Top Players in MLB History
Honus Wagner is considered to be neck and neck with Ty Cobb as the greatest player in the Dead Ball Era of MLB. Although Wagner only hit 101 home runs in his career, he still drove in 1,732 runs. The Flying Dutchman is a member of the 3,000 hit club, collecting 3,430 hits in his professional career, all the while carrying a batting average of .329. Wagner was also known for his speed, as he retired with 722 stolen bases.