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The Best First Baseman in Each MLB Franchise's History

Joel ReuterFeatured ColumnistJune 18, 2009

The Best First Baseman in Each MLB Franchise's History

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Arizona Diamondbacks: Tony Clark

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Atlanta Braves: Joe Adcock

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Baltimore Orioles: Eddie Murray

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Boston Red Sox: Mo Vaughn

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Chicago Cubs: Cap Anson

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Chicago White Sox: Frank Thomas

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Cincinnati Reds: Tony Perez

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Cleveland Indians: Hal Trosky

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Colorado Rockies: Todd Helton

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Detroit Tigers: Hank Greenberg

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Florida Marlins: Derrek Lee

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Houston Astros: Jeff Bagwell

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Kansas City Royals: Mike Sweeney

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Los Angeles Angels: Wally Joyner

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Los Angeles Dodgers: Gil Hodges

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Milwaukee Brewers: Cecil Cooper

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Minnesota Twins: Harmon Killebrew

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New York Mets: Keith Hernandez

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New York Yankees: Lou Gehrig

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Oakland Athletics: Jimmie Foxx

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Philadelphia Phillies: Ryan Howard

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Pittsburgh Pirates: Donn Clendenon

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San Diego Padres: Adrian Gonzalez

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San Francisco Giants: Willie McCovey

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Seattle Mariners: Alvin Davis

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St. Louis Cardinals: Albert Pujols

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Tampa Bay Rays: Fred McGriff

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Texas Rangers: Rafael Palmeiro

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Toronto Blue Jays: Carlos Delgado

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Washington Nationals: Andres Galarraga

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