Pretty much arbitrarily, I decided to split this list between players I collect and players I don't collect. Here are the players I don't collect. All of these guys are active players. All are long-time players with at least 13 years of service. Some are getting a bit past their prime.
2009 O-Pee-Chee Black #106 Bob AbreuAbreu is a 15-year veteran with a career .296 BA and 276 home runs. He is signed with the Angels through 2012 for a career salary of $124,379,666.
2010 Topps 206 Mini American Caramel #109 Carlos BeltranBeltran has been hobbled by injuries the past two years. He was the AL Rookie of the Year in 1999 and is a 5-time All-Star. He is in the last year of a 7-year $114.5 million contract with the Mets. His career earnings will be $134,127,346.
2011 Topps #144 Lance BerkmanAfter 12 years with the Astros he was traded to the Yankees in 2010. Although slowed by injuries the past few years this 5-time All-Star has a career .296 BA with 327. The Cardinals have him signed in 2011 for $8 million bringing his career salary to $102,005,000.
2010 Topps Allen & Ginter #197 Johnny DamonAfter 16 seasons, Damon is still pretty much an everyday player with a career .287 BA and 215 homer runs. He's signed with the Rays this year for $5.5 million giving him a career salary of $110,439,000
2009 Topps Heritage #593 Jason GiambiGiambi, a 16-year veteran, has a career BA of .281 with 415 home runs. Although only a part-time player these days, this 5-time All-Star is signed with the Rockies through 2012, and will have made $132,658,996 by then.
2011 Topps #255 Torii HunterHeading into his 15th season, Hunter is a 4-time All-Star with a career .275 BA and 258 homer runs. He is signed with the Angels through 2012 and will have made $134,055,000.
2010 Topps #192 Andruw JonesJones actually played for the White Sox. Although his stats and playing time have decreased in recent years he is a 5-time All-Star with 407 home runs. After 2 years of suffering with only a half-mil paycheck, he is signed with the Yankees in 2011 for $2 million which will give him a career salary of $105,433,410
2010 Topps Allen & Ginter #250 Magglio OrdonezOrdonez is a 5-time All-Star with a career BA of .312. He also has 289 home runs and a .511 career slugging percentage. He is signed with the Tigers through 2011 by which he will have made $133,470,746
2010 Topps 206 #95 Jorge PosadaPosada has played his entire 16-year career for the Yankees. He has a .275 career BA with 261 home runs. He has a .992 fielding percentage as a catcher and is 5-time All-Star and a 5-time Silver Slugger. He is signed with the Yankees through 2011 by which he will have made $104,358,500. I haven't checked but I would guess that would make him the highest paid catcher in baseball history.
2009 Topps Update All-Star Stitches #45 Mariano RiveraComing into 2011, Rivera is an 11-time All-Star with 559 career saves. He is signed with the Yankees through 2012 by the end of which he will have made $159, 530, 125.