Best player in each MLB team's franchise history.

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Team
Position
Player
Diamondbacks
P
Randy Johnson
Braves
RF
Hank Aaron
Orioles
SS/3B
Cal Ripken Jr.
Red Sox
LF
Ted Williams
Cubs
SS
Ernie Banks
White Sox
DH/1B
Frank Thomas
Reds
C
Johnny Bench
Indians
SP
Bob Feller
Rockies
1B
Todd Helton
Tigers
CF
Ty Cobb
Astros
C/2B
Craig Biggio
Royals
3B
George Brett
Angels
CF
Mike Trout
Dodgers
2B/1B
Jackie Robinson
Marlins
DH/3B/1B
Miguel Cabrera
Team
Position
Player
Brewers
SS/2B
Robin Yount
Twins
CF
Kirby Puckett
Mets
SP
Tom Seaver
Yankees
RF
Babe Ruth
Athletics
LF
Rickey Henderson
Phillies
3B
Mike Schmidt
Pirates
RF
Roberto Clemente
Padres
RF
Tony Gwynn
Giants
RF
Barry Bonds
Mariners
CF
Ken Griffey Jr.
Cardinals
LF/1B
Stan Musial
Rays
3B
Evan Longoria
Rangers
SP
Nolan Ryan
Blue Jays
2B
Roberto Alomar
Nationals/Expos
RF/CF/LF
Andre Dawson
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Level 59
May 25, 2019
What was your criteria for deciding upon the player for each team?
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Level 19
Jun 2, 2019
Not sure what these are based on, but Nolan Ryan is not the best Rangers player ever. He only played there his last 5 years and was 51-39 with a 3.43 era and 939 strikeouts.

Fergie Jenkins was 93-72 with a 3.56 era and 895 strikeouts in 6 seasons. While he is also not the best, he should rank higher than Ryan.

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Level 36
Mar 12, 2022
Geez, where to begin... Killebrew over Puckett, Mays over Bonds, Crawford over Longoria, Jenkins over Ryan, Bautista, Halladay, Bell, and Fernandez over Alomar, Sheffield's six years over Cabrera's four, Campenella and Koufax over Robinson (as pure players, no one can argue Robinson's impact culturally as probably the most significant player socially of all time in any sport), and I'll give you Mike Trout just because Vlad just wasn't there long enough to make it count for the Angels.