Sorry about that. I have been on so little in the past year, I didn't think of checking my pm box. I have now cleared it.Since I do know who each of these players are, mine isn't blind by any means but by evaluating numbers I think I'd evaluate as follows:
Player D - I think he's the best overall player. He provides the best range of offense with defense that would make anyone envious. Probably should be a unanimous #1.
Player C - Player C is very comparable to Player E. They are both not great defensively, hanging on average around where you'd expect to find an average fielder. Offensively I think Player C has a significant edge, finding himself on base about 6 times more often per 100 at bats. That would add up over 15-20 years. Basing on stolen bases I'd argue that Player C is at the least probably the smartest base runner on the list and also leads the list where WPA was available by a rather significant margin.
Player E - Knowing some external facts on this guy, I would actually have him a spot lower but over stats I did provide for you guys, I have to place him here.
Player A - This guy was an on base machine and provided really good defense too.
Player B - Not much that can really be said. Not significantly worse in any area than anyone. Didn't have mind blowing defense but also didn't have the big bat that the first 2 players did either(Player D and C)
Player E - I think this guy gets lost in the conversation over quantifying the importance of defense. His bat was about as average as it gets but according to the numbers he was twice the fielder that any other player on this list is. Being familiar with TZR/UZR that 16 number averaged over the course of an entire career is just insane. I think if he had a slightly better bat I'd have him up the list further.
Thanks for all the input, of those voting I have a question pm'd(except soberdennis, his pm box was full) to you guys and when I get a response from each of you I will reveal the identities and compare the question I asked you guys.