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  • Paulypal
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    Its David Wright....My point was not many players have a wasted peak when their development years were as excellent as Wrights.

    The bigger part of my point was that Citi Field has taken away what would have been a Met everyday player to go into the HOF. Might I add the first everyday player to be a HOF'er.
    Last edited by Paulypal; 05-23-2014, 05:49 PM.

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  • baseball junkie
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    Francoeurstein is probably correct but if he isn't, I say Darryl Strawberry!

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  • Francoeurstein
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    Yes this is David Wright. You gotta keep in mind that his age 26 season was his first in Citi Field. That place isn't very homer friendly.

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  • LI METS FAN
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    Trick question- the answer is no one.

    David Wright is closest, but he won't be thru his age 31 season until the end of this year. The age 21-25 seasons were 2004-08 and age 26-30 were 2009-13. That would be apples to apples comparison of 5 yr time span to 5 yr time span. Also since baseball is a team sport, it had to have helped him that his team had 428 wins his first 5 seasons and only 374 his next 5 seasons.

    But I guess you are saying that he is in decline. Is it because he is in decline or because he has played on really bad teams in the last 5 years?

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  • Paulypal
    started a topic Can you name this Mets player?

    Can you name this Mets player?

    The first 703 games - Ages 21-25

    G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+
    703 3048 2650 464 819 183 10 130 489 92 22 340 499 0.309 0.389 0.533 0.921 139



    The next 717 games. Ages 26-31 PEAK years

    G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS OPS+
    717 3107 2717 411 797 173 15 94 412 93 38 342 638 0.293 0.372 0.472 0.844 132

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