When considering a player for the Baseball Hall of Fame, his off-the-field actions seem to be taken into consideration just as much as his on-the-field play. Well, ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine are taking a different approach. They have teamed up for the Hall of 100 project, which features a panel of experts who will rank the top 100 players in baseball history regardless of suspicion of steroid use or radical behavior. Instead, the panel will rank players exclusively by their performance on the diamond. So who does SportsNation see as the greatest MLB player of all time? Click the images below to set your rankings!

Baseball's Greatest Players

Hank Aaron

Hank Aaron

Career: 3,771 H, 755 HR, .305 BA

Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds

Career: 2,935 H, 762 HR, .298 BA

Roger Clemens

Roger Clemens

Career: 354-184 W/L, 3.12 ERA, 4,916.2 IP

Ty Cobb

Ty Cobb

Career: 4,189 H, 117 HR, .366 BA

Joe DiMaggio

Joe DiMaggio

Career: 2,214 H, 361 HR, .325 BA

Lou Gehrig

Lou Gehrig

Career: 2,721 H, 493 HR, .340 BA

Rickey Henderson

Rickey Henderson

Career: 3,055 H, 297 HR, .279 BA, 1,406 SB

Rogers Hornsby

Rogers Hornsby

Career: 2,930 H, 301 HR, .358 BA

Randy Johnson

Randy Johnson

Career: 303-166 W/L, 3.29 ERA, 4,135.1 IP

Walter Johnson

Walter Johnson

Career: 417-279 W/L, 2.17 ERA, 5914.1 IP

Greg Maddux

Greg Maddux

Career: 355-227 W/L, 3.16 ERA, 5,008.1 IP

Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle

Career: 2,415 H, 536 HR, .298 BA

Willie Mays

Willie Mays

Career: 3,283 H, 660 HR, .302 BA

Joe Morgan

Joe Morgan

Career: 2,517 H, 268 HR, .271 BA

Stan Musial

Stan Musial

Career: 3,630 H, 475 HR, .331 BA

Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols

Career: 2,246 H, 475 HR, .325 BA

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson

Career: 2,943 H, 586 HR, .294 BA

Alex Rodriguez

Alex Rodriguez

Career: 2,901 H, 647 HR, .300 BA

Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth

Career: 2,873 H, 714 HR, .342 BA
Career: 94-46 W/L, 2.28 ERA, 1,221.1 IP

Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt

Career: 2,234 H, 548 HR, .267 BA

Tom Seaver

Tom Seaver

Career: 311-205 W/L, 2.86 ERA, 4,783.0 IP

Tris Speaker

Tris Speaker

Career: 3,514 H, 117 HR, .345 BA

Honus Wagner

Honus Wagner

Career: 3,420 H, 101 HR, .328 BA

Ted Williams

Ted Williams

Career: 2,654 H, 521 HR, .344 BA

Cy Young

Cy Young

Career: 511-316 W/L, 2.63 ERA, 7,356.0 IP

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