138. Dick Allen 3B/1B 126.1
-Note both that WAR overrates the 19th century ballplayers, but also that Rusie's value was earned in ten seasons.
MVPQ none, Best season 1979 (14.8)
-A slightly better John Olerud sounds like damning with faint praise, until you realize how underappreciated Olerud was. A plus glove, a really good bat, just missing that 3/4/5 slashline - and this is where Hernandez properly rests.
We'll see if we can get 3 more before the list is up. The most important bump you should give Robinson subjectively isn't based on external "look how much he had to overcome" factors, but instead on the shortness of his career - this value was earned in ten seasons, as he didn't break in until age 28. Where would you rank Robinson on a subjective list? Top 40, probably.