4. Dean Jones (Australia) – 5100 runs
For most of his career he batted one down and made a major chunk of his career runs batting at this position. Dean Jones made 5100 runs from 130 innings at a decent average of 43.59. Dean Jones was known for walking down the pitch to the pace bowlers and aggressive outfielding. He redefined one day cricket. He was known for his class, but knew his weaknesses well and was popular in the limited overs format as well. He was part of the start of Australian revival in 1987. He was probably unlucky to have been dropped from the Australian side while still in his prime. He stayed committed to the game and played in Australian domestic leagues, after which he took the job of a commentator. He is no.4 in the list.