MLB has a storied history over the past 100 years.
Teams like the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers breed Hall of Famers—while others like the Tampa Bay Rays and Florida Marlins are just getting their feet wet.
Either way, every franchise in MLB has at least one player who stood or stands out above the rest.
In the past year, we have seen many all-time greats pass away—guys like Bob Feller, Harmon Killebrew and Duke Snider, among many others.
Their legend's will live on forever—but now a new player will take over as the greatest living player in their respective franchises.
The first step was finding the top three living players in each franchise and ranking them one through three. After completing that step, I took the greatest living player in each franchise and ranked them against the other 29 teams.
The only criteria was that the player had to play at least five seasons with their respective team—but in most cases it was plenty more.
Here we go.