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The Greatest Major League Baseball Players Ever #194-193, TONY PHILLIPS AND FRANK TANANA

Monday, June 2, 2008



#194 TONY PHILLIPS Uti Tigers
1982-99
OPS+ 109
BFW 18.7
WARP3 103.5
Guys who can play multiple positions tend to be undervalued historically. Phillips gets this spot ahead of Heine Groh.

#193 FRANK TANANA P Angels/Tigers (LH)
1973-93
ERA+106
PW 12.8
WARP3 106.5
First pitcher on the list; gets spot ahead of Ed Walsh.

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