1. OZZIE SMITH
No one made the diving stop better than he did; perhaps best fielder at any position.
2. Luis Aparicio
Got to balls in the hole and threw out runners from there like few others could.
3. HONUS WAGNER
Known more for his eight batting titles, he was the best of Dead Ball era in the field, too.
TODAY'S BEST SHORTSTOPS
1. OMAR VIZQUEL, INDIANS
Makes more plays barehanded than some major leaguers do with a glove.
2. BARRY LARKIN, REDS
Skill afield contributed to his selection as NL MVP in 1995.
3. MIKE BORDICK, A'S
Quick and reliable; made only 10 errors in 1995.