5. Ty Cobb
Major League Baseball player Ty Cobb played 22 seasons as a quarterback for the Detroit Tigers and played his final season before retiring for the Philadelphia Athletics. He was once the youngest player ever to hit 4,000 shots and score 2,000 runs.
Ty Cobb holds the record for career highest batting average of 0.367 and holds the career highest batting title with 12 wins. His incredible career is adorned with 4,191 career shots, 2,246 career runs, 3,035 career appearances and 11,434 batting.