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Snakes Gould wrote:no it doesnt count. sure it would be nice to get an extra hr when a pitcher goes yard, but you sure wouldnt want them to count all of the 0-3's and 0-4's right???
ordinarygenius wrote:One funny thing, though, would be to see what fantasy leagues would do if another Babe Ruth showed up. In 1919, his transition year, the Babe was 9-5 with a 2.97 ERA on the mound and he batted .322 with 29 HR and 114 RBI.
My friends and I are setting up a legends fantasy league (computer-simulated games) and we're debating this: should we have two Ruths available for drafting, one as a pitcher and the other as a batter?
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