the city. People in Baltimore named their children after Brooks Robinson. But DeCinces lived through it and came out the other side pretty good. In six years as the starting third baseman for the O's, DeCinces had a rough time at first dealing with the inevitable comparisons to the master. He also suffered under the iron grip of manager Earl Weaver who pushed him hard and yanked him between second base and third base early in his career. A lean right-handed batter who stood straight up and was very relaxed at the plate, DeCinces had more power than Brooksie, hitting as many as 28 homers for Baltimore. He was traded to the Angels after the 1981 season, in part because of the long shadow of Robinson and in part because the Orioles resented his active involvement in the labor stoppage. Always a sunny-faced California guy, DeCinces flourished with the Halos, hitting 20 or more homers four times and finishing third in MVP voting his first year with the club. Like Al Rosen, DeCinces dealt with back woes and he retired at the age of 36 after a few injury-riddled seasons.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
41.6
31.3
18.8
3.0
179.2

#30.  Larry Gardner

Larry Gardner
Years:
1908-1924

Primary Team:
Boston Red Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
48.1
31.4
15.0
16.0
173.1

#31.  Troy Glaus

Troy Glaus
Years:
1998-2010

Primary Team:
The Halos
Glaus had a lot of fine power-hitting seasons, helped the Angels to their first World Series title (was named MVP of the Fall Classic), then he suffered a series of injuries and his body wore down until he had to quit at the age of 33. He hit 35+ homers for three teams, something only four players have ever done. He was a pretty poor defensive third baseman, but his teams didn't mind the trade off for his booming bat.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
37.9
32.9
17.5
4.0
172.6

#32.  Carney Lansford

Carney Lansford
Years:
1978-1992

Primary Team:
Oakland A's
How many trades work out for both teams? The one involving Lansford and Tony Armas at baseball's winter meetings in 1982 turned out that way. The Red Sox didn't need Lansford, they had Wade Boggs primed and ready for third base. The A's wanted to move Mike Davis into their outfield and were growing weary of Armas' defense. But both players blossomed in their new homes. Armas' powerful right-handed swing was made for Fenway Park where he won a home run title. Lansford settled in for a decade-long run with the A's, helping them to three consecutive pennants. It might have been the fact that Lansford was comfortable in his environs, since he was born and raised in San Jose. Eventually he was named captain of the A's and had several great post-season series for the club. His knee was injured in a snowmobile accident, an injury that helped hasten the end of his career at the age of 35.
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
40.2
28.4
13.9
9.0
171.8

#33.  Ryan Zimmerman

Ryan Zimmerman
Years:
2005-2018

Primary Team:
Washington Nationals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
38.0
31.6
18.2
0.0
170.0

#34.  Manny Machado

Manny Machado
Years:
2012-2018

Primary Team:
Baltimore Oioles
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
33.8
33.8
20.7
3.0
168.9

#35.  Bill Madlock

Bill Madlock
Years:
1973-1987

Primary Team:
Chicago Cubs
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
38.0
28.3
15.9
2.0
167.0

#36.  Eric Chavez

Eric Chavez
Years:
1998-2014

Primary Team:
Oakland A's
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
37.4
30.9
16.8
0.0
165.5

#37.  Tim Wallach

Tim Wallach
Years:
1980-1996

Primary Team:
The Expos
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
38.3
30.5
14.9
0.0
165.5

#38.  Nolan Arenado

Nolan Arenado
Years:
2013-2018

Primary Team:
Colorado Rockies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
33.0
33.1
19.6
0.0
164.8

#39.  Harlond Clift

Harlond Clift
Years:
1934-1945

Primary Team:
St. Louis Browns
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
39.1
32.6
18.1
0.0
163.7

#40.  Gary Gaetti

Gary Gaetti
Years:
1981-2000

Primary Team:
Twinkies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
42.0
25.0
13.4
2.0
163.6

#41.  Jeff Cirillo

Jeff Cirillo
Years:
1994-2007

Primary Team:
Milwaukee Brewers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
34.5
30.5
16.0
0.0
158.4

#42.  Travis Fryman

Travis Fryman
Years:
1990-2002

Primary Team:
Detroit Tigers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
34.3
28.3
14.8
0.0
154.1

#43.  Art Devlin

Art Devlin
Years:
1904-1913

Primary Team:
New York Giants
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
36.6
32.7
17.4
8.0
153.7

#44.  Ken Keltner

Ken Keltner
Years:
1937-1950

Primary Team:
The Tribe
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
33.8
28.6
16.4
6.0
152.7

#45.  Don Money

Don Money
Years:
1968-1983

Primary Team:
Milwaukee Brewers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
36.3
27.5
14.9
0.0
152.4

#46.  Ken McMullen

Ken McMullen
Years:
1962-1977

Primary Team:
Los Angeles Angels
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
34.1
30.0
15.2
0.0
152.1

#47.  George Kell

George Kell
Years:
1943-1957

Primary Team:
Detroit Tigers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
37.4
27.7
13.8
0.0
152.0

#48.  Eddie Yost

Eddie Yost
Years:
1944-1962

Primary Team:
Washington Senators
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
34.2
28.3
14.9
0.0
151.5

#49.  Aramis Ramirez

Aramis Ramirez
Years:
1998-2015

Primary Team:
Chicago Cubs
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
32.2
29.3
15.1
0.0
150.6

#50.  Buddy Lewis

Buddy Lewis
Years:
1935-1949

Primary Team:
Washington Senators
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
26.7
24.6
12.9
0.0
147.8

#51.  Bobby Bonilla

Bobby Bonilla
Years:
1986-2001

Primary Team:
Pittsburgh Pirates
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
30.1
27.4
14.0
0.0
146.2

#52.  Edgardo Alfonzo

Edgardo Alfonzo
Years:
1995-2006

Primary Team:
New York Mets
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.7
28.9
18.6
0.0
146.1

#53.  Heinie Zimmerman

Heinie Zimmerman
Years:
1907-1919

Primary Team:
Chicago Cubs
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
33.6
29.6
16.9
6.0
143.4

#54.  Jimmy Collins

Jimmy Collins
Years:
1895-1908

Primary Team:
Boston Americans
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
53.3
38.4
18.9
5.0
142.1

#55.  Hank Thompson

Hank Thompson
Years:
1947-1956

Primary Team:
The G-Men
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.8
24.1
14.5
6.0
141.8

#56.  Pie Traynor

Pie Traynor
Years:
1920-1937

Primary Team:
Pirates
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
36.2
25.8
12.6
8.0
141.6

#57.  Kyle Seager

Kyle Seager
Years:
2011-2018

Primary Team:
The M's
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
27.9
27.1
17.0
0.0
141.3

#58.  Martin Prado

Martin Prado
Years:
2006-2018

Primary Team:
Colorado Rockies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
29.3
26.4
14.3
6.0
140.3

#59.  Willie Kamm

Willie Kamm
Years:
1923-1935

Primary Team:
Chicago White Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
35.2
26.0
13.7
0.0
140.2

#60.  Edwin Encarnacion

Edwin Encarnacion
Years:
2005-2018

Primary Team:
Blue Jays
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
32.2
25.7
13.5
2.0
139.2

#61.  Bill Bradley

Bill Bradley
Years:
1899-1915

Primary Team:
Cleveland
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
37.0
34.8
20.4
0.0
138.6

#62.  Melvin Mora

Melvin Mora
Years:
1999-2011

Primary Team:
Baltimore Orioles
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.2
26.0
15.0
0.0
136.8

#63.  Richie Hebner

Richie Hebner
Years:
1968-1985

Primary Team:
Pittsburgh Pirates
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
32.9
23.4
12.8
2.0
136.6

#64.  Terry Pendleton

Terry Pendleton
Years:
1984-1998

Primary Team:
St. Louis Cardinals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.2
25.2
15.5
16.0
136.5

#65.  Ken Caminiti

Ken Caminiti
Years:
1987-2001

Primary Team:
Houston Astros
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
33.3
29.6
16.3
3.0
135.2

#66.  Kevin Seitzer

Kevin Seitzer
Years:
1986-1997

Primary Team:
KC Royals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.7
25.1
14.0
0.0
134.7

#67.  Matt Carpenter

Matt Carpenter
Years:
2011-2018

Primary Team:
The Cards
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
25.9
26.0
15.4
6.0
134.4

#68.  Freddie Lindstrom

Freddie Lindstrom
Years:
1924-1936

Primary Team:
Pittsburgh Pirates
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.3
26.3
17.1
1.0
131.5

#69.  Red Smith

Red Smith
Years:
1911-1919

Primary Team:
Boston Braves
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
27.0
26.3
12.7
0.0
130.3

#70.  Ray Boone

Ray Boone
Years:
1948-1960

Primary Team:
Detroit Tigers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
25.8
22.1
12.5
0.0
129.3

#71.  Chase Headley

Chase Headley
Years:
2007-2018

Primary Team:
San Diego Padres
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
26.1
24.2
13.7
0.0
129.0

#72.  Jimmy Dykes

Jimmy Dykes
Years:
1918-1939

Primary Team:
Philadelphia A's
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
35.4
21.4
10.6
0.0
128.6

#73.  Justin Turner

Justin Turner
Years:
2009-2018

Primary Team:
LA Dodgers
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.1
24.3
15.0
10.0
127.7

#74.  Jim Ray Hart

Jim Ray Hart
Years:
1963-1974

Primary Team:
SF Giants
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.9
25.0
17.7
0.0
127.6

#75.  Bob Bailey

Bob Bailey
Years:
1962-1978

Primary Team:
Montreal Expos
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.7
23.4
12.7
0.0
127.3

#76.  Clete Boyer

Clete Boyer
Years:
1955-1971

Primary Team:
New York Yankees
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
27.6
23.6
12.4
13.0
126.8

#77.  Corey Koskie

Corey Koskie
Years:
1998-2006

Primary Team:
The Twinkies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.6
23.8
14.5
0.0
125.2

#78.  Mike Lowell

Mike Lowell
Years:
1998-2010

Primary Team:
Florida Marlins
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.8
23.4
12.6
8.0
123.7

#79.  Jose Ramirez

Jose Ramirez
Years:
2013-2018

Primary Team:
The Tribe
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
22.0
22.1
18.9
4.0
123.3

#80.  Kris Bryant

Kris Bryant
Years:
2015-2018

Primary Team:
Chicago Cubs
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
21.6
21.6
19.7
7.0
122.9

#81.  Todd Frazier

Todd Frazier
Years:
2011-2018

Primary Team:
Cincinnati Reds
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
23.7
22.9
12.6
0.0
121.2

#82.  Casey Blake

Casey Blake
Years:
1999-2011

Primary Team:
Cleveland Indians
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.9
22.1
11.6
0.0
120.0

#83.  Ken Oberkfell

Ken Oberkfell
Years:
1977-1992

Primary Team:
St. Louis Cardinals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
22.4
22.0
10.2
3.0
119.3

#84.  Chone Figgins

Chone Figgins
Years:
2002-2014

Primary Team:
Anaheim Angels
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
22.0
22.5
15.0
0.0
118.6

#85.  Pinky Higgins

Pinky Higgins
Years:
1930-1946

Primary Team:
Boston Red Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
27.5
21.2
12.0
0.0
118.0

#86.  Howard Johnson

Howard Johnson
Years:
1982-1995

Primary Team:
New York Mets
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
22.1
22.9
14.8
2.0
117.5

#87.  Anthony Rendon

Anthony Rendon
Years:
2013-2018

Primary Team:
Washington Nationals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
21.1
21.1
16.8
0.0
117.2

#88.  Billy Werber

Billy Werber
Years:
1930-1942

Primary Team:
Boston Red Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
25.1
22.6
13.7
0.0
116.2

#89.  Red Rolfe

Red Rolfe
Years:
1931-1942

Primary Team:
New York Yankees
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
23.5
22.2
14.5
17.0
116.1

#90.  Harry Steinfeldt

Harry Steinfeldt
Years:
1898-1911

Primary Team:
Chicago Cubs
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
30.7
26.4
15.7
15.0
114.9

#91.  Bill Mueller

Bill Mueller
Years:
1996-2006

Primary Team:
Boston Red Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
23.8
19.7
11.9
1.0
113.7

#92.  Willie Jones

Willie Jones
Years:
1947-1961

Primary Team:
Phillies
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
25.1
20.1
11.2
4.0
113.6

#93.  Ossie Bluege

Ossie Bluege
Years:
1922-1939

Primary Team:
Senators
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
28.3
19.7
10.6
5.0
112.9

#94.  Bob Horner

Bob Horner
Years:
1978-1988

Primary Team:
Atlanta Braves
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
21.7
18.9
10.5
0.0
112.8

#95.  Whitey Kurowski

Whitey Kurowski
Years:
1941-1949

Primary Team:
St. Louis Cardinals
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.0
24.1
15.6
13.0
112.0

#96.  Doug Rader

Doug Rader
Years:
1967-1977

Primary Team:
Houston Astros
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.4
19.6
10.3
0.0
110.1

#97.  Don Hoak

Don Hoak
Years:
1954-1964

Primary Team:
Pittsburgh Pirates
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
21.2
21.2
12.7
5.0
109.2

#98.  Pablo Sandoval

Pablo Sandoval
Years:
2008-2018

Primary Team:
SF Giants
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
18.4
20.7
13.7
7.0
108.2

#99.  Eric Soderholm

Eric Soderholm
Years:
1971-1980

Primary Team:
Chicago White Sox
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
21.5
20.3
12.0
0.0
107.6

#100.  Eddie Foster

Eddie Foster
Years:
1910-1923

Primary Team:
Washington Senators
WAR WAR7 WAR3 CHWAR SCORE
24.1
21.2
12.0
0.0
107.0