Forty years ago the game of baseball changed forever when Ron Blomberg stepped to the plate for the Yankees as the first designated hitter in MLB history. Since then the position has evolved, with many players making a career of being a DH. But who've been the best over the past four decades? We're giving you a chance to rank the greatest DHs in MLB history. Scroll over the images to get more information and click to set your rankings.
All stats are only when playing as a designated hitter and are through games of April 2, 2013 for active players.
Sometimes we all need a little extra space to vent. ESPN profiles give fans space to post their own blog entries and go toe-to-toe with commenters.
Ok-State34: It may not be raining in Baltimore, but it's raining at Bethpage (yes, that's two Counting Crows references). A blogger's take on a rainy opening round.
buckifan927: The Cubs seem to be getting well against the White Sox, but one fan isn't satisfied. He's not asking for dirt-kicking pyrotechnics out of Lou Piniella, just a few tweaks to the lineup card.