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The Top Ten Greatest MLB Left Fielders of All Time
10.) Al Simmons
- Al Simmons played for the Philadelphia Athletics, the Chicago White Sox, the Detroit Tigers, the Washington Senators, the Boston Braves, the Cincinnati Reds, and the Boston Red Sox.
- 2 Time World Series Champion (1929, 1930)
- 2 Time American League Batting Champion (1930, 1931)
9.) Tim Raines
- Tim Raines played for the Montreal Expos, the Chicago White Sox, the New York Yankees, the Oakland Athletics, the Baltimore Orioles, and the Florida Marlins.
- 3 Time World Series Champion (1996, 1998, 2005)
- Silver Slugger Award (1986)
8.) Wille Stargell
- Willie Stargell played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1962 to 1982.
- 2 Time World Series Champion (1971, 1979)
- National League MVP (1979)
7.) Manny Ramirez
- Manny Ramirez played for the Cleveland Indians, the Boston Red Sox, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Chicago White Sox, and the Tampa Bay Rays.
- 2 Time World Series Champion (2004, 2007)
- World Series MVP (2004)
6.) Shoeless Joe Jackson
- Shoeless Joe Jackson played for the Philadelphia Athletics, the Cleveland Naps / Indians, and the Chicago White Sox.
- World Series Champion (1917)
- .356 Career Batting Average
5.) Carl Yastrzemski
- Carl Yastrzemski played for the Boston Red Sox from 1961 to 1983.
- Triple Crown (1967)
- American League MVP (1967)
4.) Rickey Henderson
- Rickey Henderson played for the Oakland Athletics, the New York Yankees, the Toronto Blue Jays, the San Diego Padres, the Anaheim Angels, the New York Mets, the Seattle Mariners, the Boston Red Sox, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
- 2 Time World Series Champion (1989, 1993)
- American League MVP (1990)
3.) Pete Rose
- Pete Rose played for the Cincinnati Reds, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Montreal Expos.
- 3 Time World Series Champion (1975, 1976, 1980)
- World Series MVP (1975)
2.) Barry Bonds
- Barry Bonds played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the San Francisco Giants.
- 7 Time National League MVP (1990, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
- 2 Time National League Batting Champion (2002, 2004)
1.) Ted Williams
- Ted Williams played for the Boston Red Sox from 1939 to 1942 and from 1946 to 1960.
- 2 Time American League MVP (1946, 1949)
- 2 Time Triple Crown (1942, 1947)
Written by: David Green