Henry Louis "Hammering Hank" Aaron, enjoyed a 23-year major league career, altering the game's record book for power hitters. He finished his career with the all-time home run record (755), an average of 33 per season. He was also tops in RBIs (2,297), driving in more than 100 runs 11 times. His unique defensive style won three Gold Gloves as a right fielder. He was an All-Star in each of the 23 seasons he played, and he won the National League Most Valuable Player award in 1957."
Tris Speaker / compiled a career batting average of .345 (sixth all-time). His 792 career doubles represent an MLB career record as of 2013. Speaker holds career records for assists, double plays, and unassisted double plays by an outfielder. His fielding glove was known as the place "where triples go to die." 3,524 career hits and a Hall of Famer in 1937.
Pete Rose - "The Hit King" - owns 17 MLB Career Records (more than any other player) including the record for: Hits – 4,256; Games Played – 3,565; Singles – 3,215; Runs by a Switch Hitter – 2,165; Doubles by a Switch Hitter – 746; Walks by a Switch Hitter – 1,566; Total Bases by a Switch Hitter – 5,752; Seasons of 200 or more hits – 10; and Most Winning Games – 1,972.
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Nathan Hewlett - In 1923 Ty Cobb breaks Honus Wagner's major league record for career hits. Cobb is widely credited with setting 90 Major League Baseball records during his career. He still holds several records as of 2013, including the highest career batting average .366 or .367
100 Most Dominant Pitchers in MLB History
For 22 years, Cy Young pitched. In that time he took a lot of records with him. Some are: 511 wins—most in MLB history 316 losses—most in MLB history 815 starts—most in MLB history 749 complete games—most in MLB history 7,356 innings pitched—most in MLB history That said, he owns a 2.63 career ERA with a 1.130 WHIP.