Top 5 Most Underrated MLB Players In the World

Baseball is a game filled with stars, but among them, some quietly shine brighter than others. In this list, here are the Top 5 Most Underrated MLB Players in the world, whose remarkable skills often fly under the radar but are essential to their teams' success.

5. Ralph Kiner

Ralph Kiner is one of the most underrated MLB players of all time. With seven home run titles, including two seasons with over 50 homers, he also excelled in slugging and on-base percentage. Kiner's legacy includes five top-10 MVP finishes and a career total of 369 home runs and 1015 RBI.

4. Paul Waner

Waner, part of the exclusive 3000-hit club, remains somewhat overlooked. Over 19 years, he amassed 3152 hits, boasting a .333 batting average and securing three batting titles. His 1927 MVP season showcased 237 hits, 131 RBI, and a .380 average. Known as "Big Poison," he achieved eight seasons with 200+ hits, highlighting his extraordinary batting skills.

3. Carl Hubbell

Carl Hubbell, an exceptional pitcher, earned two MVP awards in his illustrious career. Dominating in 1933 (23-12, 1.66 ERA) and 1936 (26-6, 2.31 ERA), he boasted a five-year streak of 20+ wins. Hubbell retired with a Giants record of 253-154, a 2.98 ERA, and 1677 strikeouts. Although, he deserved much more recognition, but he is one of the most underrated players of all time.

2. Frank Robinson

Robinson's career highlights include a .294 batting average, 586 HR (ninth all-time), and 1812 RBI. He amassed 2943 hits, notably launching 38 home runs in his rookie season, securing the Rookie of the Year award. In 1966, Robinson's second MVP-winning year, he dominated the league in offensive stats, topping charts in home runs, RBI, OBP, SLG, and OPS.

1. Stan Musial

Stan Musial ranks among baseball's top 10 players, boasting impressive stats (.331 average, 475 HR, 1951 RBI) and three World Series championships. Over 22 seasons, he earned 20 All-Star nods, three MVP awards, and seven batting titles, amassing 3630 hits and the third-most doubles (725) in history. He recorded over 200 hits in a season six times, with a peak of 230.

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