Originally Posted by Steve4192
I don't think you can ever settle it. Suffice it say that both guys are ridiculously fast and leave it at that. In the grand scheme of things, that matters more than a few hundredths of a second on a stopwatch.
Excellent answer. At that level what difference does it really make. Hamilton, Bowe - guys like that are so exceptionally fast it's just a quibble. The fact is the Reds have 2 of them and if they rank 1-2 or 2-1 who cares?
My trade as a joke was the Reds grab Bourjos and then around 2105 they'd have Bourjos, Hamilton, Bowe and Stubbs in the same outfield - the fastest in history. Of course they might collectively hit .186 but heck they'd be fast!