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Monday, March 24, 2008


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"By posting his 125 OPS+ in 1946, Williams became the first hitter since Babe Ruth to reach 200 in three consecutive seasons (in which he played)." - I think you meant to write '215 OPS+' and the 1 and the 2 just got switched. :)

It's really astonishing to look back at Ted Williams' career - doing this after years at war is ridiculous. What a hitter.

Indeed I did. Thanks, Micah. I caught the mistake at home, but now I'm at work using a different document because I ddin't get a chance to post this morning. Figures :-P

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