Pie Traynor, listed at number seventy, was the first third baseman ever elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and he finished in the top ten for the National League Most Valuable Player Award six times.
Did you know that Addie Joss, the last placed pitcher (and ranked ninety-ninth overall), finished his Major League career with a lifetime earned run average of 1.89?
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