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All Time Third Baseman

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Ron Santo

1960 - 1974

2243 games, 342 home runs, .277 batting average

It will be a happy day for Cubs fans if and when Santo is finally inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame. Concealing the fact that he had diabetes, Santo played 14 seasons with the Cubs and is one of three players to have his number retired—#10 now waves over Wrigley Field.

Manager Frank Chance
First Baseman Cap Anson
Second Baseman Ryne Sandberg
Third Baseman Ron Santo
Shortstop Ernie Banks
Left Fielder Billy Williams
Center Fielder Hack Wilson
Right Fielder Sammy Sosa
Catcher Gabby Hartnett
RH Pitcher Ferguson Jenkins
LH Pitcher Ken Holtzman
Closer Lee Smith

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