American League

Catcher (Choose 1)

  • 1969, 1971-93: bos , cws
    .269 AVG, 376 HR, 1,330 RBI
    Fisk was nicknamed "Pudge." Best known for waiving fair his home run for the Red Sox in the 1975 World Series.
  • 1946-63, 1965: nyy , nym
    .285 AVG, 358 HR, 1,430 RBI
    Berra appeared in 21 World Series as a player, coach or manager. Famous for saying "It ain't over 'til it's over."
  • 1988-2007: cle , csw , sd , nym , col , la , text
    .273 AVG, 112 HR, 588 RBI
    A Rookie of the Year winner and six-time All-Star. A powerful hitter, brother to Roberto, and son of Sandy.

First Base (Choose 1)

  • 1990-2008: cws , oak , tor
    .301 AVG, 521 HR, 1,704 RBI
    "The Big Hurt" was named to five All-Star teams. Hit a career-high 43 home runs and 143 RBIs in 2000.
  • 1977-1997: bal , la , cle , nym , ana
    .287 AVG, 504 HR, 1,917 RBI
    "Steady Eddie" mashed 504 homers en route to Cooperstown, despite never reaching 40 homers in a season.
  • 1989-2005: tor , sea , nym , bos , nyy
    .295 AVG, 255 HR, 1,230 RBI
    One of the sweetest swinging lefties around, Olerud also won three Gold Gloves in a four-year stretch.

Second Base (Choose 1)

  • 1967-1985: min , ana
    .328 AVG, 92 HR, 1,015 RBI
    Carew was named an All-Star a whopping 18 times in his Hall of Fame career. Hit .328 lifetime.
  • 1977-1995: det
    .276 AVG, 244 HR, 1,084 RBI
    Whitaker was an All-Star five years running, from 1983-1987. He also won three Gold Gloves in that span.
  • 1988-2004: tor , sd , cle , bal , nym , cws , ari
    .3 AVG, 210 HR, 1,134 RBI
    Alomar was named an All-Star 12 seasons in a row and was just inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.

Shortstop (Choose 1)

  • 1981-2001: bal
    .276 AVG, 431 HR, 1,695 RBI
    The "The Iron Man" played in a record 2,632 games, a record that may never be broken. He reached 400 homers and 3,000 hits, as well.
  • 1977-1996: det
    .285 AVG, 185 HR, 1,003 RBI
    Trammell was one of the rare players to play 20 seasons all with one team, the Tigers. He was a six-time All-Star.
  • 1996-2009: bos , la , chc , oak
    .313 AVG, 229 HR, 936 RBI
    Beloved in Boston, Garciaparra was the Rookie of the Year in 1997. He was a six-time All-Star.

Third Base (Choose 1)

  • 1955-1977: bal
    .267 AVG, 268 HR, 1,357 RBI
    Robinson spent 23 years all with Baltimore and was known as the Vacuum Cleaner for his amazing play at the hot corner.
  • 1982-1999: bos , nyy , tb
    .328 AVG, 118 HR, 1,014 RBI
    Amassed 3,010 hits and finished with a.415 on-base percentage. Ritualistically ate chicken sandwiches.
  • 1967-1988: nyy , min , sd , cle , atl
    .248 AVG, 390 HR, 1,314 RBI
    Nettles had six All-Star berths and two Gold Gloves. He spent half of his 22-year career with the Yankees.

Outfield (Choose 3)

  • 1967-1987: oak , ana , nyy , bal
    .262 AVG, 563 HR, 1,702 RBI
    Mr. October was named to 14 All-Star teams. Remembered most for his clutch hitting in the playoffs with New York.
  • 1973-1988, 1990-1995: nyy , sd
    .283 AVG, 465 HR, 1,833 RBI
    An incredible all-around athlete, Winfield hit 465 homers and stole 223 bases. Was named to 12 straight All-Star teams.
  • 1979-2003: oak , nyy , sd , nym , bos , la , ana , sea
    .279 AVG, 297 HR, 1,115 RBI
    The career leader in runs (2,295) and stolen bases (1,406). He remains the gold standard for lead-off hitters.
  • 1975-1989: bos
    .298 AVG, 382 HR, 1,451 RBI
    A Red Sox great who was named the MVP in 1978. Was an eight-time All-Star in his 16 years.
  • 1991-2006: nyy
    .297 AVG, 287 HR, 1,257 RBI
    Williams was the batting champion in the AL in 1998. He led the Yankees to perhaps the best season of all-time.
  • 1989-2010: sea , cin
    .284 AVG, 630 HR, 1,836 RBI
    Despite being limited by injuries, Griffey ranks fifth all time with 630 home runs and 15th with 1,836 RBIs. Griffey was the 1997 AL MVP, a 13-time All-Star and 10-time Gold Glove winner.

Starting Pitcher (Choose 1)

  • 1992-2009: bos , la , expos , mets , phi
    W-L 219-100, 2.93 ERA, 3,154 Ks
    Only Sandy Koufax compares to Pedro in his prime. Known for his glowing personality. Helped the Red Sox break the curse in 2004.
  • 1965-67, 1969-84: bal
    W-L 268-152, 2.86 ERA, 2,212 Ks
    Palmer pitched 19 seasons, all with Baltimore spanning three decades. He finished with a sub-3.00 ERA.
  • 1988-2007: bos , bal , hou , phi , ari
    W-L 216-146, 3.46 ERA, 3,116 Ks
    Schilling was a vocal leader for the '01 D-backs and the '04 and '07 Red Sox. Those three teams won the World Series.

Relief Pitcher (Choose 1)

  • 1972-1994: nyy , cws , sd , oak , sf , pit , tex
    310 S, 3.01 ERA, 1,502 Ks
    Gossage made nine All-Star teams and spent most of his career as a reliever. He saved 310 games.
  • 1975-1998: oak , bos , chc , cle , stl
    390 S, 3.50 ERA, 2,401 Ks
    Eckresley was just as dominant in relief as he was starting. Won 197 games and saved 390. Rare pitcher to win an MVP award.
  • 1968-1982, 1984-85: oak , sd , mil
    341 S, 2.90 ERA, 1299 Ks
    Fingers is one of the few players to have his number retired by multiple teams. One of the first modern closers.

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