Pujols has been a consistent force at the plate, combining power and average. He has over 600 home runs and a career batting average well above .300.

1. Albert Pujols:

Cabrera is one of seven players with 3,000 hits and 500 home runs, a two-time MVP, and the first Triple Crown winner since 1967.

 2. Miguel Cabrera: 

Bonds was widely regarded as one of baseball's best hitters. He is a seven-time MVP along with the single-season and career home run records.

3. Barry Bonds: 

4. Mike Trout

Trout has hit .185 in his last 14 games despite his young age, Trout is widely regarded as the best player in baseball today.

5. Manny Ramirez

Ramirez was one of the most dangerous batters of his era, winning World Series titles in 19 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB).

6. Ichiro Suzuki

Suzuki's batting ability and exceptional speed rank among the best in the history of Japanese baseball. He set MLB single-season record and seven Pacific League batting titles 

7. Alex Rodrigues

A-Rod Had A Remarkable MLB Career, Won Multiple MVP Awards He finished 20th, fourth, and third, respectively, with 3,115 hits, 696 home runs, and 2,086 RBIs

8. Joey Votto

Votto is one of the most disciplined hitters, He has a career batting average of .297 with 342 home runs and 1106 RBIs5, he is currently on the 10-day injured list2 due to a shoulder injury

9. Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter is an American former professional baseball player. He is a five-time World Series champion, a 14-time All-Star and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, and is also a baseball executive.

10. Devid Ortiz

Ortiz was a clutch hitter who was a key figure in the success of the Boston Red Sox, playing a key role in three World Series championships, earning him the nickname "Big Puppy".