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The Top Ten Greatest MLB Second Baseman of All Time
10.) Lou Whitaker
- Lou Whitaker played for the Detroit Tigers from 1977 to 1995.
- World Series Champion (1984)
- American League Rookie of the Year (1978)
9.) Rod Carew
- Rod Carew played for the Minnesota Twins and the California Angels
- American League MVP (1977)
- Roberto Clemente Award (1977)
8.) Craig Biggio
- Craig Biggio played for the Houston Astros from 1988 to 2007.
- 7 Time MLB All Star (1991, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998)
- Roberto Clemente Award (2007)
7.) Jeff Kent
- Jeff Kent played for the Toronto Blue Jays, the New York Mets, the Cleveland Indians, the San Francisco Giants, the Houston Astros, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
- 5 Time MLB All Star (1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005)
- National League MVP (2000)
6.) Eddie Collins
- Eddie Collins played for the Philadelphia Athletics and the Chicago White Sox.
- 6 Time World Series Champion (1910, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1929, 1930)
- American League MVP (1913)
5.) Roberto Alomar
- Roberto Alomar played for the San Diego Padres, the Toronto Blue Jays, the Baltimore Orioles, the Cleveland Indians, the New York Mets, the Chicago White Sox, and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
- 2 Time World Series Champion (1992, 1993)
- ALCS MVP (1992)
4.) Rogers Hornsby
- Rogers Hornsby played for the St. Louis Cardinals, the New York Giants, the Boston Braves, the Chicago Cubs, and the St. Louis Browns.
- World Series Champion (1926)
- 2 Time MLB Triple Crown (1922, 1925)
3.) Jackie Robinson
- Jackie Robinson played for the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1947 to 1956.
- World Series Champion (1955)
- National League MVP (1949)
2.) Ryne Sandberg
- Ryne Sandberg played for the Philadelphia Phillies and the Chicago Cubs.
- National League MVP (1994)
- National League Home Run Leader (1990)
1.) Joe Morgan
- Joe Morgan played for the Houston Colt .45s / Astros, the Cincinnati Reds, the San Francisco Giants, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Oakland Athletics.
- 2 Time World Series Champion (1975, 1976)
- 2 Time National League MVP (1975, 1976)
Written by: David Green