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Postby Erboes » Wed Dec 03, 2003 3:51 pm

Here's a link to better explain it:

http://www.prospectreport.com/creed/080602.shtm
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Postby Jivedude » Wed Dec 03, 2003 4:22 pm

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Postby LCBOY » Wed Dec 03, 2003 6:47 pm

Look at Bonds' estimated stats if he would hve played in Coors Field:

.430-75 HRs- 146 RBIs

WOW!!!!!! :-B

One day someone in the Bonds-ARod-Sosa-Bagwell-Thomas-Griffey caliber is going to to play for the Rockies. And when he does he is going to destroy just about every hitting record there is.

Can you imagine if Bonds played for the Rockies during his 73 HR season. How many HRs would he have hit? 80? 90? 100? It just boggles the mind... 8-o
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Postby Madison » Wed Dec 03, 2003 6:56 pm

LCBOY wrote:Look at Bonds' estimated stats if he would hve played in Coors Field:

.430-75 HRs- 146 RBIs

WOW!!!!!! :-B

One day someone in the Bonds-ARod-Sosa-Bagwell-Thomas-Griffey caliber is going to to play for the Rockies. And when he does he is going to destroy just about every hitting record there is.

Can you imagine if Bonds played for the Rockies during his 73 HR season. How many HRs would he have hit? 80? 90? 100? It just boggles the mind... 8-o


Nah, they would just break the intentional walk record again........
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Postby LCBOY » Wed Dec 03, 2003 7:06 pm

Madison wrote:
LCBOY wrote:Look at Bonds' estimated stats if he would hve played in Coors Field:

.430-75 HRs- 146 RBIs

WOW!!!!!! :-B

One day someone in the Bonds-ARod-Sosa-Bagwell-Thomas-Griffey caliber is going to to play for the Rockies. And when he does he is going to destroy just about every hitting record there is.

Can you imagine if Bonds played for the Rockies during his 73 HR season. How many HRs would he have hit? 80? 90? 100? It just boggles the mind... 8-o


Nah, they would just break the intentional walk record again........

Possibly...Madison, I get the feeling that you like to disagree with me just to be contrary. :-D
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Postby Jivedude » Wed Dec 03, 2003 7:14 pm

LCBOY wrote:
Madison wrote:
LCBOY wrote:Look at Bonds' estimated stats if he would hve played in Coors Field:

.430-75 HRs- 146 RBIs

WOW!!!!!! :-B

One day someone in the Bonds-ARod-Sosa-Bagwell-Thomas-Griffey caliber is going to to play for the Rockies. And when he does he is going to destroy just about every hitting record there is.

Can you imagine if Bonds played for the Rockies during his 73 HR season. How many HRs would he have hit? 80? 90? 100? It just boggles the mind... 8-o


Nah, they would just break the intentional walk record again........

Possibly...Madison, I get the feeling that you like to disagree with me just to be contrary. :-D


And to pad his post count! :-D
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Postby LCBOY » Wed Dec 03, 2003 7:32 pm

Jivedude wrote:
LCBOY wrote:
Madison wrote:
LCBOY wrote:Look at Bonds' estimated stats if he would hve played in Coors Field:

.430-75 HRs- 146 RBIs

WOW!!!!!! :-B

One day someone in the Bonds-ARod-Sosa-Bagwell-Thomas-Griffey caliber is going to to play for the Rockies. And when he does he is going to destroy just about every hitting record there is.

Can you imagine if Bonds played for the Rockies during his 73 HR season. How many HRs would he have hit? 80? 90? 100? It just boggles the mind... 8-o


Nah, they would just break the intentional walk record again........

Possibly...Madison, I get the feeling that you like to disagree with me just to be contrary. :-D


And to pad his post count! :-D


I see! But Madison is the Cal Ripken of the Fantasy Baseball Cafe. No one will ever catch him... :-)
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Postby DK » Wed Dec 03, 2003 8:41 pm

<Cough!> I WILL! Lmao! :D
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Postby LBJackal » Wed Dec 03, 2003 9:48 pm

Madison wrote:
LCBOY wrote:Look at Bonds' estimated stats if he would hve played in Coors Field:

.430-75 HRs- 146 RBIs

WOW!!!!!! :-B

One day someone in the Bonds-ARod-Sosa-Bagwell-Thomas-Griffey caliber is going to to play for the Rockies. And when he does he is going to destroy just about every hitting record there is.

Can you imagine if Bonds played for the Rockies during his 73 HR season. How many HRs would he have hit? 80? 90? 100? It just boggles the mind... 8-o


Nah, they would just break the intentional walk record again........


Not if he had Helton or Wilson hitting behind him. Imagine if Bonds had protection like that in Coors!?!?! It would be unfair to the old timers though. I think there should be three record books. One for the deadball era, one for the normal era, and one for the steroid/coors era.
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