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18. Red Schoendienst

A nine-time All-Star as a St. Louis Cardinal, Red Schoendienst was one of the most consistent players in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s.  While it might be argued that he was not an upper-echelon player he was certainly at the level below and was so for a long time.  He would collect 170 Hits six times with an impressive 1,980 total for St. Louis with a .289 Batting Average.  Defensively speaking he was one of the most versatile and dependable of his day.  He would finish in the top ten in Defensive bWAR eight times as a Cardinal and he was the leader at his position in Range Factor per Game and Fielding Percentage five times.

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