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    Never before have I seen anyone have Mays lower than the top 5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyBG View Post
    Never before have I seen anyone have Mays lower than the top 5.
    Or Stan Musial ahead of Babe Ruth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willshad View Post
    Or Stan Musial ahead of Babe Ruth.
    Or a kit kat bar that didn't taste delicious.

    Sorry. Lunch. Yeah Mays is way too low.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1905 Giants View Post
    Or a kit kat bar that didn't taste delicious.

    Sorry. Lunch. Yeah Mays is way too low.
    Lunch at 9:30?
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    Quote Originally Posted by willshad View Post
    Or Stan Musial ahead of Babe Ruth.
    Holy $%^#@, I did not even notice that Babe was not # 1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francoeurstein View Post
    Lunch at 9:30?
    Early day.
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    I like out of the box thinking when it comes to player rankings, but i feel there should be some justification or statistical method behind the more unusual rankings. With this list I get the feeling a lot of it is random. The highest catcher is Bench at #180, which is 74 spots lower than Jim Rice. I would love to see the thought process behind this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyBG View Post
    Holy $%^#@, I did not even notice that Babe was not # 1.
    There have been many people here and are many people elsewhere who have somebody or two higher tgan Ruth. But they are always Mays, Bonds, Cobb, or Wagner. Musial is a new one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by willshad View Post
    I like out of the box thinking when it comes to player rankings, but i feel there should be some justification or statistical method behind the more unusual rankings. With this list I get the feeling a lot of it is random. The highest catcher is Bench at #180, which is 74 spots lower than Jim Rice. I would love to see the thought process behind this.
    I directly asked for a detailed explanation in post 54. I hope I get a response.
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    The more I look at this list the less I like it. Already working to fix it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SavoyBG View Post
    No, he's not making any hall.
    Russell Martin is a good candidate for induction by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, which is a real thing: http://baseballhalloffame.ca
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    42 pitchers in the the top 100 is a lot.

    I disagree with virtually all of it. BUT you do have Mathewson as the #2 pitcher and I agree with that.
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