Position: First Baseman
Notable Achievements: 3,481 career hits, 1939 Hall of Fame inductee.
Cap Anson's career numbers have been argued throughout the years for many different reasons. But, as it stands, he is seventh on the list for most career hits.
He also boasts a .333 career batting average and has over 2,000 RBIs. The only real knock on his batting is his lack of home runs (97 career), but he played in an age where homers were very rare.
Anson isn't the most well-known Hall of Famer, and he was pretty racist, but that didn't keep him out of the Hall or off this list.
His talent speaks for itself and, as the first man to ever break the 3,000 hit mark, he more than deserves a spot on this list.