10. Hank Greenberg
Even with his World War II service, Hank Greenberg put up incredible numbers during his 13 year career. His .412 OBP ranks 28th All Time. While a definitive projection is impossible, one could fairly assume that he would have hit over 500 Home Runs if there had not been WWII. There are a number of “what ifs” that surround Greenberg’s numbers, but his prowess at the plate cannot be denied.
His numbers were unbelievable, especially when analyzing some of his individual season totals. The Hebrew Hammer was a force to be reckoned with and made waves when he was one of the few opposing players that welcomed Jackie Robinson to Major League Baseball. His legacy as a player and man should live on through history.