Assembling MLB's Most Unstoppable Lineup of Today's Players

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Assembling MLB's Most Unstoppable Lineup of Today's Players
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It all comes down to one game.

In a plot line akin to Space Jam, an alien race has come to Earth and challenged us to a game of baseball to determine the fate of our planet.

Who do you want in that starting nine? And what would we call this movie? Base Jam? Space Ball? The possibilities are endless.

This is the superlative MLB All-Star lineup. The batting order with which we could save the world. Good thing we only need to bring them together for one game, because it would cost $132.988 million to pay these guys for the entire 2013 season.

All statistics on the following slides are based on numbers from the 2010-12 seasons and have been gathered from ESPN.com and fangraphs.com. Apologies for excluding the small sample size known as the 2013 season, but do you want to leave humanity up to the likes of Chris Davis and John Buck?

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