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    Who's the greatest baseball player of all time?

    Who the best and why?







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    its sooo impossible to pick just one since the game has changed so much. players back then couldn't play with the players now. but then your going to have people say babe ruth or people from that era. just no way of telling who the best is
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    Mario Mendoza

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    Willie mays.

    With his athleticism he could play in all eras I'm sure. Made something like 20 straight all star games....over 500 dongs and played part of his career at the polo grounds....dude was a beast

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    Ricky Otero because we are about the same height.

    In all seriousness Babe Ruth because as a pitcher and hitter the margin in which he was better and more dominant then all others of his era has not been matched in any sport.

    Here is one example of my evidence...look at the homerun totals of Ruth and of the guys before him and the guys in the national league, its not close...usually things are responsibly close. He just dominated like no one else ever.

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    Albert Pujols in 10 years.

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    Ryan Howard. Just look at all those RBI.

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    I'll go with Barry Bonds. He's the best I've ever seen. While on "substances" he was the only one to put up Ruthian type numbers in the history of the game, even shattered some of Ruth's records...

    In an era where everyone was using the stuff, he was the best. Jason Schmidt throwing 97 and then all of a sudden is at 91 after testing...


    Pujols has a great shot of surpassing him, but Bonds also stole bases and won golden gloves... that's why I put him #1.

    He treated the media like crap and well, the media probably deserved that...
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    Babe Ruth

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    Quote Originally Posted by leftymo View Post
    I'll go with Barry Bonds. He's the best I've ever seen. While on "substances" he was the only one to put up Ruthian type numbers in the history of the game, even shattered some of Ruth's records...

    In an era where everyone was using the stuff, he was the best. Jason Schmidt throwing 97 and then all of a sudden is at 91 after testing...


    Pujols has a great shot of surpassing him, but Bonds also stole bases and won golden gloves... that's why I put him #1.

    He treated the media like crap and well, the media probably deserved that...
    Pujols has won gold gloves and plays outstanding defense. While he may not steal a ton of bases, he is one of the best baserunners in baseball.


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    A-Rod, Sammy, Sosa, Mcguire, Bonds, Clemans. jk


    Babe Ruth

    Jackie Robinson ( because he was the 1st black player in baseball)

    Ty Cobb

    Willie Mays


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    Ruth, Bonds, Pujols.

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    Edwin Encarnacion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneTuzSea View Post
    Ryan Howard. Just look at all those RBI.
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