some of hendersons top years:
82: 149 G 119 R 143 H 10 HR 51 RBI 130 SB .267 BA .398 OBP
83: similar to 82 but .292 avg and 108 SB
85: 146 R 24 HR 72 RBI 80 SB .314 AVG .419 OBP
86: 130 R 28 HR 74 RBI 87 SB .263 AVG .358 OBP
then he was fairly constiant the rest his career, hitting above .300 a couple times, only double digit homeruns a few more times, and never in the 100 mark for steals again, or 80 mark for that matter
I can't remember where it is, but there was a post in here a while ago that had a link to a website that listed the top 200 seasons or something like that and had a top 10 at each position. If I recall, Koufax may have been on that list. Ellis Burks also had an incredible season back in the mid 90s....
yes, I found his stats. It was 1996
.344 142-R 40-HR 128-RBI 32-SB
Leyland said, "We thought we were getting a hell of a player, but Neifi simply did not perform well."
the 1921 Babe Ruth had 171 RBI, 170 RUNS thats more then any slap hitter gets today.... not to mention 378 average 59 homers and throw in 17 stolen bases...
hornsby )the best right handed hitter of all time but that is another topic) the year he hit 400 and 40 homers (the only player ever to do it, i think he did it in 1922) and he had 152 rbi's too for a second baseman! or the year he hit 424 and 20 something homers
at first Helton's 2000 year, Giambi's 2000 year or 2001 year...
Big Hurts 1994 year is insane, and any of Gehrigs years with all the RBI's hitting behind Ruth and Joe D.
Gehrigs 1927 year was ridiculious 370 soemthing, 47 homers, and 175 RBI's.
Hack Wilson's 1931 year where he hit 191 RBI's
thats some off the top of my head
how did colon win the cy young??
the world is comming to an end...woody paige has a Hall of Fame vote