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  1. Saved that article. There is a lot more to...

    Saved that article. There is a lot more to home/road splits than meets the eye.
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    Ha, same here and I am more or less, just the...

    Ha, same here and I am more or less, just the basic Boom Rah Rah fan that roots for whoever the Rockies put on the field.
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    I really enjoy glancing at saber stats since all...

    I really enjoy glancing at saber stats since all players are measured from the same standard with 'so called' objective numbers, with no personal bias thrown in there.
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    BR says to think 'AAAA' player as the standard to...

    BR says to think 'AAAA' player as the standard to measure from.
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    BR has the Rockies payroll at an estimated 71.3m...

    BR has the Rockies payroll at an estimated 71.3m Sort of pales in comparison to the Dodgers estimated 213.8m

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/teams/COL/2012-roster.shtml

    Rockies have 55.5m...
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    Poll: Player Comparisons

    What'ya think?
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    Bagwell, with the time frame difference of Aaron...

    Bagwell, with the time frame difference of Aaron and Ruth you're ignoring the "human factor" again. It's quite possible that you'd have Ruth rated over Aaron if you swapped the eras. A player of any...
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    The humidor was installed at Coors Field in 2002,...

    The humidor was installed at Coors Field in 2002, it brought down Walkers numbers a bit.
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    Where is the comparison stats you're suppose to...

    Where is the comparison stats you're suppose to post? If you had dug them up and looked at them, you would've started this thread for another 2 or 3 years.
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    Yeah, but you are comparing guys with better...

    Yeah, but you are comparing guys with better equipment and training as if they would have had it back in 06. They'd actually would have to be born in that time frame to see how they would have done...
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    Good debate guys. Bagwell, about the 10%(or 1%...

    Good debate guys.

    Bagwell, about the 10%(or 1% per year) increase of MLB each decade that James wrote about............that works going back in time or going forward in time. If you wormhole a...
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    ^Bagwell 368 I just believe that pitchers...

    ^Bagwell 368

    I just believe that pitchers could change time frames and their workloads would increase going back in time and vice versa. I also believe the human arm never has changed, it's what...
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    45 cubs sp 1117ip/155g= 7.2ip-4man=279ip 55 cubs...

    45 cubs sp 1117ip/155g= 7.2ip-4man=279ip
    55 cubs sp 1007ip/154g= 6.5ip-4man=251ip
    65 cubs sp 996ip/164g= 6.07ip-4man=249ip
    75 cubs sp 1023ip/162g= 6.3ip-4man=255ip
    85 cubs sp 970ip/162g=...
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    Good points, but pitchers are going on the DL at...

    Good points, but pitchers are going on the DL at a higher rate today, then ever. Some of it is because of way they work the 15/60 DL for roster moves and the way some pitchers think of it as a...
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    Poll: Past a 6 year peak you got a point.

    Past a 6 year peak you got a point.
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    Poll: Nolan is #2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Woo...

    Nolan is #2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Woo Hooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    God bless you kids!
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    ^Interesting lists. As far as team value goes,...

    ^Interesting lists.

    As far as team value goes, the pitchers of today couldn't compete with the old boys.
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    Poll: To bad there isn't a league average PED boost at...

    To bad there isn't a league average PED boost at BR.:)
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    Poll: I agree with you about the armor. It allows you...

    I agree with you about the armor. It allows you to hang in there on inside pitch without fear.
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    Poll: age 29 to end of career or still active. Barry...

    age 29 to end of career or still active.

    Barry Bonds-.309 .479 .665

    Jim Thome-.278 .404 .559
    Jeff Bagwell-.290 .409 .550
    Ken Griffey-.265 .359 .504
    A Rod......-.298 .396 .567...
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    Poll: Isn't the start of a players decline in 32-34...

    Isn't the start of a players decline in 32-34 year range?

    About the weight gain......



    The 25-40lb gain in a short time is popular opinion. Did he weigh in at the end of the season and the...
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    Poll: You work that hard and it's going to improve your...

    You work that hard and it's going to improve your strength, with, or without juice.
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    Poll: I'm curious Bagwell 368. What % boost do you give...

    I'm curious Bagwell 368. What % boost do you give for PED's. Even if you give a ridiculous 10% you still have to give Bonds 90% on the accused steroids years instead of erasing them.
  24. In winning shares you have to add Ruth's pitching...

    In winning shares you have to add Ruth's pitching shares before he noses out Bonds.
  25. Dare I say the very best 6.1 IP per start,...

    Dare I say the very best 6.1 IP per start, greatest ever?
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