13. Mel Ott
Master Melvin spent his 22 year career as a member of the Giants (New York) and accumulated 511 Career Home Runs (24th All Time). His 1,708 career walks sit 9th in the record books, while his .414 career OBP rests at 26th, and his 1,860 RBIs are 12th All Time. There is no doubting the offensive machine that was Mel Ott who is not well known among younger baseball fans, his career having spanned from 1926-1947.
The 12th time All Star should not be forgotten in the annuals of history. While his name is not as recognizable as some of his contemporaries his career numbers can be compared to theirs with admiration and is one of the best hitters of all time.