Coming at number 7 on the list: "7. Tim Raines, Tim Wallach Expos. Both Tims logged their first sustained playing time during the strike-shortened 1981 season, Raines bursting onto the scene with a .304/.391/.438 line and a league-leading 71 stolen bases. Despite a well documented cocaine problem, Raines became one of the most dynamic players in baseball, combining excellent on-base skills with a little pop and blazing speed. He led the NL in steals each of his first four seasons, winding up with 808 with an 84.7 percent success rate in his career. Wallach, meanwhile, was a solid all-around player who made five All-Star teams and won three Gold Glove awards in 13 seasons in Montreal. Combined WAR for Expos: 77.8"