"It's not the size of the man in the fight, its the size of the fight in the man." These words ring true for this particular installment for Bleacher Report. There are so many quotes and analogies when it comes to "short people" but these short people in baseball history take a backseat to nobody.
The criteria for this article is the player had to be under 6'0" tall and could be a player from anytime in baseball history. Surprisingly while I wrote this article, it seems that the popular height for Hall of Famers is 5'11." Even so, there are many players who played "way above their heads" during their professional career. Enjoy the show!