Your All-Time Team in any sport

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If you had the chance to build an all-time team in your favorite sport, who would you pick?


My all time teams in football, basketball, baseball and hockey are as follows.



QB Dan Marino

RB Barry Sanders

FB Daryl Johnston

WR Jerry Rice

WR Cris Carter

TE Shannon Sharpe

LT Bruce Matthews
LG Larry Allen
C Frank Winters
RG Adam Timmerman
RT Jonathan Ogden


Defense (4-3)

DE Bruce Smith

DT Ray Childress

DT Jon Randle
DE Leslie O'Neal

LB Junior Seau

LB Derrick Brooks
LB Sam Mills

CB Deion Sanders

S John Lynch
S Rod Woodson

CB Aeneas Williams



PG John Stockton
SG Kobe Bryant
C Shaquille O'Neal
PF Tim Duncan
SF Scottie Pippen




Ken Griffey, Jr.

Kirby Puckett

Tony Gwynn



Jeff Bagwell

Craig Biggio

Cal Ripken, Jr.

Chipper Jones


C Mike Piazza

P Tom Glavine



C Mario Lemieux

F Jaromir Jagr
F Teemu Selanne

D Scott Stevens
D Brian Leetch

G Marty Brodeur

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Baseball (All-Time)

C Johnny Bench

1B Lou Gehrig

2B Rogers Hornsby

3B Mike Schmidt

SS Honus Wagner

LF Ted Williams

CF Willie Mays

RF Hank Aaron

DH Babe Ruth


SP Walter Johnson

SP Cy Young

SP Roger Clemens

SP Kid Nichols

SP Pete Alexander


RP Mariano Rivera

RP Dennis Eckersley

RP Hoyt Wilhelm

RP Billy Wagner

RP Rich Gossage


Manager John McGraw



Baseball (Players that I watched)

C Gary Carter

1B Albert Pujols

2B Rod Carew

3B Mike Schmidt

SS Cal Ripken Jr.

LF Rickey Henderson

CF Ken Griffey Jr.

RF Reggie Jackson

DH Frank Thomas


SP Roger Clemens

SP Tom Seaver

SP Randy Johnson

SP Greg Maddux

SP Pedro Martinez


RP Mariano Rivera

RP Dennis Eckersley

RP Billy Wagner

RP Rich Gossage

RP Trevor Hoffman


Manager Bobby Cox

Honorable Mention: Dale Murphy

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10 hours ago, flasah said:


Honorable Mention: Dale Murphy

people are either too young to know, or have forgotten just how great he was in the 80s. He was second only to Mike Schmidt in home runs for the decade (by a margin of only 5) and was an MVP candidate pretty much every year. In this era and with these parks, he’d be an easy 500 home run guy (and Schmidt would probably have well over 600). 

IMO, Murphy is a HOFer. He is a great example of someone who’s numbers, while very good, don’t reflect just how dominant he was. 

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