Major League Baseball has all sorts of different players. You have the speedster outfielders who usually lead off the lineup, the power hitting middle-of-the-order guys who usually stick to first base because they can’t field, the power and finesse pitchers and once in a while, the five-tool player.

Aside from these, most teams also have one or a handful of scrappy players. As for what a scrappy player is, the accepted definition is one who makes the most of limited talent. There’s no way to quantify scrappiness, it’s merely a situation of knowing it when you see it.

Because it can’t be quantified, many consider the variable of scrappiness to be entirely useless. Nonetheless, gaining this label has helped many have nice careers over baseball’s history. Here are the top 15 current scrappiest players in baseball.

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