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View Poll Results: Which season was better?

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  • 2001

    11 84.62%
  • 2004

    2 15.38%
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  1. #1
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    Barry Bonds: 2001 vs 2004

    Which season of his was better?

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    His 2001 season.
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    2001 by the fact he hit 73 HR that season.
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    Both were absolutely insane. I mean, a .609 OBP in 2004? But I'd take 2001. Close, though.

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    That '01 season is great because of the HRs, one could even argue his '02 season was his best.

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    '01.

    It's ridiculous how good he was...The man put up a .1000 OPS at 41 and 42. Collusion forced retirement on him - BOOOOOOOOO.

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    2001, only because of the home runs...

    2004 was crazy too though, .600+ OBP?

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    2001 vs. 2004
    AVG: .328 vs. .362
    OBP: .515 vs. .609
    SLG: .863 vs. .812
    ISO: .536 vs. .450
    BB%: 26.7 vs. 37.6
    K%: 14.0 vs. 6.6
    wOBA: .537 vs. .537
    wRC+: 234 vs. 233


    Very, very close.

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    probably 2004 tbh


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    For every stat I like during one year, he seems to counter with another awesome stat for that other year. At least to me, both seemed equally productive for the team in their own ways.

    I'll side with 2001, just because home run records are exciting in general and would keep the ballparks full all around the league (where he would be playing). Not only did he produce for the team, but teams for the national league in general.

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    I miss Barry :cry:

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    Oh man this is tough! I'd probably take the 01 season just because of all those HRs

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    2001 is awesome, 73 hrs is crazy

    but in 2004 he got on base 61% of the time, which is even more insane

    i pick both
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