Two-time All-Star played 18 seasons with Astros, Phillies, Yankees, Angels, Dodgers and Mets...Batted .291 with .395 on-base percentage, scoring 1,453 runs while driving in 1,363, including eight seasons with at least 100 RBI...Stole 400 bases and recorded 574 doubles...Won 2004 Silver Slugger Award and 2005 Gold Glove Award in right field.
Three-time All-Star and 2003 World Series MVP pitched 14 seasons for Marlins, Red Sox and Dodgers...Won 138 games, including 20 with '07 Red Sox when he was the runner-up in the AL Cy Young Award voting...Pitched Marlins to '03 World Series title by spinning complete game five-hitter in Game 6...Was 7-3 with 3.07 ERA in 14 postseason appearances, including winning MVP honors in '07 ALCS.
Six-time Gold Glove Award winner at third base during a 17-year career with Athletics, Yankees and Diamondbacks...Topped the 20-home run mark seven times en route to 260 career homers...Finished with at least 100 RBI in four seasons and won 2002 Silver Slugger Award.
Two-time All-Star and owner of 462 career home runs played 14 seasons for Reds, Diamondbacks, Nationals, White Sox and Athletics...Reached the 40-homer plateau in six seasons, including five straight (2004-08) and totaled at least 100 RBI in six seasons...Led his league in walks twice and drew at least 100 walks in eight seasons en route to .364 career on-base percentage...Homered once every 14.9 at-bats during his big league career.
Five-time All-Star and 2000 American League Most Valuable Player Award winner played 20 seasons for Athletics, Yankees, Rockies and Indians...Topped 40-home run mark in three seasons en route to 440 career homers, totaling 2,010 hits and 1,441 RBI...Two-time Silver Slugger Award winner at first base posted seven 100-RBI seasons and led the league in walks four times while fashioning a .399 career on-base percentage...Won 2000 Hutch Award.
Five-time World Series champion and 14-time All-Star...Played 20 seasons, all with Yankees...Recorded 3,465 hits and scored 1,923 runs...Yankee captain batted .310 during his career...In 158 career postseason games, hit .308 with 111 runs scored, 20 home runs and 61 RBI...Won 1996 American League Rookie of the Year Award...Never played a position in the field other than shortstop.
Six-time All-Star first baseman played 18 season for Dodgers, Reds and White Sox...Hit .279 while recording 2,340 hits, including 439 home runs...Reached 40-homer mark twice and 100-RBI mark six times en route to 1,412 career RBI...Totaled five home runs in 2005 postseason, winning ALCS Most Valuable Player Award en route to leading the White Sox to their first World Series title in 88 years.
Seven-time All-Star played 16 seasons for Yankees, Rangers, Nationals and Cubs...Totaled 2,095 hits and 412 home runs, batting .270 while posting a slugging percentage of .500...Stole 289 bases...Joined 40-40 club with 46 home runs and 41 steals in 2006 with Nationals...Won three Silver Slugger Awards at second base (2002, 2004-05) and one in outfield (2006).