Top Players in MLB History
Albert Pujols broke into the league with one of the best rookie seasons of all time in 2001, and that would be the first of 10 straight seasons in which he topped a .300 average, 30 homers and 100 RBI. All told, he finished his 11 year stretch with the Cardinals with a .328/.420/.617 line to go along with 445 home runs and 1,329 RBI. He won three NL MVP awards during that stretch and helped lead the Cardinals to three NL pennants and two World Series titles. It was a rough first three seasons with the Los Angeles Angels, but if he is starting to really turn things around in his fourth season with the Angels. If he can keep this up, he could very well climb up this list and find himself in the top 20 or maybe even better once his career is over.