Bill Dahlen, 1891-1911
Slick gloveman ranks second in career putouts (4,856), behind Hall of Famer Rabbit Maranville, and third in assists (7,505), behind Ozzie Smith and Luis Aparicio.
Luke Appling, 1930-43, 1945-50
Old Aches and Pains manned White Sox infield for 20 seasons, batting .300 or better in 16 of them and setting records (since broken) for games played and double plays.
Arky Vaughn, 1932-43, 1947-48
Lifetime .318 average is second among shortstops to that of mentor Honus Wagner's .328.
Barry Larkin, 1986-present
Overshadowed first by Ripken, then by Garciaparra, Jeter and Rodriguez, Larkin was the most consistent shortstop of the 1990s, when he batted .303 while winning three Gold Gloves and an MVP award.