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Second Baseman: Pete Rose

Photograph By AP Photo

Charlie Hustle earned his lifetime ban from baseball for gambling on games while managing the Reds -- overshadowing what otherwise would have been a first-ballot Hall of Fame career. The all-time hit king (4,256) began his playing days as a second baseman, and that's where he lands in our lineup, though the 17-time All-Star also played first base, third base and all three outfield positions.