Ted Williams:

  Ted Williams is the last Baseball Player in MLB history to hit .400 in a season. Even with this honor he still is in the 500 home run club and the 2500 hit club. You would think that Williams would have had at least one 200+ hit season. WRONG! Not even in his .400 season did he have 200 hits. He had 2 triple crowns two his name, and two MVP’s to his name. He led the American league in Average 6 times in his 17 year-career. Williams walked a lot too. He led the American league in walks 8 times. Williams was also a 19 time All-Star. His season high in RBI’s was 153 in 1949 when he was also the MVP of the American League. Congratulations Ted Williams on being my choice of being the Best Baseball Player of All-Time.

Born on August 30, 1918 in San Diego California.

  Died on July 5, 2002 in Inverness, Florida. (Died at the age of 83)
Career Batting Average: .344
  Career Home Runs: 521
    Career RBI's: 1,839



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Best Major League Baseball Player of All - Time
 
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Babe Ruth:

  Babe Ruth is the most known Baseball Player of All-Time…maybe even the most known Sports Player of All-Time. He was the one of the first great Baseball Players in MLB History. He was the first power hitter in baseball. In his first full MLB season he led the American League with 11 home runs. Now, that’s about ¼ of the home runs that Baseball Players’ need to get to lead the American League in home runs. The next year Ruth hit 29 home runs, which led the MLB and some MLB Baseball teams. Babe Ruth had 714 home runs in his long career. That’s 3rd best All-Time. Ruth had 1 MVP and 2 All-Star Appearances. He led the American League in Home Runs 12 times in his 20-year career. He came in the top five in the American League for home runs 16 times. I consider Babe Ruth has the 3rd Best Baseball Player of All-Time.

Born on February 6, 1895 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Died on August 16, 1948 in New York, New York
Career Batting Average: .342
  
Career Home Runs: 714
   
Career RBI’s: 2,217

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Hank Aaron:

  Hank Aaron is considered one of the greatest Baseball Players Hank Aaron is the 2nd Best Baseball home run hitter of All-Time. Aaron was the best home run hitter of All-Time for 33 years until Barry Bonds broke his record in 2006 with hitting his 756th home run. You would think Aaron would have led the National League in home runs more than five times. WRONG! Aaron led the National League in home runs four times. He came in the top five in the National League in home runs 14 times. His seasonal average for home runs was 36. You would expect a home run hitter like Aaron would have at least one 50+ home run season. WRONG! He never had one 50+ home run season. Although he did have eight 40+ home run seasons. Hank Aaron had 2,297 career RBI’S which is first All-Time. I consider Hank Aaron as the 2nd Best Baseball Player of All-Time.

Born on February 5, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama.

Career Batting Average: .304
  Career Home Runs: 755
    Career RBI’s: 2,297

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