The best left fielders in the history of baseball
By: Art West
There have been may great Left Fielders in baseball history. The first player that comes to my mind is my all-time favorite player, Billy Williams of the Chicago Cubs. Billy Williams is in the Hall of Fame with a career batting average of .290, 2...
Who are the best hitters in baseball- past, present and future?
By: Matt Contreras
There have been many great hitters over the past 100 years. Such as Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, etc. In my opinion, I like the player who helps their team win as many games as they can. From the past, I’m...
New York Yankees all-time win leading pitchers
By: William Menna
In the history of the New York Yankees, 16 pitchers have totaled more than 100 wins with the team. The top five New York Yankees' all-time wins leaders include three pitchers with more than 200 wins and three Hall of Famers. Whitey Ford: 236 wins...
Oakland Athletics all-time win leading pitchers
By: William Menna
In their 110-year history, the Oakland Athletics have won nine World Series, the third highest total in Major League Baseball. Each of the top five Oakland Athletics' all-time wins leaders have pitched for World Series winners with the team, including four multiple winners. Eddie Plank:...
New York Mets all-time win leading pitchers
By: William Menna
Among the New York Mets' all-time wins leaders, one pitcher stands out as the best. Tom Seaver holds the team records in several categories including wins, strikeouts, earned run average, innings pitched, and shutouts. He is the only current member of the Hall of Fame...
By: Thom W. Conroy
Among the big league infielders active during the decades of the 1980's and 1990's, Paul Molitor was a consistent offensive threat that could play a variety of positions on the field and provide leadership in the clubhouse. While never a flashy baseball player, Molitor simply...
By: William Menna
Originally the Washington Senators, the Minnesota Twins have had ten pitchers win more than 100 games win the organization. The Minnesota Twins' all-time wins leaders are topped by the second winningest pitcher in Major League history, Walter Johnson. Walter Johnson: 417 wins Washington Senators Hall...
By: Thom W. Conroy
Among the great baseball players in the history of the Chicago Cubs franchise, Billy Williams was easily embraced as one of the most-liked and most productive players every to grace the confines of Wrigley Field. A tall, lanky outfielder and fist baseman, Williams excelled at...
By: Kory Ross
The greatest baseball team of all time needs to consist of players who are great in all aspects of the game. How ever I need to warn you that I am a National League fan so there will be no DH in my line up...
By: Ted Sherman
Of course, it is appropriate to honor the Scooter for the fun and excitement he brought to baseball, both on and off the field. It should also bring some thoughts about comparing him to another prominent name who also reached a milestone in his career...

 

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