50-11

11. Alex Rodriguez
12. Lou Gehrig
13. Honus Wagner
14. Mickey Mantle
15. Rogers Hornsby
16. Bob Gibson
17. Pete Rose
18. Greg Maddux
19. Jimmie Foxx
20. Mel Ott
21. Mariano Rivera
22. Christy Matthewson
23. Ken Griffey, Jr.
24. Roger Clemens
25. Rickey Henderson
26. Randy Johnson
27. Johnny Bench
28. Tris Speaker
29. Frank Robinson
30. Lefty Grove
31. Yogi Berra
32. Tom Seaver
33. Grover Cleveland Alexander
34. Warren Spahn
35. Mike Schmidt
36. Pedro Martinez
37. Nap Lajoie
38. Nolan Ryan
39. Eddie Matthews
40. Steve Carlton
41. Bob Feller
42. Roberto Clemente
43. Hank Greenberg
44. Joe Jackson
45. Miguel Cabrera
46. Derek Jeter
47. Ernie Banks
48. Carl Yastrzemski
49. Joe Morgan
50. Albert Pujols

When glancing at the players who did crack the Top 50, only one thought is prevalent: damn it’s tough to crack this list.

Names such as Cal Ripken Jr., Eddie Collins, Brooks Robinson, George Brett, Al Kaline, Rod Carew, Harmon Killebrew and even Jackie Robinson couldn’t squeeze in.

For those who did make it, including Alex Rodriguez at No. 11, their resume speaks for itself (PEDs or not).

Major League Baseball has played under a different set of rules many times since its inception in 1869. The Steroid Era was just another one of those rules.

Now lets get on to the big show, the Top 10: