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DaBears
05-02-2006, 04:54 PM
A monster blast to dead center field! He is now within 2 of Babe Ruth:(:

gbergman
05-02-2006, 04:56 PM
good for barry the record is 755 so who cares if he finishes second, remember second place is the first loser

CHISOXFAN13
05-02-2006, 05:00 PM
good for barry the record is 755 so who cares if he finishes second, remember second place is the first loser

Yeah, that Babe Ruth is a big loser.

gbergman
05-02-2006, 05:04 PM
Yeah, that Babe Ruth is a big loser.
what im saying is if he passes babe ruth its no big deal he still will not be the home run king now if babe ruth was still the home run leader then yes i would post a lot differently

kittle42
05-02-2006, 05:06 PM
what im saying is if he passes babe ruth its no big deal he still will not be the home run king now if babe ruth was still the home run leader then yes i would post a lot differently

Would that post include any punctuation? :tongue:

DaBears
05-02-2006, 05:09 PM
IMHO, it still sucks that this juicer will end with more homers than The Babe. I know he won't be able to catch Aaron, but it still is crappy he'll be up there...

MUsoxfan
05-02-2006, 05:10 PM
I just hope he hits every significant HR on the road

ondafarm
05-02-2006, 05:10 PM
You're all lucky, the Bay Area FSN is playing over and over again promos about the chase for 715.

That plus their stupid "We're all Giants" promos with fans cutting the legs out from waiters, cyclists, delivery men, etc.

Almost as bad as the "We're all Mariners" promos of people jumping into walls or throwing odd round objects.

ondafarm
05-02-2006, 05:12 PM
Would that post include any punctuation? :tongue:

park police snowmobiles here only

SouthSide_HitMen
05-02-2006, 05:32 PM
IMHO, it still sucks that this juicer will end with more homers than The Babe. I know he won't be able to catch Aaron, but it still is crappy he'll be up there...

I have more whiffle and lob league HRs than Ruth and Aaron. These home runs, however, need to be put into context. This applies to HRs hit by Balco's finest.

I think when all is said and done this is how most people (and hopefully MLB)will view the Top 25 HR list circa 2020:

Alex Rodriguez 785
Hank Aaron 755
Albert Pujols 723
Babe Ruth 714
Willie Mays 660
Ken Griffey Jr 596
Frank Robinson 586
Adam Dunn 579
Harmon Killebrew 573
Manny Ramirez 569
Reggie Jackson 563
Jim Thome 557
Mike Schmidt 548
Mickey Mantle 536
Jimmy Foxx 534
Vladimir Guerrero 531
Ted Williams 521
Willie McCovey 521
Andrew Jones 519
Eddie Matthews 512
Ernie Banks 512
Mel Ott 511
Frank Thomas 509
Carlos Delgado 507
Eddie Murray 504

RealMenWearBlack
05-02-2006, 05:49 PM
I think when all is said and done this is how most people (and hopefully MLB)will view the Top 25 HR list circa 2020:

Alex Rodriguez 785
Hank Aaron 755
Albert Pujols 723
Babe Ruth 714
Willie Mays 660
Ken Griffey Jr 596

Do you honestly think that they'll remove Barry from the record books?

voodoochile
05-02-2006, 05:54 PM
I have more whiffle and lob league HRs than Ruth and Aaron. These home runs, however, need to be put into context. This applies to HRs hit by Balco's finest.

I think when all is said and done this is how most people (and hopefully MLB)will view the Top 25 HR list circa 2020:

Alex Rodriguez 785
Hank Aaron 755
Albert Pujols 723
Babe Ruth 714
Willie Mays 660
Ken Griffey Jr 596
Frank Robinson 586
Adam Dunn 579
Harmon Killebrew 573
Manny Ramirez 569
Reggie Jackson 563
Jim Thome 557
Mike Schmidt 548
Mickey Mantle 536
Jimmy Foxx 534
Vladimir Guerrero 531
Ted Williams 521
Willie McCovey 521
Andrew Jones 519
Eddie Matthews 512
Ernie Banks 512
Mel Ott 511
Frank Thomas 509
Carlos Delgado 507
Eddie Murray 504

Pujols is younger than ARod. Are you predicting a major injury at the end of his career? Why would he quit that close to being #1 or even #2?

Unless he completely falls apart that is...

Are you basing this strictly on career averages? Did you get this from a site? Just a gut instinct?

Inquiring voodoo's want to know...

drewcifer
05-02-2006, 06:03 PM
Pujols is younger than ARod. Are you predicting a major injury at the end of his career? Why would he quit that close to being #1 or even #2?

Unless he completely falls apart that is...

Are you basing this strictly on career averages? Did you get this from a site? Just a gut instinct?

Inquiring voodoo's want to know...

Damn you Voodoo....

Beat to the punch again. :wink:

<I'm curious too. Pujols took over his record for youngest player to the 200 club last year .>

voodoochile
05-02-2006, 06:10 PM
Damn you Voodoo....

Beat to the punch again. :wink:

<I'm curious too. Pujols took over his record for youngest player to the 200 club last year .>

Hey, you think it's easy having nearly 20K posts? You not only have to be prolific, you have to be quick and of course longevity helps too...:wink::D:

drewcifer
05-02-2006, 06:16 PM
That plus their stupid "We're all Giants" promos with fans cutting the legs out from waiters, cyclists, delivery men, etc.


:?:

I don't get it. Are all these people experiencing abnormal growth and joint degeneration in their legs as a result of prolonged, habitual, and illegal steroid use too?

Wow - I wish I owned a pants factory in the bay area.

Jjav829
05-02-2006, 06:19 PM
*Begins booing in advance*

Chips
05-02-2006, 06:44 PM
I have more whiffle and lob league HRs than Ruth and Aaron. These home runs, however, need to be put into context. This applies to HRs hit by Balco's finest.

I think when all is said and done this is how most people (and hopefully MLB)will view the Top 25 HR list circa 2020:

Alex Rodriguez 785
Hank Aaron 755
Albert Pujols 723
Babe Ruth 714
Willie Mays 660
Ken Griffey Jr 596
Frank Robinson 586
Adam Dunn 579
Harmon Killebrew 573
Manny Ramirez 569
Reggie Jackson 563
Jim Thome 557
Mike Schmidt 548
Mickey Mantle 536
Jimmy Foxx 534
Vladimir Guerrero 531
Ted Williams 521
Willie McCovey 521
Andrew Jones 519
Eddie Matthews 512
Ernie Banks 512
Mel Ott 511
Frank Thomas 509
Carlos Delgado 507
Eddie Murray 504

There is no way baseball would strike Bonds, McGwire, and Sosa's names from the record books. And why wouldn't Griffey Jr. try and hit 4 more jacks to get to 600?

Chicken Dinner
05-02-2006, 06:57 PM
May the "Curse of the Bambino" strike Barry with a vengeance.

Norberto7
05-02-2006, 09:50 PM
There is no way baseball would strike Bonds, McGwire, and Sosa's names from the record books. And why wouldn't Griffey Jr. try and hit 4 more jacks to get to 600?
Why wouldn't Fred McGriff try and hit 7 more jacks to get to 500?

Oh, wait....

http://sportsmed.starwave.com/i/magazine/new/emanski_mcgriff.jpg

"You should sign me, I swear I can do it..."

Viva Medias B's
05-02-2006, 11:01 PM
I have more whiffle and lob league HRs than Ruth and Aaron. These home runs, however, need to be put into context. This applies to HRs hit by Balco's finest.

I think when all is said and done this is how most people (and hopefully MLB)will view the Top 25 HR list circa 2020:

Scott Podsednik 791
Alex Rodriguez 785
Hank Aaron 755
Albert Pujols 723
Babe Ruth 714
Willie Mays 660
Ken Griffey Jr 596
Frank Robinson 586
Adam Dunn 579
Harmon Killebrew 573
Manny Ramirez 569
Reggie Jackson 563
Jim Thome 557
Mike Schmidt 548
Mickey Mantle 536
Jimmy Foxx 534
Vladimir Guerrero 531
Ted Williams 521
Willie McCovey 521
Andrew Jones 519
Eddie Matthews 512
Ernie Banks 512
Mel Ott 511
Frank Thomas 509
Carlos Delgado 507
Eddie Murray 504

Fixed it for ya. :D:

chaerulez
05-03-2006, 03:14 AM
good for barry the record is 755 so who cares if he finishes second, remember second place is the first loser

Seriously, shouldn't you take your Barry love to a Giants board?

Rooney4Prez56
05-03-2006, 11:39 AM
If Bonds passes Ruth, it is a HUGE deal. This means that a player cheated his way to pass up the most well-known baseball player in history. The pitchers will never get those runs back, the teams will never get those wins back, and because baseball didn't nip this cheater in the bud, they'll never get their record back.

gobears1987
05-03-2006, 12:32 PM
Would that post include any punctuation? :tongue:I didn't even have to look on top of the post to see who posted this. I just had to read it and know it was you.