|1st||Walter Johnson||Joe Mauer||Harmon Killebrew||Rod Carew||Eddie Yost||Joe Cronin||Goose Goslin||Kirby Puckett||Tony Oliva|
|2nd||Bert Blyleven||Earl Battey||Kent Hrbek||Chuck Knoblauch||Corey Koskie||Cecil Travis||Heinie Manush||Clyde Milan||Sam Rice|
|3rd||Johan Santana||Butch Wynegar||Joe Judge||Buddy Myer||Gary Gaetti||Greg Gagne||Roy Sievers||Torii Hunter||Bob Allison|
|4th||Brad Radke||Muddy Ruel||Mickey Vernon||Bucky Harris||Eddie Foster||George McBride||Gary Ward||Stan Spence||Tom Brunansky|
|5th||Camilo Pascual||Brian Harper||Justin Morneau||Ray Morgan||Ossie Bluege||Roy Smalley||Larry Hisle||Jimmie Hall||John Stone|
|6th||Frank Viola||Rick Ferrell||Chick Gandil||Brian Dozier||Buddy Lewis||Zoilo Versalles||Jacque Jones||Sam West||Matt Lawton|
Though he no longer plays catcher, we got to see something truly special with Joe Mauer behind the plate. It's a real shame he needed to be moved to first base. A.J. Pierzynski just missed the cut. I chose Ferrell for the 6th Team only because he played for the franchise a bit longer.
Second base was surprising to me. I didn't think Brian Dozier in his brief career had done enough yet to show up in the keystone column, but there truly wasn't anyone more deserving that I could find. For all those fine players, there wasn't a lot of depth beyond them.
I named Corey Koskie this franchise's all-time third baseman a few years ago, but upon revisiting the numbers, I think you have to go with the Walking Man, Eddie Yost. His longevity is just too great a factor, even if Koskie at his best was a little better. It's no insult to be on the 2nd Team, Corey.