Jeff Bagwell: Bagwell might have won multiple Gold Glove Awards if J.T. Snow had not changed leagues in 1997. But first baseman's bat makes a convincing case with 449 home runs, eight 100-RBI seasons and .297 batting average.
Trevor Hoffman: Hoffman's 601 career saves are even more impressive considering he relied exclusively on his changeup during the steroid era.
Vladimir Guerrero: Guerrero was like the two-way football standout you feared at the plate (.318 batting average, 10 100-RBI season) and in right field with his powerful arm.
Jeff Kent: In addition to being one of the top hitting second...