The 1995 NL MVP will go down as one of the best all-around SS that anyone younger than 40 has ever seen.
He was a DH. This is not a problem for me. Still the gold standard in my book, and the guy who made the position more than just a spot to throw a bench hitter.
Given my thoughts on the 'Steroid Era' this one is a given. 583 career HRs and a career OBP near .400.
Bagwell had a career line of .297/.408/.540 and hit 449 career HRs. Add a HoF Plaque to his mantle, next to his MVP and Rookie of the Year trophies.
Raffy is one of the more debatable guys here given his unique steroid situation. However, the guy hit 569 career HRs and played over 150 games in 15 of his 20 seasons in the big leagues (counting his first two years which were partial seasons).