|06-25-2001, 05:53 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2001
Location: The bowels of Shea
A surprising stat
In looking at the single season HR leaders since 1900, the top 4, 5 of the first 10, and 8 of the top 20 single season leaders came in the 1990s. No big shock.
This is where I was surprise. For the same time period, there is only 1 player sho ranks in the top 20 single season RBI leaders. Manny ranks 12th all-time for single season RBIs.
Oddly enough, he was not one of the HR guys from the '90s mentioned above. Maybe that is the point. That HRs and RBI really aren't that well correlated. I don't know. Just kind of surprised me.
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