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    Albert Pujols 2003: .359/.439/.667 51 doubles 1 triple 43 HR 124 RBI 137 runs 187 OPS+

    Joe Dimaggio 1939: .381/.448/.671 32 doubles 6 triples 30 HR 126 RBI 108 runs 184 OPS+

    Carlos Delgado 2000: .344/.470/.664 57 doubles 1 triple 41 HR 137 RBI 115 Runs 181 OPS+

    Jason Giambi 2001: .342/.477/.660 47 doubles 2 triples 38 HR 120 RBI 109 Runs 198 OPS+

    Ty Cobb 1910: .383/.456/.551 35 doubles 13 triples 8 HR 91 RBI 106 Runs 206 OPS+

    Hank Aaron 1959: .355/.401/.636 46 doubles 7 triples 39 HR 123 RBI 116 Runs 181 OPS+
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    Albert Pujols
    11.76%
    2
    Joe Dimaggio
    29.41%
    5
    Carlos Delgado
    5.88%
    1
    Jason Giambi
    0.00%
    0
    Ty Cobb
    52.94%
    9
    Hank Aaron
    0.00%
    0

  • #2
    DiMaggio. Despite injuries and losing Gehrig, he led the Yanks to one the greatest seasons in Baseball history. He excelled both offensively and defensively. And almost batted .400.

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    • #3
      i'll take pujols

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      • #4
        I'll take Dimaggio over the other choices. I think he had some kind of injury at the end of the season (was it in his eye?) He was batting .400 but dropped off dramatically the last few weeks to finish at .381
        My top 10 players:

        1. Babe Ruth
        2. Barry Bonds
        3. Ty Cobb
        4. Ted Williams
        5. Willie Mays
        6. Alex Rodriguez
        7. Hank Aaron
        8. Honus Wagner
        9. Lou Gehrig
        10. Mickey Mantle

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        • #5
          I'll take Cobb
          “There can be no higher law in journalism than to tell the truth and to shame the devil.” Walter Lippmann

          "Fill in any figure you want for that boy (Mantle). Whatever the figure, it's a deal." - Branch Rickey

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GiambiJuice View Post
            I'll take Dimaggio over the other choices. I think he had some kind of injury at the end of the season (was it in his eye?) He was batting .400 but dropped off dramatically the last few weeks to finish at .381
            Yeah, his left eye got infected near the end of the year. csh reproduced the whole story here.

            I'd also take DiMaggio, but I am so biased here that it isn't funny.
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            • #7
              The Georgia Peach.
              Buck O'Neil: The Monarch of Baseball

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              • #8
                I'll go with Pujols...

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