#85 - Willie McCovey
Willie McCovey was one of the most intimidating power hitters of his era, and was called “the scariest hitter in baseball” by pitcher Bob Gibson, and “Mr. October Reggie” Jackson concurred. McCovey totaled up 521 home runs which included a home run on September 16, 1966 described as the longest ever hit in San Francisco. Add to it: Rookie of the Year, a Major League Player of the Year Award, an MVP, a 6X All Star winner, and a Hall of Fame induction.