Baseball has had some characters over the years. Since the inception of the game, some players have been completely obsessed with themselves.
Babe Ruth called home run shots before he hit them and Rickey Henderson referred to himself in the third person. Pete Rose gambled on baseball and then denied it for 15 years because of how badly his legacy would be ruined.
The Texas Rangers have also produced and fostered such personalities—from the playing field all the way up to the front office. From home run hitters to know-it-all owners and managers, the Rangers have been dominated by big egos for years.
Here's a look at the top 10 biggest egos in the history of the franchise.