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Definitely, Bo Jackson



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Trevor Francis. Had he not been injured in 1974, Blues may have won the Cup in 1975 - and indeed might have had an outside shot at the League.

Instead we've never been to the Cup semi since and only once finished in the top ten.

Also, had Jim Clark not been killed in 1968 by a deflating tyre, he could well have been F1 world champion every year from then to about 1974.



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Bo, Mattingly, Koufax - all great answers.



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Tony Conigliaro
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Definitely Koufax

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Ernie Irvan

Had he not scrambled his brains in a crash at Michigan, Earnhardt would have never came close to 7 championships and Jeff Gordon would have won maybe half of what he did.



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On the basketball front, Sam Bowie and Greg Oden 



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Bobby Orr. If he'd have had a full career the hockey GOAT conversation would be even more interesting.



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Lol @ Ernie Irvan...

His best points finish prior to his injury was 5th.

He would've probably had the same career he had with 5 or 10 more victories along the way.

I don't think he ever would've been champion or seriously contended.
Back to the topic at hand,  Kerry Wood and Mark Prior are intriguing choices.

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Don Mattingly was the best 1st baseman in the league at one point and would have lasted longer if he didn't wreck his back.

Ken Griffey Jr. Would have owned the HR record cleanly if he didn't break down in the early 2000s.

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katook wrote: Ernie Irvan

Had he not scrambled his brains in a crash at Michigan, Earnhardt would have never came close to 7 championships and Jeff Gordon would have won maybe half of what he did.

Well, while I agree Ernie would have won more if he hadn't had that wreck at Michigan, Dale already had 6 championships and was in the points lead for the 94 championship (which he won) when Ernie had his crash in August of 94, so let's be honest, Ernie wasn't going to probably prevent Dale from winning any more championships. He may have taken some wins away from Gordon for a few years but Ernie only had 15 career wins and one of those was after the crash. He was never going to win on the level of Gordon..



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Most of my picks were mentioned-

JR Richard
Mark Fidrych
Bo Jackson
Billy Sims
And I'll add Grant Hill.



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JR Richard....forgot all about him.



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Seeing Billy Sims' name reminded me of three other early '80s NFLers: Kellen Winslow Sr., Curt Warner, and Joe Delaney. Had Delaney not died, and Warner not blown out the knee, the AFC West could've been a lot different in the mid-'80s. Winslow went to the HOF but if he hadn't ruined his knee, he would probably be the consensus Best TE of All Time.



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Bernard King. The 2nd scorer Ewing was missing his whole career.

The Knicks could have had a starting 5 of:

Ewing
Oakley
King
Starks
Either Mark Jackson/Rod Strickland

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