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Raul Ibanez

While Raul Ibanez is not likely to go to the Baseball Hall of Fame, this one time All Star should be applauded for his longevity (he played until he was 42) and ability to adapt to other key roles to keep him in the game.  This would help him accumulate over 2,000 Hits and 300 Home Runs, and enough (even though his bWAR is only 20.1) to land a spot on the Hall of Fame ballot.

24. Raul Ibanez

Raul Ibanez would have three runs with the Seattle Mariners, and considering he was a 36th Round Pick, the fact that he played nineteen seasons in total is a huge accomplishment.

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