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    Ironic how the man ejected from the most games and the man never ejected from a game pass away on the same day.

    (is weaver the most ever? he has to be 1st or 2nd?)

    RIP Stan... I believe you were my 2nd or 3rd TTM success ever.
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    I never met him but have spoken to many people who have, and all agreed that he had an excess of humility that belied his talents. I'm celebrating the life of a tremendous baseball player and personality today.
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by metsmagic18 View Post
    Ironic how the man ejected from the most games and the man never ejected from a game pass away on the same day.

    (is weaver the most ever? he has to be 1st or 2nd?)

    RIP Stan... I believe you were my 2nd or 3rd TTM success ever.
    I remember Bobby Cox passing Weaver. But that is interesting I didn't realize Musial was never ejected.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Ianril View Post
    Top 5 best hitters ever? Top 10 easy imo.
    I don't see how anybody could leave him out of a Top 10. Top 5 would be a lot tougher since there are so many great choices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pwaldo View Post
    I don't see how anybody could leave him out of a Top 10. Top 5 would be a lot tougher since there are so many great choices.
    Definitely agree. :)

    I think we are all lucky he was able to get a lot of signed material out there. Some of the older greats, we'll never have the pleasure of owning a piece of their history. :(
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    My top 5 hitters all-time:

    1. Ted Williams
    2. Ty Cobb
    3. Babe Ruth
    4. Stan Musial
    5. Tony Gwynn

    Hard to leave Rod Carew out, but who do you swap for him?

    Musial was a class act. He lived his life, and played the game he loved to right way.

    God's speed, Mr. Musial. Heaven's team just got a hell of a lot better.
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  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by lambeausouth View Post
    My top 5 hitters all-time:

    1. Ted Williams
    2. Ty Cobb
    3. Babe Ruth
    4. Stan Musial
    5. Tony Gwynn

    Hard to leave Rod Carew out, but who do you swap for him?

    Musial was a class act. He lived his life, and played the game he loved to right way.

    God's speed, Mr. Musial. Heaven's team just got a hell of a lot better.
    I'd definitely put in Carew for Gwynn. Everyone else is spot on.
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    I know I'll get hammered, but I've always had Aaron in my top 5. Even more so than Ruth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ianril View Post
    I know I'll get hammered, but I've always had Aaron in my top 5. Even more so than Ruth.
    Aaron has the best stats... but is the the best natural hitter? I mean Ted Williams had it figured it out scientifically... Musial and Carew were contact guys, automatic .300 hitters, Ruth gets in with power numbers alone... I don't know about Aaron... can't blame you.
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