View Poll Results: Who wins in a home run derby?

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  • Ernie Banks

    4 57.14%
  • Carlos Delgado

    3 42.86%
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    Ernie Banks vs Carlos Delgado

    Who had more pure power? Lets say they competed in an home run derby, Ernie Banks *circa 1958 * vs Carlos Delgado *circa 1999* Who wins? Who has a higher average distance?
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    I'll go with Mr. Cub

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    I, also, go with "Mr. Cub" Ernie Banks.

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    I went with Delgado. Didn't see Banks play but Delgado was always an underrated power hitter with his time with the Blue Jays.
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    I also went with Delgado. Never saw Banks play but I don't recall Banks ever being talked about in terms of his massive power. Rather he comes off to me to be a quick wrist, line drive type power hitter.

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