9. Joe DiMaggio
While Joe DiMaggio missed three seasons due to World War II, his career numbers were still outstanding. His .325 Batting Average is 36th All Time while his .398 OBP is 56th on the All Time list. Even those sterling numbers do not do him justice as DiMaggio was one of the most feared hitters of his era that was an extremely difficult out. He is noted in the annuals of history for his 56 game hit streak in 1941 that still stands to this day.
His home field being Yankee Stadium handicapped his power numbers or he would have seen even more production throughout his career. He helped lead the Yankees to 9 titles during his 13 year career and is one of the best overall Center Fielders of All Time. The Yankee Clipper will never be forgotten.