All-Time #MLBRank, Nos. 70-61

— -- It's here: The countdown of All-Time #MLBRank moves into the top 100 baseball players across all positions.

To create our list, an ESPN expert panel voted on thousands of head-to-head matchups of 162 players, based on both peak performance and career value.

The Top 100 will roll out this week. Here are Nos. 70-61.

So far, we released Nos. 100-91 | 90-81 | 80-71.

We've also rolled out the top 10 players at each position: LHP | RHP | Catchers | Shortstops | Third basemen | Second basemen | First basemen | Left fielders | Center fielders | Right fielders

All-Time #MLBRank: 70-61

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Carlton Fisk

Position(s)
Catcher

Teams
Boston Red Sox (1969, '71-80), Chicago White Sox ('81-93)

Honors
Rookie of the Year (1972), 11-time All-Star ('72-74, '76-78, '80-82, '85, '91), Gold Glove ('72), three Silver Sluggers ('81, '85, '88), Hall of Fame (2000) 

Championships
None

Career stats
.269/.341/.457, OPS -- .797, Hits -- 2,356, HRs -- 376, RBIs -- 1,330

Did you know?
Fisk played 24 seasons in the majors and hit 351 home runs, meriting his number being retired by both the White Sox (No. 72) and Red Sox (No. 27). Fisk's start to his career foreshadowed his success. He was the first player to be named unanimous AL Rookie of the Year in 1972. -- Jacob Nitzberg, ESPN Stats & Info

Shoeless Joe Jackson

Position(s)
Left field

Teams
Philadelphia A's (1908-09), Cleveland Naps (1910-14), Cleveland Indians (1915), Chicago White Sox (1915-20)

Honors
None

Championships
1 -- Chicago (1917)

Career stats
.356/.423/.517, OPS -- .940, Hits -- 1,772, HRs -- 54, RBIs -- 785

Did you know?

As a rookie in 1911, Jackson hit .408, highest ever by a rookie (a mark that seemingly will stand forever). Then, because of the Black Sox Scandal, Jackson's last season was 1920, a year in which he hit .382. That's the highest batting average ever by a player in his final season. -- Dan Braunstein, ESPN Stats & Info

Whitey Ford

Position(s)
Left-handed starter

Teams
New York Yankees (1950, 1953-67)

Honors
10-time All-Star (1954-56, '58-61*, '64), Cy Young ('61), World Series MVP ('61), Hall of Fame ('74)

*Named to two All-Star teams in '60 and '61

Championships
6 -- New York (1950, '53, '56, '58, '61-62)

Career stats
W-L: 236-106, 45 shutouts, 3,170.1 innings pitched, 2.75 ERA, 1,956 strikeouts, 1.215 WHIP

Did you know?
Ford won six World Series titles with the Yankees and holds the all-time record with 10 wins in the Fall Classic. He's still the all-time World Series record-holder with 33 consecutive scoreless innings. Ford and Christy Mathewson are the only pitchers to throw a shutout in three straight World Series starts. -- Mark Simon, ESPN Stats & Info

Nap Lajoie

Position(s)
Second base, first base

Teams
Philadelphia Phillies (1896-1900), Philadelphia A's (1901-02, '15-16), Cleveland Bronchos (1902), Cleveland Naps (1903-14)

Honors
AL Triple Crown (1901), Hall of Fame ('37) 

Championships
None

Career stats
.338/.380/.466, OPS -- .847, Hits -- 3,243, HRs -- 82, RBIs -- 1,599

Did you know?
Lajoie was one of the game's great hitters over an extended period of time. He is one of six players to rank in the top-5 in batting average in two different decades (1900s and 1910s). The others are Ty Cobb, Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Hank Aaron and Tony Gwynn. -- Simon

Frank Thomas

Position(s)
Designated hitter, first base

Teams
Chicago White Sox (1990-2005), Oakland A's ('06, '08), Toronto Blue Jays ('07-08)

Honors
Two-time MVP (1993-94), five-time All-Star ('93-97), four Silver Sluggers ('91, '93-94, 2000), Hall of Fame ('14)

Championships
1* -- Chicago (2005)

*played for Chicago during 2005 season, but was injured during the playoffs

Career stats
.301/.419/.555, OPS -- .974, Hits -- 2,468, HRs -- 521, RBIs -- 1,704

Did you know?
Thomas, a .301 career hitter in 19 seasons for the White Sox, A's and Blue Jays, hit 521 career home runs, tied for 20th-most all time, including five 40-homer seasons. But Thomas was also great at getting on base. His .419 on-base percentage ranks third best among those who debuted in the expansion era (since 1961), behind Barry Bonds and Joey Votto. -- Simon

<a href="http://abcnews.go.com/topics/sports/baseball/ichiro-suzuki.htm" class="r_lapi">Ichiro Suzuki</a>

Position
Right field 

Teams
Seattle Mariners (2001-12), New York Yankees ('12-14), Miami Marlins ('15-present)

Honors
AL Rookie of the Year (2001), AL MVP ('01), 10-time AL All-Star ('01-10), All-Star MVP ('07), three AL Silver Sluggers ('01, '07, '09), 10 AL Gold Gloves ('01-10)

Championships
None

Career stats*
.314/.358/.406, OPS -- .763, Hits -- 2,994, HRs -- 113, RBI -- 750

*Stats through June 18, 2016

Did you know?
Ichiro's 10 seasons with at least 200 hits ranks tied for first all time with Pete Rose. Ichiro had all 10 of his 200-hit seasons in a 10-year span. Rose never had more than three consecutive 200-hit seasons. --Marty Callinan, ESPN Stats & Info

Al Kaline

Position(s)
Right field, first base

Teams
Detroit Tigers (1953-74)

Honors
18-time All-Star (1955-67*, '71, '74), 10 Gold Gloves ('57-59, '61-67), Hall of Fame ('80)

*played in two All-Star Games in '59, '60, '61

Championships
1 -- Detroit (1968)

Career stats
297/.376/.480, OPS -- .855, Hits -- 3,007, HRs -- 399, RBI --1,582

Did you know?
Al Kaline hit 399 home runs in a 22-season career, the most of any player who never hit 30 home runs in a season. Kaline was known for his defense as much as his offense. His 10 Gold Glove Awards are tied for third most by an outfielder, trailing only Roberto Clemente and Willie Mays (12 each) -- Simon

Harmon Killebrew

Position(s)
First base, third base, left field

Teams
Washington Senators (1954-60), Minnesota Twins ('61-74), Kansas City Royals ('75)

Honors
MVP (1969), 13-time All-Star ('59*, '61*, '63-71), Hall of Fame ('84)

*Played in two All-Star Games in '59 and '61

Championships
None

Career stats
.256/.376/.509, OPS -- .884, Hits -- 2,086, HRs - 573, RBIs -- 1,584

Did you know?
Killebrew ranks in the top 15 all time in both home runs (573, 12th) and walks (1,559, 15th). In 1969, Killebrew led the American League with 49 home runs, 140 RBIs and 145 walks. Only two other players reached all three of those totals in a single season- Babe Ruth for the 1921 Yankees and Mark McGwire for the 1998 Cardinals. -- Simon

Brooks Robinson

Position(s)
Third base

Teams
Baltimore Orioles (1955-77)

Honors
18-time All-Star (1960-74*), 16 Gold Gloves ('60-75), MVP (1964), All-Star MVP ('66), World Series MVP ('70), Hall of Fame ('83)

*Played in two All-Star Games in '60, '61 and '62

Championships
2 -- Baltimore (1966, '70)

Career stats
.267/.322/.401, OPS -- .723, Hits -- 2,848, HRs -- 268, RBIs -- 1,357

Did you know?
Robinson is best known for his glove work, particularly during the 1970 World Series. But Robinson came through with the bat in postseason play, too. That year, he hit .485 combining the ALCS and World Series, going 16-for-33 in eight games. That's the third-highest batting average by a player with at least 25 at-bats in a single postseason since the format went to multiple rounds in 1969. Only Manny Ramirez (2008 Dodgers, .520) and Billy Hatcher (1990 Reds, .519) rank higher. -- Simon

<a href="http://abcnews.go.com/topics/sports/baseball/chipper-jones.htm" class="r_lapi">Chipper Jones</a>

Position(s)
Third base

Teams
Atlanta Braves (1993, 1995-2012)

Honors
Eight-time All-Star (1996-98, 2000-01, '08, '11-12), MVP ('99), two Silver Sluggers ('99-2000) 

Championships
1 -- Atlanta (1995)

Career stats
.303/.401/.529, OPS -- .930, Hits -- 2,726, HRs -- 468, RBIs -- 1,623

Did you know?
Jones finished his career with a .303 batting average, .401 on-base percentage and .529 slugging percentage. He is the only switch-hitter in major league history to post a .300/.400/.500 slash line, playing in at least 1,000 career games. -- Simon