The oldest living Hall of Famer is Boston Red Sox 2B Bobby Doerr, who is currently 94 years, 41 days old at number 15. He can also trace baseball back to his debut, which was April 20, 1937, a date no other living player played. Monte Irvin is 21st at 93, 83. Another Red Sox veteran, SS Johnny Pesky is 27th at 92, 234.
Stan Musial is probably the most accomplished living player as he ranked 40th on the list at 91, 179. Former MLB player and manager Grady Hatton ranks 68th at 89, 204. Legendary OF and NY Mets broadcaster Ralph Kiner is number 69, at 89, 204. St Louis Cardinals 2B, manager and coach Red Schoendienst ranks 75th at 89, 106. That makes 5 MLB Hall of Famers among the top 100.