Originally Posted by dougdirt
That season you mentioned, according to OPS+ (OPS, adjusted for the league and ballparks you play in throughout the season - with 100 being average), wasn't even his best. In 2002, his .370/.582/.799 line with a 268 OPS+ was better. It was the best OPS+ season in history. Bonds also has the 2nd and 3rd best OPS+ seasons before Fred Dunlap in 1884 chimes in. Ruth follows with spots 5-7.
I guess I didn't look closely enough to find that 2002 season. But its amazing to me that a guy can get on base over 60% of the time. PED's or not, what Bonds did in those later years is absolutely phenomenal.