Throughout baseball history, there have been many players, coaches, owners and commissioners that were what I would consider "sleazeballs." What exactly is a sleazeball?
Well, in my opinion, it is someone that does something, says something, or supports something that a normal human being would consider sleazy, immoral or just downright nasty.
It could be for something they did on the field during their career, something they did off the field during their career, or something they did years after they retired.
This slide show will rank the biggest "sleazeballs" in baseball history, starting with the least of the sleazeballs and working our way to the worst sleazeball in the history of this great game.
As you work your way up to the worst sleazeball, the players actually start to approach the level of "villain" because their acts were more than just sleazy—they were actually either criminal or were a main part of some of the worst things to happen in the game's history.
Let's get started with an honorable mention before moving on to No. 25.