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    All time HR list

    Dunn at 253, JR tied at 9. Conine at 247 Hattebug is at 691 Sceff Coberg would be 106

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    Rank Player (ageHome Runs Bats 
    1. Hank Aaron
    +  755 R 
    2. Barry Bonds
    * (42745 L 
    3. Babe Ruth
    +*  714 L 
    4. Willie Mays
    +  660 R 
    5. Sammy Sosa 
    (38595 R 
    6. Frank Robinson
    +  586 R 
    7. Mark McGwire  583 R 
    8. Harmon Killebrew
    +  573 R 
    9. Ken Griffey
    * (37569 L 
       Rafael Palmeiro
    * (42569 L 
    11. Reggie Jackson
    +*  563 L 
    12. Mike Schmidt
    +  548 R 
    13. Mickey Mantle
    +#  536 B 
    14. Jimmie Foxx+  534 R 
    15. Willie McCovey
    +*  521 L 
        Ted Williams
    +*  521 L 
    17. Ernie Banks
    +  512 R 
        Eddie Mathews
    +*  512 L 
    19. Mel Ott
    +*  511 L 
    20. Eddie Murray
    +#  504 B 
    21. Lou Gehrig+*  493 L 
        Fred McGriff
    *  493 L 
    23. Frank Thomas 
    (39491 R 
    24. Alex Rodriguez 
    (31479 R 
    25. Jim Thome
    * (36477 L 
    26. Manny Ramirez 
    (35476 R 
    27. Stan Musial
    +*  475 L 
        Willie Stargell
    +*  475 L 
    29. Dave Winfield
    +  465 R 
    30. Jose Canseco  462 R 
    31. Gary Sheffield 
    (38460 R 
    32. Carl Yastrzemski
    +*  452 L 
    33. Jeff Bagwell 
    (39449 R 
    34. Dave Kingman  442 R 
    35. Andre Dawson  438 R 
    36. Juan Gonzalez 
    (37434 R 
    37. Cal Ripken
    +  431 R 
    38. Billy Williams
    +*  426 L 
    39. Mike Piazza 
    (38420 R 
    40. Darrell Evans
    *  414 L  
    41. Carlos Delgado
    * (35409 L 
    42. Duke Snider
    +*  407 L 
    43. Andres Galarraga  399 R 
        Al Kaline
    +  399 R 
    45. Dale Murphy  398 R 
    46. Joe Carter  396 R 
    47. Graig Nettles
    *  390 L 
    48. Johnny Bench
    +  389 R 
    49. Dwight Evans  385 R 
    50. Harold Baines
    *  384 L 
    51. Larry Walker
    *  383 L 
    52. Frank Howard  382 R 
        Jim Rice  382 R 
    54. Albert Belle  381 R 
    55. Orlando Cepeda
    +  379 R 
        Tony Perez
    +  379 R 
    57. Matt Williams  378 R 
    58. Norm Cash
    *  377 L 
    59. Carlton Fisk
    +  376 R 
    60. Rocky Colavito  374 R  
    61. Gil Hodges  370 R 
    62. Ralph Kiner
    +  369 R 
    63. Chipper Jones
    # (35) 367 B 
    64. Joe DiMaggio+  361 R 
    65. Gary Gaetti  360 R 
    66. Johnny Mize
    +*  359 L 
    67. Yogi Berra
    +*  358 L 
    68. Jason Giambi
    * (36355 L 
        Greg Vaughn  355 R 
    70. Lee May  354 R 
    71. Ellis Burks  352 R 
    72. Dick Allen  351 R 
        Jim Edmonds
    * (37351 L 
    74. Chili Davis
    #  350 B 
    75. George Foster  348 R 
        Jeff Kent 
    (39348 R 
    77. Vladimir Guerrero 
    (31347 R 
        Andruw Jones 
    (30347 R 
    79. Ron Santo  342 R 
    80. Jack Clark  340 R  
    81. Tino Martinez
    *  339 L 
        Dave Parker
    *  339 L 
        Boog Powell
    *  339 L 
    84. Don Baylor  338 R 
    85. Joe Adcock  336 R 
    86. Luis Gonzalez
    * (39335 L 
        Darryl Strawberry
    *  335 L 
    88. Bobby Bonds  332 R 
    89. Hank Greenberg
    +  331 R 
    90. Mo Vaughn
    *  328 L 
    91. Willie Horton  325 R 
    92. Gary Carter
    +  324 R 
        Lance Parrish  324 R 
    94. Shawn Green
    * (34322 L 
    95. Moises Alou 
    (40321 R 
        Ron Gant  321 R 
    97. Vinny Castilla 
    (39320 R 
    98. Cecil Fielder  319 R 
    99. Roy Sievers  318 R 
    100. George Brett
    +*  317 L 
    101. Ron Cey  316 R 
    102. Jeromy Burnitz
    * (38315 L 
    103. Reggie Smith
    #  314 B 
    104. Jay Buhner  310 R 
    105. Edgar Martinez  309 R 
    106. Greg Luzinski  307 R 
         Al Simmons
    +  307 R 
    108. Fred Lynn
    *  306 L 
         Ruben Sierra
    # (41) 306 B 
    110. David Justice*  305 L 
         Reggie Sanders 
    (39305 R 
    112. Steve Finley
    * (42304 L 
    113. Rogers Hornsby
    +  301 R 
    114. Chuck Klein
    +*  300 L 
    115. Tim Salmon 
    (38299 R 
    116. Rickey Henderson  297 R 
    117. Robin Ventura
    *  294 L 
    118. Kent Hrbek
    *  293 L 
    119. Rusty Staub
    *  292 L 
    120. Jimmy Wynn  291 R 
    121. Todd Helton
    * (33289 L 
    122. Del Ennis  288 R 
         Bob Johnson  288 R 
         Hank Sauer  288 R 
    125. Bobby Bonilla
    #  287 B 
         
    Bernie Williams# (38) 287 B 
    127. Frank Thomas  286 R 
    128. Craig Biggio 
    (41284 R 
         Will Clark
    *  284 L 
         Eric Karros  284 R 
    131. Ken Boyer  282 R 
         Eric Davis  282 R 
         Ryne Sandberg
    +  282 R 
    134. Paul O
    'Neill*  281 L 
    135. Ivan Rodriguez (35) 280 R 
    136. Ted Kluszewski*  279 L 
    137. Richie Sexson (32) 278 R 
    138. Rudy York  277 R 
    139. Brian Downing  275 R 
           Roger Maris*  275 L  
           Dean Palmer  275 R 
    142. Dante Bichette  274 R 
    143. Steve Garvey  272 R 
           Ryan Klesko* (36) 272 L 
    145. Tom Brunansky  271 R 
           Raul Mondesi (36) 271 R 
           George Scott  271 R 
    148. Joe Morgan+*  268 L 
           Brooks Robinson+  268 R 
           Gorman Thomas  268 R 
    151. George Hendrick  267 R 
    152. Vic Wertz*  266 L 
    153. George Bell  265 R 
    154. Bobby Thomson  264 R 
    155. Troy Glaus (30) 263 R 
    156. Danny Tartabull  262 R 
    157. Brian Giles* (36) 261 L 
    158. Javy Lopez (36) 260 R 
           Tim Wallach  260 R 
    160. Bob Allison  256 R 
           Larry Parrish  256 R 
           Vada Pinson*  256 L 
           Albert Pujols (27) 256 R 
    164. Kirk Gibson*  255 L 
           John Mayberry*  255 L 
           John Olerud* (38) 255 L 
           Scott Rolen (32) 255 R 
    168. Larry Doby+*  253 L 
           Joe Gordon  253 R 
           Andre Thornton  253 R 
           Todd Zeile  253 R 
    172. Bret Boone (38) 252 R 
           Bobby Murcer*  252 L 
           Joe Torre  252 R 
    175. Tony Armas  251 R 
           Cy Williams*  251 L 
           Robin Yount+  251 R 
    178. Paul Konerko (31) 249 R 
    179. Goose Goslin+*  248 L 
          Ted Simmons#  248 B  
          Jose Valentin# (37) 248 B 
    182. Vern Stephens  247 R 
    183. Ken Singleton#  246 B 
    184. Deron Johnson  245 R 
           Mickey Tettleton#  245 B 
    186. Lou Whitaker*  244 L 
          Hack Wilson+  244 R 
    188. Garret Anderson* (35) 242 L 
           Dusty Baker  242 R 
           Sal Bando  242 R 
           Wally Berger  242 R 
           Roy Campanella+  242 R 
           Jermaine Dye (33) 242 R 
           Miguel Tejada (31) 242 R 
    195. Jesse Barfield  241 R 
           Cecil Cooper*  241 L 
           Rick Monday*  241 L 
    198. Jeff Burroughs  240 R 
           Roberto Clemente+  240 R 
           David Ortiz* (31) 240 L 
    201. Dolph Camilli*  239 L 
           Ken Caminiti#  239 B 
    203. Earl Averill+*  238 L 
           Ray Lankford*  238 L 
    205. Doug DeCinces  237 R 
           Gus Zernial  237 R 
    207. Gabby Hartnett+  236 R 
    208. Bill Nicholson*  235 L 
           Ben Oglivie*  235 L 
    210. Gary Matthews  234 R 
           Kevin Mitchell  234 R 
           Paul Molitor+  234 R 
    213. Tony Clark# (35) 232 B 
    214. Lance Berkman# (31) 230 B 
           Rob Deer  230 R 
    216. Howard Johnson#  228 B 
           Dick Stuart  228 R 
           Hal Trosky*  228 L 
    219. Marquis Grissom  227 R 
           Carlos Lee (31) 227 R 
    221. Johnny Callison*  226 L 
    222. Magglio Ordonez (33) 225 R 
    223. Bobby Grich  224 R 
    224. Bobby Doerr+  223 R 
           Travis Fryman  223 R 
    226. Don Mattingly*  222 L 
    227. Tony Oliva*  220 L 
           Matt Stairs* (39) 220 L 
    229. Tony Batista (33) 219 R 
           Jim Bottomley+*  219 L 
           Al Oliver*  219 L 
           Joe Pepitone*  219 L 
    233. Bob Horner  218 R 
           Derrek Lee (31) 218 R 
    235. Benito Santiago (42) 217 R 
    236. Eric Chavez* (29) 216 L 
    237. Ron Fairly*  215 L 
           Cliff Floyd* (34) 215 L 
           Pedro Guerrero  215 R 
           Chet Lemon  215 R 
    241. Andy Pafko  213 R 
    242. Nomar Garciaparra (33) 212 R 
    243. Kevin McReynolds  211 R 
           Bill Skowron  211 R 
           Alfonso Soriano (31) 211 R 
           Leon Wagner*  211 L 
    247. Roberto Alomar#  210 B 
           Brady Anderson*  210 L 
           Carlos Beltran# (30) 210 B 
           Jeff Conine (41) 210 R 
           Rico Petrocelli  210 R 
           Wally Post  210 R 
    253. Adam Dunn* (27) 209 L 
    Last edited by klw; 05-11-2007 at 01:31 PM.

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    Is Frank Thomas a hall-of-famer?
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    Is Frank Thomas a hall-of-famer?
    In my opinion.

    Do doubt.

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    Re: All time HR list

    where on that list is Tim Costo?

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    Alex Rodriguez is amazing. Seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    Is Frank Thomas a hall-of-famer?
    Easily. Frank Thomas would be one of those guys where it'd become an absolute joke if he couldn't get elected.

    Thomas has played more games as a DH than a 1B (1,129 at DH and 971 at 1B), but if you compared him to other all-time first sackers then he's probably among the top five or six in the game's history. There was a period of about six or seven seasons in the 1990s when Thomas was one of the top two or three hitters in all of baseball.

    Jeff Bagwell is up there with Thomas too, and he deserves to be an easy first ballot selection.
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    The most fun with the list for me is finding names I had forgotten about. For example, Greg Luzinski, Andre Thorton, Ben Ogilvie.

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    Okay, here's another hypothetical for ya Cyclone:

    IF (and I realize it's a big IF) Jose Canseco had never written his tell-all and gotten involved in exposing the steroid scandal in MLB and had eclipsed the 500 HR plateau, would HE be a hall-of-famer?

    At his current total, if he wasn't shunned by the baseball community, would he have a chance?
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    Okay, here's another hypothetical for ya Cyclone:

    IF (and I realize it's a big IF) Jose Canseco had never written his tell-all and gotten involved in exposing the steroid scandal in MLB and had eclipsed the 500 HR plateau, would HE be a hall-of-famer?

    At his current total, if he wasn't shunned by the baseball community, would he have a chance?
    Nah, he was injured too often and wasn't able to put up enough career or peak performance to justify Hall entrance, IMO.

    The only career milestone he's got is a home run total, and that's about it. He had one outstanding season (1988), one very good season (1991), one good season (1990), and the rest of his seasons were pretty much average, usually because he missed too many games due to injury.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    Nah, he was injured too often and wasn't able to put up enough career or peak performance to justify Hall entrance, IMO.

    The only career milestone he's got is a home run total, and that's about it. He had one outstanding season (1988), one very good season (1991), one good season (1990), and the rest of his seasons were pretty much average, usually because he missed too many games due to injury.
    Thanks for spreading the knowledge, Cyc!
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
    "Cheering for Kentucky is like watching Star Wars and hoping Darth Vader chokes an ewok"


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    Re: All time HR list

    It's hard to believe David Ortiz doesn't have more home runs than what he does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    Is Frank Thomas a hall-of-famer?
    Not yet, but five years after he retires he should be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron View Post
    Not yet, but five years after he retires he should be.
    without a question...the big hurt has had a great career...unfortunately, most of it was spent on the wrong side of the city to get the credit he deserves...

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    Quote Originally Posted by degenerate10 View Post
    It's hard to believe David Ortiz doesn't have more home runs than what he does.
    Considering he's only had 3 seasons of 500+ ABs, it's kind of amazing he has as many as he does.
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