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Mike Trout is the best player in the game today. I’ve been thinking about the following however: what is his current place in history? How does he compare to some of the all-time greats? 676 more words

Is Willie Mays the Most Well-Rounded Player of all Time?

Willie Mays dominated baseball throughout the 50s and 60s, amassing video game stats. But unlike Babe Ruth and Ted Williams, Mays could do it all. Being a five tool player, Mays was proficient at every aspect of the game, dominating both the offensive and defensive aspects during the Dead Ball Era. 668 more words


Mike Trout is slowly building an argument as the GOAT

The holy grail for Major League Baseball is Babe Ruth, his career fWAR is 168.4 is the highest in MLB history; right in his tail is Barry Bonds (164.4) and Willie Mays (149.9). 364 more words

Seams Legit: Is Albert Pujols the greatest hitter of the 21st Century (so far)?

Think about it.

He just passed 3,000 hits against the Mariners — which, by the way, it would’ve been nice if Ichiro was in the game when it happened, but at least he was there for it. 595 more words

“BEAT LA!” Indeed...

Giants v. Dodgers last night was one for the ages! Andrew McCutchen’s walk off HR in the 14th inning ended the proceedings in dramatic fashion. We also got a Willie Mays Bobblehead commemorating the Giants arrival in San Francisco 60 years ago. Oh what a night!

Are These Yankees "Pinstriped Pals" or Just "Awesome Acquaintances?"

I love when baseball cards feature multiple players together and celebrate or fabricate what they have in common – i.e. putting Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays (1962) on a card and calling them the “ 199 more words

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Remembering and Reflecting On Sir Roger Bannister's Great Life

Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to ever run a mile distance in less than 4 minutes, died yesterday, at peace, surrounded by family in his Oxford, England home. 155 more words