MLB.com produced an article about who was each club’s best player of the 1990s. Cumulative WAR (Baseball Reference’s version) is the stat used to determine who was each club’s best player of the 90s. Of course, there are some obvious answers but there were some interesting names here.
From MLB.com – Who was each club’s best player of the 1990s?
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