14. Tony Gwynn
Mr. Padre played his entire 20 year career in San Diego. His .338 career batting average ranks 17th All Time. While not known for his power, he is known as one of the toughest outs in history only Striking Out only 4.7% of his plate appearances during his career and boasting 3,141 Hits (also 17th All Time). Gwynn put up outstanding numbers late into his career hitting .372 during the 1997 (turned 37 during the season).
Tony Gwynn was known as a world class human being who excelled professionally no matter the situation he was in. Few hitters throughout the history of baseball have been as skilled as the plate as Mr. Gwynn. Since Tony came into the league only Ichrio Suzuki mirrored his success in a similar fashion. For anyone that had the joy to watch Gwynn perform will never forget how special he was.