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I interpret it to mean the top five RCs of the decade but agree with you it's not clear.
That is why I asked and was told "I was looking for the best players of the decade, whose rc was also in that decade." Now it seems like he is wanting top 5 players whose RC is in the decade. So, a different list.

50s Mays, Mantle, Aaron, Clemente, Koufax
60s Yaz, Rose, Morgan, Seaver, Bench
70s Schmidt, Brett, Yount, Molitor, Ozzie Smith
80s Henderson, Ripken, Boggs, Maddux, Griffey
90s Frank Thomas, Chipper Jones, Pedro Martinez, Bagwell, Beltre
00s Cabrera, Pujols, Ichiro, Kershaw, Trout

I am excluding known steroid users so Bonds, Arod and Clemens are disqualified. I have seen nothing but rumors about Bagwell, so he is on my list. I go by the original definition for RC, so the 2009 Bowman Chrome Trout is his RC, not the rookie logo card.

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I would rate Gibson over Koufax.
I think I would rate Murray over Molitor who never did much for me.
I would take The Big Unit over Boggs.
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That is why I asked and was told "I was looking for the best players of the decade, whose rc was also in that decade." Now it seems like he is wanting top 5 players whose RC is in the decade. So, a different list.

50s Mays, Mantle, Aaron, Clemente, Koufax
60s Yaz, Rose, Morgan, Seaver, Bench
70s Schmidt, Brett, Yount, Molitor, Ozzie Smith
80s Henderson, Ripken, Boggs, Maddux, Griffey
90s Frank Thomas, Chipper Jones, Pedro Martinez, Bagwell, Thome
00s Cabrera, Pujols, Ichiro, Kershaw, Trout

I am excluding known steroid users so Bonds, Arod and Clemens are disqualified. I have seen nothing but rumors about Bagwell, so he is on my list. I go by the original definition for RC, so the 2009 Bowman Chrome Trout is his RC, not the rookie logo card.
I like the above, very good choices. The reason I switched to top 5; is I thought it was to hard to name just 1 player in any given decade. It would be interesting to see overall top 5 per decade if I threw the rc rule. I just thought made it tougher.
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I like the above, very good choices. The reason I switched to top 5; is I thought it was to hard to name just 1 player in any given decade. It would be interesting to see overall top 5 per decade if I threw the rc rule. I just thought made it tougher.
That makes sense. Here is my NFL list.

50s Otto Graham, Unitas, Dick Lane, Raymond Berry, Brown
60s Nitschke, Deacon Jones, Bob Lilly, Butkus, Sayers
70s Simpson, Page, Greene, Lambert, Payton
80s Montana, Taylor, Rice, R. White, B. Sanders
90s E. Smith, Favre, R. Lewis, P. Manning, Moss
00s Brady, Brees, Tomlinson, Fitzgerald, Rodgers
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That makes sense. Here is my NFL list.

50s Otto Graham, Unitas, Dick Lane, Raymond Berry, Brown
60s Nitschke, Deacon Jones, Bob Lilly, Butkus, Sayers
70s Simpson, Page, Greene, Lambert, Payton
80s Montana, Taylor, Rice, R. White, B. Sanders
90s E. Smith, Favre, R. Lewis, P. Manning, Moss
00s Brady, Brees, Tomlinson, Fitzgerald, Rodgers
Great lists.
Starr over Lane?
I'd be tempted to take Ed Reed over Tomlinson.
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Great lists.
Starr over Lane?
I'd be tempted to take Ed Reed over Tomlinson.
I originally had Reed on but bumped him for Fitz. Starr is definitely worthy too, it was down to him, Berry and Marchetti for my last 50s slot.

On the Baseball list Murray and R Johnson were my 6th picks. I prefer Koufax's peak over Gibson's career and I love Gibby. I really need 10 for the 50s, that was the most talented decade by far.
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I originally had Reed on but bumped him for Fitz. Starr is definitely worthy too, it was down to him, Berry and Marchetti for my last 50s slot.

On the Baseball list Murray and R Johnson were my 6th picks. I prefer Koufax's peak over Gibson's career and I love Gibby. I really need 10 for the 50s, that was the most talented decade by far.
80s FB is tough too, leaving out Elway, Marino, B. Smith. and Lott.
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