All time best real baseball games players ever part three.
(7) Mickey Mantle is one of the greatest real baseball games players during his time, he has huge fans and followers in the western country. Mickey was the silent hero of Don Larsen’s perfect game in 1956. He also won the triple crown in 1956 with a .353 batting average, 52 home runs, and 130 RBIs. The best switch hitter there ever was. Mickey was the eventual team player and carried the team on his back. The best thing about him is that he didn’t use or need steroids to be such an amazing player. The Mick was and all around player, hit, hit with power, outstanding fielding record, speed best ever from home to first, great base stealer 80% of time stole the base. Mantle was the face of American real baseball game from 1956 through 1963. The all-American boy, everybody’s favorite player. He was a center field and first base player. He played in New York Yankees team(1951-68) and won 20-time All-Star (’52-65, ’67-68), Triple Crown (’56), three-time MVP (1956-57, ’62), Gold Glove (’62), Hall of Fame (’74) His career stats is .298/.421/.557, .977 OPS, 2,415 hits, 536 HRs, 1,509 RBIs and won New York (1951-53, ’56, ’58, ’61-62).
(8) Stan Musial
Stan Musial was real baseball games player in his time. The Cardinals’ Musial formed a perfect statistic in MLB history. During his career, Musial generated 1,815 hits in home games and 1,815 hits on the road. That’s 3,630 in all, which was the most in National League history before Pete Rose broke it. Stan The Man also ranks in the top 10 all time in runs, RBI, and doubles, among others. He was First base, left field, right field player, he won Honors
Three-time MVP (1943, ’46, ’48), 24-time All-Star (’43-44, ’46-63), Hall of Fame (’69),His career stats is .331/.417/.559, .976 OPS, 3,630 hits, 475 HRs, 1,951 RBIs and was championship St. Louis (1942, ’44, ’46)
(9) Honus Wagner
The only real baseball games players who should be above Wagner are Ruth and Gehrig. For Pujols to be above him is sacrilege, this list is a joke. Honus Wagner, one of the greatest hitters of all time, on of the greatest fielding SS of all time in a real baseball game, could pitch a few quality innings if wanted. A true gentleman, a highly positive appearance in the clubhouse. Real baseball player arguably the best shortstop ever still not the best ever. Honus Wagner was better than Ty Cobb and if he played in the live ball era he would’ve hit at least 1 out of the park per game!
(10) Rickey Henderson
When Henderson was up for election for the Hall of Fame in 2009, it was shocking he was left off the ballots of 28 voters. It’s just as stunning that he is not higher on this list. The aim of every real baseball game is to score as many runs as possible, and Henderson did that more than anyone — 2,295 in his career. He reached base more than 5,000 times. He stole 1,406 bases — over 500 more than Ty Cobb. He hit 297 homers. He won a Gold Glove Award. He is one of the best players of all time.
There are many real baseball games player in the world, wille mays, Hank Aaron and baby ruth was the greatest player in all over the world in all time.