Alright guys, this section has been active lately, and I've got new members that knowa a lot about the sport. So I'll be starting new threads about some of the greatest players that have played the game, and we will discuss about him, what was so great about him, and what has impressed you the most about him. I want this to be done properly, I don't want crappy short messages, if you don't know nothing about the certain player, then you can reply asking questions about him, but I don't want replies saying this guy is overrated and stuff, if you do think he's overrated then state why. I will delete any messages that I feel isn't appropriate for these threads. The third player that I have chosen is Ty Cobb. Discuss. Tyrus Raymond Cobb is one of the best players of all time, he set over 90 records while he was playing and he still holds some records today. He has a .366 career batting average, which is the highest of any players. He's second all time in career hits with 4,191, he also had 2,245 career runs. He has 12 career batting titles. Cobb's legacy as an athlete has sometimes been overshadowed by his surly temperament, allegedly severe racism, and aggressive reputation, which was described by the Detroit Free Press as "daring to the point of dementia." I am sure that you guys already know what I just mentioned, but can you eloborate on his career, his temperament, racism and his aggressive reputation?