ESPN.com has put together a baseball Hall of Fame that ignores character or steroids and simply looks at what a player did on the field.
That list includes two Texas Rangers that all fans know. Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez, who played parts of 13 seasons with the Rangers and won 13 Gold Gloves in his career while making 14 All-Star teams, comes in at No. 71.
Rodriguez is one spot behind Juan Marichal and one spot in front of Bert Blyleven.
Rangers CEO Nolan Ryan also makes the list, of course. He's No. 35 with a resume that includes seven no-hitters and the all-time mark of 5,714 strikeouts. Ryan is positioned just ahead of Mel Ott and behind Ken Griffey Jr.