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  1. #1
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    Is ARod the greatest player of the last 35 years?

    Home runs - 5th all time (has chance for 1st all time)

    RBI - 7th all time (has chance for 1st all time)

    Stolen bases - top 150 all time

    Hits - top 40 all time

    WAR - 12th all time


    10 silver sluggers, 3 MVP's



    Then factor in ARod played short stop for 11000 innings and 3B for almost 10000 innings and how much value that brings to a lineup to get those type of offensive numbers from those two positions..... I kinda think it makes for an interesting debate between he and Barry.

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    No it's Bonds.

    2nd all time in fWAR to Ruth.

    http://www.fangraphs.com/careerleade...ype=6&min=1000

    2nd all time also in rWAR behind Babe Ruth.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/le...t_career.shtml

    7 MVPS to A-Rod's 3 MVPs.

    One of the best defensive LF's of all time and 12 SS awards.
    Last edited by metswon69; 10-24-2012 at 01:46 PM.

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    bonds

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    Bonds if we are overlooking roids

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    barry bonds even without the roids.

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    Barry Lamar Bonds

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManningToTyree View Post
    Bonds if we are overlooking roids
    obviously we are since the other nominee that was presented by the op was arod

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    It's Barry Bonds. There is no other answer.

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    To reiterate: Its Barry Bonds.

    The gap between Bonds and #2 is probably further than the gap between #2 and #3. Take the probably out actually...Barry Bonds was and still is a boss.

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    Is natsbats a troll?

    Sources say yes.

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    Bonds by a longshot.

    7 MVP's, 8 Gold Gloves, 12 Silver Sluggers, and oh yeah btw 514 Stolen Bases.

    His career OBP of .444 is ludicrous, not to mention that 4 year stretch where his OBP numbers were: .515, .582, .529, and .609. Don't think we'll ever see that again.

    Greatest player of our generation.

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    No.
    A-Rod is a giant douche

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    Quote Originally Posted by OpenAvalin View Post
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    A-Rod is a giant douche
    So was Ty Cobb but there is a reason people talk about him 100 years after he played.


    “Just gobble, gobble, gobble, turkey from jive turkey gobblers”

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    1. Barry Bonds
    2. Albert Pujols
    3. Alex Rodriguez

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