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 Posted: Sat Feb 14th, 2009 02:41 pm
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Who do you think was the best MLB player of the 90's? I'll go with Barry Bonds.



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I'd say Ken Griffey Jr.



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I do not like him and despie everything he stands for, but I would go with Bonds



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Just a personal bias, but I'll say Tony Gwynn.  He was an all-star more times during the 90s than Bonds, hit for a much higher average and was a class act across the board.



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I frigging hate Barry Bonds and all his stands for but he might have been the 90's best.  Tony Gwynn, Sammy Sosa, Greg Maddoxx, Roger Clemons, Ken Griffey Jr, and Mark McGwire all deserve some recognition for it as well.



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HBF wrote: I'd say Ken Griffey Jr.

I second that.



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cookie32723 wrote: HBF wrote: I'd say Ken Griffey Jr.

I second that.
I'll third it.



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I think deserving considerations are:

Jeff Bagwell

Barry Bonds

Juan Gonzales(2 MVPs)

Frank Thomas

Larry Walker

 

But I think Griffey edges them out.



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Bonds, period.

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Married Jo wrote: cookie32723 wrote: HBF wrote: I'd say Ken Griffey Jr.

I second that.
I'll third it.

nope he is nowhere in the discussion. It is Bonds then everybody else. Nobody notices how todd helton and larry walker's numbers are held against them because they played in coor's field, but girffey played in that launch pad we call the kingdome, where Jay buhner, edgar, alex cora and arod were putting up monster numbers. outside of the kingdom griffey wasn't as awesome and his power wasn't as amazing.

Compared to Bonds who played in the Candlestick park and was still mashing it and showing his power elsewhere.Better average, just plain better hitter

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Griffey. Bonds' best years were after 2000.



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Kid_Naitch wrote: Griffey. Bonds' best years were after 2000.

Exactly, whereas Griffey didn't start to go downhill until 2000.



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cookie32723 wrote: Kid_Naitch wrote: Griffey. Bonds' best years were after 2000.

Exactly, whereas Griffey didn't start to go downhill until 2000.

I'll go with Griffey.  Maddux for a pitcher.

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