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post #16 of 25
Walter Johnson deserves way better than 12. Ted Williams doesnt belong in the top 5...

I like the top 3 though.
post #17 of 25
https://twitter.com/OldHossRadbourn

This should bring you some humor, I was laughing at almost everyone of the comments about the 100
post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by Pennglock View Post

Walter Johnson deserves way better than 12. Ted Williams doesnt belong in the top 5...
I like the top 3 though.

I called the top 5... but nowhere near in order.
post #19 of 25
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https://twitter.com/OldHossRadbourn
This should bring you some humor, I was laughing at almost everyone of the comments about the 100

#31 C. Ripken. Shockingly rude of him not to catch Cal Ripken's Disease and pass away before breaking L. Gehrig's streak.
post #20 of 25
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https://twitter.com/OldHossRadbourn
This should bring you some humor, I was laughing at almost everyone of the comments about the 100

#27: J. Bench. A fine player and leader of the Great Red Machine in their movement to unseat L. Trotsky and establish Stalinist dominance.

#35: Secretariat. Oh wait, that was a different stupid list.
post #21 of 25
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No. 25 -- Tris Speaker | No. 24 -- Tom Seaver | No. 23 -- Randy Johnson | No. 22 -- Frank Robinson | No. 21 -- Joe DiMaggio
No. 20 -- Joe Morgan | No. 19 -- Albert Pujols | No. 18 -- Alex Rodriguez | No. 17 -- Cy Young | No. 16 -- Mike Schmidt
No. 15 -- Rogers Hornsby | No. 14 -- Rickey Henderson | No. 13 -- Greg Maddux | No. 12 -- Walter Johnson | No. 11 -- Lou Gehrig
No. 10 -- Honus Wagner | No. 9 -- Mickey Mantle | No. 8 -- Stan Musial | No. 7 -- Roger Clemens | No. 6 -- Ty Cobb
No. 5 -- Hank Aaron | No. 4 -- Ted Williams | No. 3 -- Barry Bonds | No. 2 -- Willie Mays | No. 1 -- Babe Ruth

Pujos, Clemens and R. Johnson in the top 25?
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by CodyNC View Post

https://twitter.com/OldHossRadbourn
This should bring you some humor, I was laughing at almost everyone of the comments about the 100

LOL. Funny shit.
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

I'd agree with most of those, except while I like Ricky I think they've got him ranked correctly. He'd probably do a bit better if he would've retired at 40 instead of hanging on so damn long
Only issue, Joe Morgan- I'm sorry I just don't see him as a top 25 all time guy.

not even top 50
post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

not even top 50

Probably in there as part of the Big Red Machine
post #25 of 25
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LOL. Funny shit.

Haha yes indeed, I follow him almost everyday. He always brings a sense of humor to everything but mainly refers to things in his lifetime.
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