View single post by pjstef
 Posted: Wed Feb 25th, 2009 04:29 pm
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I may have to go with Henderson too. Some of the guys on that list petered out before the end of the 80s, while others (like Ripken) to me were never the player that Henderson was in the first place.

Henderson's timing works perfectly as an 80s player, in that he broke out in 79 and hit stride in 1980, kept going throughout the decade.

Murray hit more homers but I don't know if I would start a team with him over Henderson.