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1. Leading off and playing DH is a man who saw time in Milwaukee, Minnesota, and won a ring in Toronto. Who was he?
2. In the two-hole and playing center field is someone who is widely regarded as the best player ever. Who was this man who won a World Series title in 1954 and was Godfather to another player who is also spoken of as best ever?
3. The player who bats third in any lineup should be the team's best hitter. Who better on this team to bat third than the man who, more times than not, is seen as the game's best hitter to ever play? This man played for Boston and won the triple crown in 1942 and 1947. Who was this guy who played left field?
4. Hero, legend, savior, and god. Only one man in the history of Major League Baseball has been called all of those things. This man was the game's first superstar. He transcended the game like none other before him. He was solely responsible for one franchise's rise to greatness and many would say he was the reason for another franchise's fall from grace. Who was this right fielder?
5. Playing first base and batting fifth is a man who needs no introduction, but I'm going to give him one anyway. This man played his entire career in New York. He won two MVP Awards and won the triple crown in 1934. Who was he?
6. The sixth hitter is a man who hit .400 three times while playing second base for the Cardinals. Who was he?
7. Batting seventh and playing third base is a man who played his whole career in Philadelphia. Who was this guy who hit well over 500 home runs?
8. Batting eighth is the man who many feel was the best catcher to ever play. This man was an integral part of Cincinnati's "Big Red Machine" during the 1970's. Who was he?
9. For the ninth hitter, we go back old school again, and I do mean old school. This shortstop is the only player in this lineup who can say he played during the 19th century. Most famous for a very expensive baseball card, who was this man who locked down the shortstop position for Pittsburgh?
10. We have our starting nine. Now we just need a pitcher. Who better than a man with over 400 wins and over 100 shutouts during his career? Who was he?
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