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"Murderer's Row"- 1927 N.Y. Yankees: Murderers’ Row was the nickname given to the New York Yankees baseball team of the late 1920s, widely considered one of the best teams in history. The nickname is in particular describing the first six hitters in the 1927 team lineup: Earle Combs, Mark Koenig, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Bob Meusel, and Tony Lazzeri..

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Ted Williams: Sweetest swing ever, my hero, greatest baseball player that has ever lived, #9. Enough said

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1954 Topps Baseball Cards

Bo Jackson. The greatest athlete you will ever see. He has no significant record in his unfortunately short-lived baseball and football careers that should qualify him, but his unmatched athletic prowess and two-sport excellent play should garner his election to both the baseball and football Hall Of Fame.

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1957 Topps Mickey Mantle #407 Baseball Card Value Price Guide

Ken Griffey Jr. was my all-time favorite baseball player to watch while growing up. He was always the smoothest guy on and off the field. And what I mean by that is he had the most perfect swing, could catch just about every pop-fly hit towards him and took the time to sign autographs and chat with every fan who waved him down. The purest example of class for any athlete.

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Georgia: Ty Cobb - Nicknamed “The Georgia Peach,” Ty Cobb is one of baseball’s greatest hitters, and one of its greatest villains. A 12-time batting champion with the Detroit Tigers, Cobb finished his career with an incredible 4,191 hits and hit over .400 three times. He is also remembered as one baseball’s most vicious players, as he would routinely slide into bases with his spikes as high as possible. Temperament aside, Cobb is widely considered to be the greatest...More....

Best players by state in MLB history