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Kind of like Tony Gwynn played in a small market, for poor teams, in a division even more ignored by the media.
Ignore all actual statistics and base your argument almost entirely upon reputation, throw in how much Dunn is getting paid, and you'll have a pretty good start.
Are you high?
Gwynn spent his entire career playing in California.
That's not comparable to Cincinnati at all.
As near as I can tell, the lowest batting average for a player with 100 RBI in a season is .218 by Tony Armas.
We are watching History, people.
I'm not sure how truckers or pawn shop owners are about history.
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