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Top 100 MLB Players of My Lifetime: #40 - #21

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Yes, Pujols is too low but again I was conservative with players who still have several years left in their career.

 

#40

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Jeff Kent, 2B

 

#39

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Will Clark, 1B

 

#38

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Carlos Beltran, CF

 

#37

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Vladimir Guerrero, RF

 

#36

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John Smoltz, SP/RP

 

#35

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Tom Glavine, SP

 

#34

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Alan Trammell, SS

 

#33

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Jim Edmonds, CF

 

#32

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Curt Schilling, SP

 

#31

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Ozzie Smith, SS

 

#30

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Derek Jeter, SS

 

#29

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Lou Whitaker, 2B

 

#28

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Mike Mussina, SP

 

#27

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Albert Pujols, 1B/LF

 

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Jim Thome, 1B/DH/3B

 

#25

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Paul Molitor, DH/3B/2B

 

#24

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Tim Raines, LF

 

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Craig Biggio, 2B

 

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Ryne Sandberg, 2B

 

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Ivan Rodriguez, C

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Well I certainly wouldn't argue with anyone who claimed Biggio was better as that was pretty much a toss up for me, hence why they are ranked next to each other. In fact he was one player among many others that when I finished the list I was afraid I may have underrated him. But again there was only so much time I wanted put into this list.

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