Players 111 – 120 Using Second Rating System

Another group for you to view:

111Joey MauerC 13Enos SlaughterRF 12
112Don SuttonP 25Bobby Grich2B 13
113Hoyt WilhelmRP 3Darrell Evans3B 10
114Justin VerlanderP 26Hoyt WilhelmRP 3
115Tom GlavineP 27Carlos BeltranCF 9
116Ron Santo3B 9Bill DahlenSS 13
117George DavisSS 12Hank Greenberg1B 12
118Yadier MolinaC 14Goose GossageRP 4
119Manny RamirezLF 11Jim Thome1B 13
120Curt SchillingP 28Joe CroninSS 14

The only one in both groups is Hoyt Wilhelm. I expected him to actually go down, but he went up a spot. A lot of these guys went down or will go down. Some of these pitchers went down as pitchers because Koufax and Kershaw passed them. Otherwise, they have fairly minor movements.

Mauer went down to 13th and Molina went up to 14th. Molina went up 24 spots due to both playing a couple of years and emphasizing WAR more. It is said he will retire after this year. I’m guessing he will pass Mauer and has a chance to top 100 but it would have to be a near all star season.

Let me see Ron Santo went down 11 spots despite staying the same position at 3rd base. It gives some separation between him and Ernie Banks which gives me a little more confidence that Ernie was the better player. However, you can argue it either way in my opinion. George Davis and Manny Ramirez went down more than I expected but I think I have them rated better now.

The consistent Hoyt Wilhelm is the person on the photograph as he is the closest from one ranking to the other.

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