On to the next:
|121||Lou Whitaker||2B 12||Mickey Cochrane||C 12|
|122||Kid Nichols||P 29||Gary Sheffield||RF 13|
|123||Bobby Grich||2B 13||Justin Verlander||P 24|
|124||Larry Doby||CF 9||Mike Mussina||P 25|
|125||Mike Mussina||P 30||Fred Clarke||LF 12|
|126||Juan Marichal||P 31||Alan Trammell||SS 15|
|127||Jim Thome||1B 13||Roy Campanella||C 13|
|128||John Smoltz||P 32||Will Clark||1B 14|
|129||Joe Cronin||SS 13||Rafael Palmeiro||1B 15|
|130||Carlos Beltran||CF 10||John Smoltz||P 26|
Mussina and Smoltz went down the list of pitchers but stayed in about the same area overall. Lou Whitaker and Bobby Grich went down with most of the other second basemen. Larry Doby passed Carlos Beltran in centerfield and went up in the overall ratings while Beltran with a long career did the opposite. Marichal snuck by John Smoltz and went up 5 sports overall. Joe Cronin and Alan Trammell passed Bill Dahlin at shortstop, but both went down in the ratings.
Kid Nichols went up 11 spots as a pitcher and 39 sports overall from the points for being the best pitcher of the 1890s. I like where he rates a lot better now.
Looking at the players ranked here before, we already talked about Campanella and Cochrane going up in the rankings. Verlander also went up in the overall rankings. Sheffield, Trammell, and Will Clark will be in the next 10, with Palmeiro not far behind Clark, but with a few players between the two.
That leaves Fred Clarke who went to 149th place. I will look more into his fade when we get there in a couple of articles, but I like that rating better for him.