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|Posted: Sun Feb 15th, 2009 02:41 pm||
Ultimark wrote:silentkiller wrote:Kid_Naitch wrote:Griffey. Bonds' best years were after 2000.
Let's go to the stats for the 90's:
HR's - 382
RBI's - 1091
Hits - 1622
HR's - 361
RBI's - 1076
Hits - 1478
Both missed approx the same amount of time to injuries in that decade with Griffey missing slightly more games than Bonds so that is a wash. If you want to include the first half of the new decade, then yes, Bonds roided ass wins by a mile. However, this is the 90's and the numbers are not on your side. I am not even sure how you can make that argument based on the numbers.