Here are the players I ranked 61st thru 70th:
|61||Ken Griffey Jr.||970||CF 6|
|62||Chipper Jones||969||3B 5|
|63||Eddie Murray||953||1B 4|
|64||Rod Carew||951||2B 7|
|65||Ferguson Jenkins||950||P 19|
|66||Luke Appling||939||SS 6|
|67||Willie McCovey||938||1B 5|
|68||Miguel Cabrera||936||1B 6|
|69||Charlie Gehringer||931||2B 8|
|70||Adrian Beltre||925||3B 6|
There are a lot of modern players in this group. The exceptions being Luke Appling and Charlie Gehringer. I count modern as players I saw play, at least on TV. I saw Rod Carew all the time being a Twins fan. He was the famous player I saw the most in real life as we tried to make it to a Twins game every year. I thought Willie McCovey was the most intimidating batter as a kid. He seemed to cover the whole plate and more. However, Miguel Cabera might have passed him this year. I would have no problem as it could go either way between the two. I am only going to calculate these rating thru 2019. It would to much of a bother to update everyone.
By the way last time I did this I said that Craig Biggio came up just short of a major league record, but never mentioned it in my Biggio record. The record was for hit by pitch. Biggio was hit by a pitch a career 285 times, second on the all-time list. The all-time leader is hall of famer Hugh Jennings with 287. Jennings ranks 581st on this list. This is not the type of record you want to play extra to break.