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  1. #1
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    70 HRís or .401 AVG

    Youíre in the majors and you can either hit 70 HRís or hit .401 which one would you rather have?

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    .401

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    70 homeruns would be an undoubtedly more valuable season just in wRC+ so Iíll go with the homers.

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    .401 average since I think playing small ball could help. 70 HRs feels more like a Stanton or Judge. Both hit below .300 as well. But you could also be like a Joe Mauer or Chipper Jones to still have bat pop w/ a strong average.

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    70 home runs feels cooler to me


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    70 HR's because that'll likely get me more money.

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    I'll go with neither and hit .400 w/69 HR's.

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  9. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    I'll go with neither and hit .400 w/69 HR's.
    69 home runs....

    Nice.

  10. #10
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    70, easily. Way more value there

  11. #11
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    20 different players have hit .400 in a season. 2 players have hit 70... both having used steroids.


    It would be a MUCH bigger deal to hit 70 HR's while passing all drug tests.

  12. #12
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    Iíd take 401. Especially if you can draw a walk and play some d like a George Brett kinda 401. More players in the lineup can mash, even pitchers. But to have a solid BABIP and be able to draw a walk is really special. Only player in todayís game I could see having a year even like Carew or Brett is altuve and I love that dudes game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obabikon View Post
    20 different players have hit .400 in a season. 2 players have hit 70... both having used steroids.


    It would be a MUCH bigger deal to hit 70 HR's while passing all drug tests.
    Considering nobodyís hit .400 since 1941 and balls fly out the park like itís going out of style these days, I call BS on it being THAT MUCH bigger of a deal.

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    70 HR.

    There's not enough criteria here, like it should be 70 HR BUT only hitting .250 OR hitting .401 with 20 HR or something like that

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    I'm not sure there is enough info to properly answer this but 70 HR is most likely to be the most valuable.

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