Eddie Collins

White Sox second baseman Eddie Collins, who hit .328 in 34 career World Series games, was a part of four championships teams, the first three in Philadelphia.

Eddie Collins, 2B


Career: 1906-1930, White Sox, A's
Fun fact: All-time leader in assists (7,630) by a second baseman

A member both of the A's famed "$100,000 Infield" and the 1919 Chicago "Black Sox" (he wasn't implicated in the fix), Collins hit .333 over his 25-year career.

Eighth all-time in stolen bases (741), 10th in hits (3,315) and 12th in both triples (187) and on-base percentage (.424). Over six World Series appearances, he hit .328 (and that counts his .226 with one RBI in 1919.)

Previous rank: 42