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    a) Barry Bonds
    b) Babe Ruth
    c) Hank Aaron
    d) Other
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    George Bell.
  3. Standard memberChaswray
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    Ralph Kiner
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    Dave "all or nothing" Kingman
  5. Standard memberChaswray
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    Josh Gibson 84 hone runs in a season!!! Over 900 for his career!! Discussion over!πŸ˜›
  6. Standard memberPhlabibit
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    08 Aug '07 17:52
    Originally posted by Chaswray
    Josh Gibson 84 hone runs in a season!!! Over 900 for his career!! Discussion over!πŸ˜›
    WOW!

    Rec'd
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    Babe Ruth. One season he out homered the tigers and red sox combined. Not to mention anouth year is his career he threw over 320 innings, had a 1.75 ERA and hit more homers than he gave up.
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    Anyone else here remember Dave Kingman's "moon shots"? The man could really put some "juice" in the ball (pun intended). Trouble was if he didn't connect he'd strike out. I think he lead the league in home runs and strike outs!!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Kingman
  10. Standard memberChaswray
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    At the end of the Wikipedia reference to Dave Kingman there's a classic Tommy Lasorda quote that I can't copy and paste here due to the language...ya' gotta' read it😡😲
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    I say it's Hank Aaron. He got the record the right way.
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    Sadaharu Oh. 868 home runs.
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    Funny, everyone's forgotten Ty Cobb. Early Century Detroit Tigers. He was a bad boy, held the hitting title along with the stolen base title until the 1960's. He was known for putting the shortstop and the 2nd baseman in the hospital.
    I believe his lifetime average was .394, but not sure.
  14. SubscriberSmookieP
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    09 Aug '07 06:37
    Originally posted by SmookieP
    Funny, everyone's forgotten Ty Cobb. Early Century Detroit Tigers. He was a bad boy, held the hitting title along with the stolen base title until the 1960's. He was known for putting the shortstop and the 2nd baseman in the hospital.
    I believe his lifetime average was .394, but not sure.
    My bad, only saw hitter, didn't read the thread title saying HR.. oops.
  15. Standard memberRed Night
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    09 Aug '07 15:32
    Originally posted by trailblazers35
    a) Barry Bonds
    b) Babe Ruth
    c) Hank Aaron
    d) Other
    I think you have to include Ted Williams and Mays on the list of possibles.

    Williams lost a lot of time to two wars.
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