My wife bought me an awesome book for Christmas titled "Baseball's Best 1,000" by Derek Gentile. This book interests both the stats and nostalgia lover in me.
This had me interested in starting my own list, but I'm not going to such extremes.
As I looked into who made my list I took into consideration not just their impact on the field but also on the history of the game.
Many of these players have also been either inducted into the Hall of Fame, or at least should have.
I am going to list my top 100 in reverse order, starting today with 100 to 90. This will continue for the next nine weekends. I hope this gets some good conversation started.