1. Mike Schmidt
Mike Schmidt is known as the best all-time third baseman. Mike drafted one selection after George Brett in 1971.
Mike finished his career with an average batting of 0.267, 2234 hits, 548 home runs, 1595 RBIs, and an on-base percentage of 0.380. The ranking at the plate and his performance on the field quickly put Mike Schmidt at the top of all time at the hot corner.
Highlighting his career, he was awarded as the All-Star player twelve times, starting from 1974 to 1989. In 1980, Mike was the champion of the World Series. He was then awarded as the most valuable player in the years 1980, 1981, and 1986.
Also, he is the ten times winner of the Golden Glove Award, six-time winner of the Silver Slugger Award, eight-time NL home run leader, and four-time NL RBI leader. On April 17, 1976, Mike won hearts with four home runs in one game.
He is now 73 years old and spent his entire career as one of the best third basemen.