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Top 5 Baseball Players in History

The oldest major baseball league is Major League Baseball, which began in 1839. Since 1839, it has evolved, creating new teams, fields, and players all over the world. It quickly became a favorite sport throughout the United States. If you’re a baseball fan, you probably have your top 5 favorite players. That being said, we’ve put together a list of who we consider the top 5 best players of all time. (Related topics: selling my baseball cards, where to sell baseball cards)


Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth is one of the most known baseball players of all time. For a long time, Babe Ruth held the record of most homeruns in a year, with 54 home runs in 1920. From there, he continued to maintain his reputation as the best batter in history.


Willie Mays

Willie Mays spent almost all of his 22-season career playing for the New York/San Francisco Giants, before finishing with the New York Mets. He is considered one of the best center fielders ever. He has a total of 660 home runs and delivered a .302 average.


Ted Williams

Ted Williams is ranked as the second best hitter behind Babe Ruth. He also holds the best on-base percentage, which is .483. In his prime, he left baseball to join the military for a couple of years. Some say that if he didn’t take this time off, he would’ve beat Babe Ruth’s records.


Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron is another popular player that’s known for his home runs. Not only did he have a .305 batting average and 155 OPS+, but he also had a strikeout average of 9.9.


Ty Cobb

Ty Cobb has the best batting average at .366. He also seconds in triples (295) and fourth in stolen bases (897). Ty Cobb has a reputation for being racist and a competitor that aimed to harm his opponents, but his statistics keep him as one of the best baseball players to ever exist.

If you’re a baseball card collector, you may be excited to see that you have the cards of some of the people on this list. If you don’t, you may want to sell baseball cards so that you trade your old cards for new ones. If you want to sell baseball cards, make sure to get a fair price for them.

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