ALL-TIME PLAYER RANKINGS

Top 100 Players in Baseball History

Rankings

#1.  Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth

RF     1914-1935        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
509.5 163.1 89.7 41.6 126.4

#2.  Ted Williams

Ted Williams

LF     1939-1960        Primary Team: Boston Red Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
488.6 123.1 72.7 34.1 97.9

#3.  Willie Mays

Willie Mays

CF     1951-1973        Primary Team: San Francisco Giants

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
486.6 156.2 73.6 32.9 114.9

#4.  Walter Johnson

Walter Johnson

SP     1907-1927        Primary Team: Washington Senators

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
429.6 165.6 83.1 40.0 124.4

#5.  Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron

RF     1954-1976        Primary Team: Atlanta Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
428.8 142.6 61.7 28.0 102.2

#6.  Stan Musial

Stan Musial

LF     1941-1963        Primary Team: St. Louis Cardinals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
420.3 128.1 64.4 30.4 96.3

#7.  Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds

LF     1986-2007        Primary Team: San Francisco Giants

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
411.8 162.4 78.8 37.1 120.6

#8.  Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle

CF     1951-1968        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
409.6 109.7 64.8 33.1 87.3

#9.  Ty Cobb

Ty Cobb

CF     1905-1928        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
397.4 151.0 69.1 32.6 110.1

#10.  Rogers Hornsby

Rogers Hornsby

2B     1915-1937        Primary Team: St. Louis Cardinals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
377.4 127.0 73.4 33.3 100.2

#11.  Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig

1B     1923-1939        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
374.3 112.4 67.8 31.8 90.1

He was good enough to be in the lineup when he was 20 years old, maybe even when he was 19, but Gehrig had to wait for Wally Pipp to "Wally Pipp" himself. Nearly 80 years after he played his last game, no first baseman has come close to Lou Gehrig's greatness. Year after year he piled up big numbers: Gehrig had nine seasons of 350+ total bases and nine straight years of at least 120 runs scored, 120 RBIs, and 70 extra-base hits. He drove in more than a run per game five times, the last time when he was 34 years old.

#12.  Rickey Henderson

Rickey Henderson

LF     1979-2003        Primary Team: Oakland A's

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
362.5 110.8 59.0 28.6 84.9

#13.  Tris Speaker

Tris Speaker

CF     1907-1928        Primary Team: Cleveland Indians

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
361.4 133.7 62.2 29.1 98.0

#14.  Eddie Collins

Eddie Collins

2B     1906-1930        Primary Team: Chicago White Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
359.4 123.9 64.2 29.5 94.1

#15.  Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt

3B     1972-1989        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
351.8 106.5 58.6 27.4 82.6

#16.  Joe Morgan

Joe Morgan

2B     1963-1984        Primary Team: Cincinnati Reds

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
351.1 100.3 59.4 30.0 79.9

#17.  Joe DiMaggio

Joe DiMaggio

CF     1936-1951        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
346.5 78.1 51.3 25.4 64.7

#18.  Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson

RF     1956-1976        Primary Team: Cincinnati Reds

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
345.6 107.2 51.6 24.4 79.4

#19.  Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols

1B     2001-2017        Primary Team: St. Louis Cardinals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
345.4 99.4 61.6 27.6 80.5

Pujols was even more consistent than Gehrig, but a notch below overall because of his descent back to the pack in his mid-30s. From age 22 to age 29, Pujols had a WAR between 8.4 and 9.7 every season. That's the foundation for his amazing run of success over his first ten years, when he won three MVPs and finished as runner-up four other times. Pujols actually outperformed Gehrig before the age of 30, leading in WAR, 74-66. But in their 30s, Gehrig stepped on the gas, producing 46 WAR, while as of age 37, Albert only has 26. A few of the first basemen who had a better career than Pujols after the age of 30: Bill Terry, Jeff Bagwell, Dolph Camilli, Norm Cash, and Mark Grace.

#20.  Lefty Grove

Lefty Grove

SP     1925-1941        Primary Team: Philadelphia A's

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
341.7 103.6 66.5 30.8 85.1

#21.  Tom Seaver

Tom Seaver

SP     1967-1986        Primary Team: New York Mets

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
339.0 110.5 56.7 28.8 83.6

#22.  Pete Alexander

Pete Alexander

SP     1911-1930        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
332.6 120.0 67.2 33.6 93.6

#23.  Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens

SP     1984-2007        Primary Team: Boston Red Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
332.5 140.3 65.7 31.9 103.0

#24.  Greg Maddux

Greg Maddux

SP     1986-2008        Primary Team: Atlanta Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
331.2 106.9 55.5 27.4 81.2

#25.  Randy Johnson

Randy Johnson

SP     1988-2009        Primary Team: Seattle Mariners

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
325.8 102.1 63.3 30.1 82.7

#26.  Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez

SS     1994-2016        Primary Team: Seattle Mariners

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
323.9 117.7 64.3 29.2 91.0

After adjustments for era, competitive balance, and contributions to pennant-winning teams, ARod, Ripken, and Wagner are very close. One could argue that my adjustment for era penalizes Wagner too much. But then again, it's difficult to believe that the greatest shortstop in baseball history ended his career before World War I concluded. ARod's hitting exploits (natural and unnatural) were so great that they obscure his ability as a defender. He was quick and had excellent feet for a bigger man. The Yankees insisted on moving him to third base, which was silly, but necessary to mollify Derek Jeter's ego. You could rank Ripken ahead of ARod and it wouldn't look ridiculous. But Wagner, having not faced all the best players, having spent half his career playing the outfield and elsewhere, and having played in an era when the difference between the best players and the average players was so large, his stats are inflated. After our adjustments, ARod comes out slightly ahead among this trio.

#27.  Cal Ripken Jr.

Cal Ripken Jr.

SS     1981-2001        Primary Team: Baltimore Orioles

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
322.7 95.5 56.0 29.6 75.8

#28.  Mel Ott

Mel Ott

RF     1926-1947        Primary Team: New York Giants

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
320.8 107.8 54.7 25.1 81.3

#29.  Eddie Mathews

Eddie Mathews

3B     1952-1968        Primary Team: Milwaukee Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
319.0 96.4 54.2 24.4 75.3

#30.  Carl Yastrzemski

Carl Yastrzemski

LF     1961-1983        Primary Team: Boston Red Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
317.1 96.1 51.8 31.4 74.0

#31.  Wade Boggs

Wade Boggs

3B     1982-1999        Primary Team: Boston Red Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
311.9 91.1 56.1 25.8 73.6

#32.  Jimmie Foxx

Jimmie Foxx

1B     1925-1945        Primary Team: Philadelphia Athletics

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
311.8 96.4 59.5 28.6 78.0

Among the famous position switches in history, Foxx's is the most important because of the magnitude of the two players involved. Years later the Brewers would convert Paul Molitor into a second baseman because they already had Robin Yount at short. The Yankees moved Alex Rodriguez to third to keep Derek Jeter in position. But when Connie Mack made teenage catcher Foxx into a first baseman because he already had Mickey Cochrane behind the plate, he launched a dynasty. The two future Hall of Famers helped the A's win three straight pennants and formed the heart of one of baseball's greatest teams. Foxx won two MVPs with Philadelphia and added one later with Boston. He retired having hit more home runs than any other right-handed batter, a record he held for 21 years until Willie Mays surpassed it.

#33.  George Brett

George Brett

3B     1973-1993        Primary Team: Kansas City Royals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
308.6 88.4 53.2 26.3 70.8

#34.  Roberto Clemente

Roberto Clemente

RF     1955-1972        Primary Team: Pittsburgh Pirates

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
306.0 94.5 50.0 22.9 72.3

#35.  Bob Gibson

Bob Gibson

SP     1959-1975        Primary Team: St. Louis Cardinals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
303.9 89.9 55.9 30.5 72.9

#36.  Adrian Beltre

Adrian Beltre

3B     1998-2017        Primary Team: Texas Rangers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
302.3 93.9 49.7 24.6 71.8

#37.  Honus Wagner

Honus Wagner

SS     1897-1917        Primary Team: Pittsburgh Pirates

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
301.7 130.6 65.2 30.9 97.9

#38.  Christy Mathewson

Christy Mathewson

SP     1900-1916        Primary Team: New York Giants

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
300.5 101.7 63.4 30.2 82.6

#39.  Al Kaline

Al Kaline

RF     1953-1974        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
296.8 92.5 48.3 24.6 70.4

#40.  Warren Spahn

Warren Spahn

SP     1942-1965        Primary Team: Milwaukee Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
294.9 100.2 49.7 26.2 75.0

#41.  Bob Feller

Bob Feller

SP     1936-1956        Primary Team: Cleveland Indians

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
291.7 63.6 51.8 29.2 57.7

#42.  Phil Niekro

Phil Niekro

SP     1964-1987        Primary Team: Atlanta Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
290.6 96.6 53.6 26.7 75.1

#43.  Steve Carlton

Steve Carlton

SP     1965-1988        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
289.6 90.4 51.6 29.2 71.0

#44.  Ken Griffey Jr.

Ken Griffey Jr.

CF     1989-2010        Primary Team: Seattle Mariners

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
289.0 83.6 53.9 27.5 68.8

#45.  Bert Blyleven

Bert Blyleven

SP     1970-1992        Primary Team: Minnesota Twins

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
288.7 95.3 50.7 25.0 73.0

#46.  Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson

2B     1947-1956        Primary Team: Brooklyn Dodgers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
286.7 61.5 52.3 27.8 56.9

#47.  Johnny Mize

Johnny Mize

1B     1936-1953        Primary Team: St. Louis Cardinals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
281.4 71.0 48.8 22.4 59.9

Mize was ahead of his time in the science of bat speed. He kept a trunk filled with bats in his locker, each of them of varying weights. He used the lighter bats against hard throwers and the heavier ones against softer tossers. It worked: Big Jawn had the second-most homers in NL history when he played his last game in that league in 1949. Mize was 29 when he enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1942. He missed three full seasons and part of another, but when he returned he was just as lethal with a bat. He won two home run titles in his mid-30s and probably missed 100 homers because of WWII. He and Greenberg both get a boost in our rankings for having missed prime years while in the military.

#48.  Pedro Martinez

Pedro Martinez

SP     1992-2009        Primary Team: Boston Red Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
278.7 84.0 59.1 30.4 71.6

#49.  Hank Greenberg

Hank Greenberg

1B     1930-1947        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
274.6 57.5 47.7 22.5 52.6

Both Greenberg and Mize had a career OPS+ of 158, and both could hit for high average, draw walks, and hit for tremendous power. They were born almost exactly two years apart. The older Hank was righthanded and Mize was a lefty. Neither was a very good defensive player and both were huge specimens. But that's where the similarities stopped: Mize was a baptist country boy and Greenberg was a Jew born in New York City. Hank played with teammates who did not command headlines, so he became the star. Mize got somewhat lost among the personalities of Joe Medwick, the greatness of young Stan Musial, and later Mel Ott on the Giants. Both have lesser career numbers than they would if they hadn't missed their early 30s due to the war, but both rightly earned Hall of Fame induction.

#50.  Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson

RF     1967-1987        Primary Team: Oakland Athletics

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
274.1 73.8 48.0 24.5 60.9

#51.  Rod Carew

Rod Carew

2B     1967-1985        Primary Team: Minnesota Twins

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
274.1 81.1 49.7 24.9 65.4

#52.  Pee Wee Reese

Pee Wee Reese

SS     1940-1958        Primary Team: Brooklyn Dodgers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
272.8 66.4 40.7 19.0 53.6

#53.  Brooks Robinson

Brooks Robinson

3B     1955-1977        Primary Team: Baltimore Orioles

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
272.4 78.4 45.8 24.1 62.1

#54.  Chipper Jones

Chipper Jones

3B     1993-2012        Primary Team: Atlanta Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
271.7 85.0 46.7 22.0 65.9

#55.  Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts

SP     1948-1966        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
271.3 86.1 53.0 27.1 69.6

#56.  Pete Rose

Pete Rose

LF     1963-1986        Primary Team: Cincinnati Reds

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
271.3 79.1 44.9 22.1 62.0

#57.  Johnny Bench

Johnny Bench

C     1967-1983        Primary Team: Cincinnati Reds

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
271.1 75.0 47.2 23.9 61.1

No one was as great as Bench at his peak and no one was as great for as long as he was. He has the best three-year peak, the best five-year peak, and the second best seven-year peak. Bench kept going and going: he's the only catcher to have as many as ten 4-WAR seasons (and he had 12 of them). If you want a winner, he was behind the plate for four pennant-winning teams and two World Champions. His performance in the 1976 World Series, when he terrorized Yankee pitching and silenced their running game, was his signature moment.

#58.  Curt Schilling

Curt Schilling

SP     1988-2007        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
269.1 79.9 49.8 25.4 64.9

#59.  Arky Vaughan

Arky Vaughan

SS     1932-1948        Primary Team: Pittsburgh Pirates

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
268.2 72.9 50.7 25.5 61.8

#60.  Jeff Bagwell

Jeff Bagwell

1B     1991-2005        Primary Team: Houston Astros

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
267.1 79.6 48.3 23.4 64.0

The big difference between those Bagwell and his "twin" Frank Thomas, is Bagwell's baserunning, and The Big Hurt takes a small hit in career value for playing so many years as a DH... We did not adjust Bagwell for PEDs because we simply do not know if he used, which incidentally didn't seem to matter to the HOF voters... Only two pairs of teammates appeared in more than 2,000 games together: Ron Santo and Billy Williams, and Bagwell and Craig Biggio. All four are in the Hall of Fame. The next duo, coming in at just under 2,000 games, is Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker.

#61.  Duke Snider

Duke Snider

CF     1947-1964        Primary Team: Brooklyn Dodgers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
264.9 66.5 50.0 26.3 58.3

#62.  Ron Santo

Ron Santo

3B     1960-1974        Primary Team: Chicago Cubs

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
262.7 70.4 53.9 27.6 62.2

#63.  Charlie Gehringer

Charlie Gehringer

2B     1924-1942        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
262.7 80.6 50.6 23.7 65.6

#64.  Robin Yount

Robin Yount

SS     1974-1993        Primary Team: Milwaukee Brewers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
262.4 77.0 47.2 24.8 62.1

#65.  Fergie Jenkins

Fergie Jenkins

SP     1965-1983        Primary Team: Chicago Cubs

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
260.5 84.9 50.1 25.3 67.5

#66.  Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter

SS     1995-2014        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
259.0 71.8 42.3 22.1 57.1

#67.  Mike Mussina

Mike Mussina

SP     1991-2008        Primary Team: Baltimore Orioles

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
258.2 83.0 44.5 21.9 63.8

#68.  Ozzie Smith

Ozzie Smith

SS     1978-1996        Primary Team: St. Louis Cardinals

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
256.9 76.5 42.3 20.3 59.4

#69.  Ichiro Suzuki

Ichiro Suzuki

RF     2001-2017        Primary Team: Seattle Mariners

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
253.9 59.6 43.5 22.6 51.6

#70.  Ernie Banks

Ernie Banks

SS     1953-1971        Primary Team: Chicago Cubs

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
253.2 67.4 51.8 27.7 59.6

#71.  Tom Glavine

Tom Glavine

SP     1987-2008        Primary Team: Atlanta Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
253.1 81.5 36.6 18.6 59.1

#72.  Chase Utley

Chase Utley

2B     2003-2017        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
251.3 65.4 49.1 25.0 57.3

#73.  Eddie Plank

Eddie Plank

SP     1901-1917        Primary Team: Philadelphia Athletics

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
249.3 89.9 48.2 22.8 69.1

#74.  Joe Gordon

Joe Gordon

2B     1938-1950        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
249.1 57.1 45.9 21.9 51.5

#75.  Gary Carter

Gary Carter

C     1974-1992        Primary Team: Montreal Expos

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
249.0 69.9 48.2 23.1 59.1

Carter was drafted as a shortstop by the Expos, and of the great catchers, only he and Piazza learned how to play the position in the minor leagues. He was a fantastic athlete (he was offered a scholarship to play quarterback at USC) and worked hard to become a Gold Glove catcher. From 1981 to 1984, Montreal had three Hall of Famers in their prime (Carter, Andre Dawson, and Tim Raines), yet they had a .516 winning percentage and never finished in first place for a full season. They performed 10 games under their pythagorean projection over that four-year span. There was something lacking, and then Carter split for New York and won a title.

#76.  Luke Appling

Luke Appling

SS     1930-1950        Primary Team: Chicago White Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
247.9 74.5 43.9 21.3 59.2

#77.  Frank Thomas

Frank Thomas

1B     1990-2008        Primary Team: Chicago White Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
247.4 73.7 45.1 21.1 59.4

#78.  Paul Molitor

Paul Molitor

3B     1978-1998        Primary Team: Milwaukee Brewers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
246.6 75.4 39.7 17.9 57.6

#79.  Robinson Cano

Robinson Cano

2B     2005-2017        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
246.4 65.7 50.5 24.4 58.1

#80.  Scott Rolen

Scott Rolen

3B     1996-2012        Primary Team: Philadelphia Phillies

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
246.3 70.0 43.5 22.2 56.8

#81.  Bobby Grich

Bobby Grich

2B     1970-1986        Primary Team: California Angels

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
245.7 70.9 46.3 22.9 58.6

#82.  Alan Trammell

Alan Trammell

SS     1977-1996        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
244.7 70.4 44.6 21.5 57.5

#83.  Graig Nettles

Graig Nettles

3B     1967-1988        Primary Team: New York Yankees

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
244.1 68.0 42.2 21.1 55.1

#84.  Nolan Ryan

Nolan Ryan

SP     1966-1993        Primary Team: California Angels

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
243.6 81.8 43.4 21.8 62.6

#85.  Gaylord Perry

Gaylord Perry

SP     1962-1983        Primary Team: San Francisco Giants

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
243.0 91.0 53.2 27.5 72.1

#86.  Frankie Frisch

Frankie Frisch

2B     1919-1937        Primary Team: New York Giants

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
242.0 70.4 44.3 23.8 57.4

#87.  Carlos Beltran

Carlos Beltran

CF     1998-2017        Primary Team: New York Mets

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
241.9 69.8 44.3 21.9 57.1

#88.  Miguel Cabrera

Miguel Cabrera

1B     2003-2017        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
241.7 68.8 44.7 22.0 56.8

There's a big gap between Cabrera and those in front of him on the all-time list, but if Miggy can add three decent seasons (after his injury-marred '17 campaign) he can close that divide and inch his way up the rankings... Will likely end up spending his last few seasons as a DH because his lower back, hips, and legs are starting to betray him... Cabrera's OPS against RHP (.937) is the sixth-highest in baseball history by a righthanded batter. He trails Mike Trout, Manny Ramirez, Mark McGwire, Frank Thomas, and Albert Pujols. His career batting average against RHP (.317), is the second-highest by a RH hitter in history, trailing only Roberto Clemente.

#89.  Larry Walker

Larry Walker

RF     1989-2005        Primary Team: Montreal Expos

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
241.7 72.6 41.8 22.3 57.2

#90.  Jim Thome

Jim Thome

1B     1991-2012        Primary Team: Cleveland Indians

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
240.7 72.9 41.6 20.8 57.3

Four first basemen in this portion of the rankings match up well as "time twins." Sisler is a good match for Hernandez: both were excellent defensive players who made contact and won batting titles. Thome pairs well with Killebrew: both were tremendously powerful sluggers known for hitting high, towering home runs. Both Killer and Thome were also immensely likable lunch pail "Everyday Joe" type of guys. Thome will end up in the Hall of Fame once he's eligible, joining Sisler and Killebrew. But Hernandez has never received much support because his strengths were mismatched with his era when first basemen were mostly big home run hitters.

#91.  Ryne Sandberg

Ryne Sandberg

2B     1981-1997        Primary Team: Chicago Cubs

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
240.5 67.5 46.9 23.4 57.2

#92.  Barry Larkin

Barry Larkin

SS     1986-2004        Primary Team: Cincinnati Reds

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
239.9 70.2 43.1 20.3 56.7

#93.  Nap Lajoie

Nap Lajoie

2B     1896-1916        Primary Team: Cleveland Naps

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
239.4 107.4 60.2 28.4 83.8

#94.  Minnie Minoso

Minnie Minoso

LF     1949-1980        Primary Team: Chicago White Sox

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
238.3 50.2 42.2 21.0 46.2

#95.  Mike Trout

Mike Trout

CF     2011-2017        Primary Team: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
237.5 55.2 55.1 30.7 55.2

#96.  Andruw Jones

Andruw Jones

CF     1996-2012        Primary Team: Atlanta Braves

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
237.4 62.8 46.3 22.5 54.6

#97.  Roberto Alomar

Roberto Alomar

2B     1988-2004        Primary Team: Toronto Blue Jays

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
237.2 66.8 42.8 21.3 54.8

#98.  Lou Whitaker

Lou Whitaker

2B     1977-1995        Primary Team: Detroit Tigers

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
237.0 74.9 37.8 18.9 56.4

#99.  Jim Palmer

Jim Palmer

SP     1965-1984        Primary Team: Baltimore Orioles

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
236.8 69.4 47.0 22.6 58.2

#100.  Lou Boudreau

Lou Boudreau

SS     1938-1952        Primary Team: Cleveland Indians

Score WAR WAR7 WAR3 JAWS
236.0 63.0 48.9 26.4 56.0