There are those special big league players that just keep proving the critics wrong. Despite consistently producing year-after-year, they find themselves shopped to new teams and are forced to prove their value time and time again. Juan Pierre has made a career out of proving people wrong, and one look at this elite speedster's career stats would leave most fans scratching their heads in confusion. You can begin to understand Pierre's consistency with the fact that he has the most stolen bases amongst active big league players with 500. You can also point to his career average at just under .300. In fact, after being shipped from Los Angeles to Chicago in 2010, Pierre went on to have a banner year, leading the league with 68 stolen bases, scoring just under 100 runs (98) and registering 179 hits in a critical leadoff spot in Chicago's batting order. This marked the third season that Pierre had led the league in steals. Suffice to say, that after 11 seasons with five different teams, Juan Pierre has proven that he is one of the best leadoff hitters and sure-fire gloves in the past decade.