3. Hank Aaron
Hammerin’ Hank simply produced throughout his legendary career. 755 Home Runs (2nd), 2,297 RBIs (1st), 3,716 Runs Produced (1st), 6,856 Total Bases (1st), 3,771 Hits (3rd), and 624 Doubles (10th) show just how consistent he was throughout his 23 year career. Aaron also holds the record for most XBHs with 1,477. He even joined the 30/30 Club in 1963 when he hit 44 Home Runs and Stole 31 bases.
The humble Hank Aaron is a pillar in the lore of Major League Baseball and how he conducted himself on and off the field will always be remembered. If Aaron had a career average of just 10 points higher it would have moved him to second place on this list, as if they were evenly distributed through his power numbers would have been an even greater accomplishment. Even with that, Aaron is one of the best hitters to ever step up to a Major League plate.