His own playing days include 1977 when he was a one man wrecking crew:
197 H, 124 R, 31 2B, 2 3B, 52 HRs, 149 RBI and a .631 SLG.
And that was in an era before bandbox ballparks, games in Denver, and steroids.
Junior's career numbers obviously trump Foster's, but Foster's accomplishments should at least buy him 20 or 30 seconds of Junior's time.
And while Dunn has put up big numbers thus far in his career, he's got a ways to go to match George's single season or career numbers.
George is also putting his thoughts out there with something that neither Junior or Dunn have at this point: Retrospect.
Personally, I'd give some thought to what George had to say.
But I'll also admit that I'm slightly biased.