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Bonds definitely would have won a triple crown in the early 2000's if he wasn't walked so much.
Forget Gywnn - the Colorado effect (Helton, Walker, Gallaraga) was an even bigger barrier. What would Bonds' career stats look like if he had played his entire career in Denver?
Should we invite Barry to the NYC softball game? Couldn't hurt, right?
Quite frankly, without Colorado coming into the league I'd say it's highly likely Bonds would have won the TC that year and we wouldn't be so agog over Cabrera at this point.
By the way, I met Bonds twice - and he was a normal and nice person.
Pretty sure Darling and Hernandez are in the city, or very close.
As to why I blame Giambi and McGwire (and TLR) and the A's? They were at the epicenter of what happened with regard to illegal PED's.
I think they won't quit their day job to join us for a beer - well, Keith might...
Indded. It likely would have given Bonds yet another MVP, as if I recall correctly Bagwell had injured his wrist just before the strike and probably would have missed the remainder of the season.
Highly likely? How does this Colorado-less NL get Bonds the 22 points of BA he needs to eclipse Gwynn?
Curious: why do you blame Giambi and McGwire more than Bonds? I
Almost 40 I think. I will look it up.
38.5%. Not as much as I had remembered.
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