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The Top 10 First Basemen in Baseball’s Hall of Fame

Published by on June 3, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

I believe choosing the best first baseman in the Hall of Fame is probably the toughest one of all. I mean, look at who you have to choose between: Anson, Foxx, Gehrig, Greenberg, Mize, Sisler, Killebrew, Brouthers….on and on we could go. Some had extreme power with little left to offer (Killebrew). Some had some of the best hitting statistics, without power (Sisler), while some did it all well (Foxx). Keep in mind; I am not using awards such as MVP, GGA and SSA since they were not available to all generations. As always there will be disappointments, disagreements and outrage by the readers of this article. I can hear you already, Modern Boy, “Why do you have guys in there before 1950? You know the game wasn’t as ...

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