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Craig Biggio

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Wade Boggs

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George Brett

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Lou Brock

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Rod Carew

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Roberto Clemente

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Ty Cobb

Perhaps the most competitive and complex personality ever to…

Eddie Collins

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Tony Gwynn

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Rickey Henderson

“Lou Brock is the symbol of great base stealing, but today…

Derek Jeter

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Al Kaline

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Nap Lajoie

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Willie Mays

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Paul Molitor

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Eddie Murray

“That night might have been the best thing anyone has done…
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Cal Ripken

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Tris Speaker

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Paul Waner

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Dave Winfield

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Carl Yastrzemski

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