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Thread: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

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    What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    It's very interesting.

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Without looking.....former Reds? Dunn, Hamilton and ???
    "I'd walk through hell in a gasoline suit to play baseball." - Pete Rose

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by P.E.R#14 View Post
    Without looking.....former Reds? Dunn, Hamilton and ???

    EE???
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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    This thread again, huh?

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    Lol....this I have seen before!

    Uh....they all played for the Reds about 4 years ago

    Or should I say....they don't play for the Reds now

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    But we got the MLB leader in OPS

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderful Monds View Post
    It's very interesting.
    Just like it was last week. And the week before.

    Bet it will still be interesting next week.

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by Larkin88 View Post
    This thread again, huh?
    I was thinking the thing the 3 MLB HR leaders had in common was the high numer of threads about them this year in the Sun Deck.
    I may not be fast, but I sure am slow.

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    They've never been in my kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redssince75 View Post
    They've never been in my kitchen.
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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    great point. Its one of those things that makes you quick chuckle than throw up a bit in your mouth.

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Talk about a fun team to watch. Check this out.

    1. Phillips 2B----.270 6 HR's
    2. Bruce RF----.263 13 HRs
    3. Votto 1B----.360 10 HR's
    4. Hamilton CF----.338 22 HR's
    5. EE 3B----.284 17 HR's
    6. Dunn LF----.221 18 HR's
    7. Hanigan C----.296 1 HR
    8. Cozart SS----.250 1 HR

    That lineup combined with our pitching staff. We would dominate. And be favorites for the World Series.

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by bmwreds31 View Post
    Talk about a fun team to watch. Check this out.

    1. Phillips 2B----.270 6 HR's
    2. Bruce RF----.263 13 HRs
    3. Votto 1B----.360 10 HR's
    4. Hamilton CF----.338 22 HR's
    5. EE 3B----.284 17 HR's
    6. Dunn LF----.221 18 HR's
    7. Hanigan C----.296 1 HR
    8. Cozart SS----.250 1 HR

    That lineup combined with our pitching staff. We would dominate. And be favorites for the World Series.

    why do people have trouble moving on?

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    Re: What do the current top 3 MLB HR leaders have in common?

    Quote Originally Posted by bmwreds31 View Post
    Talk about a fun team to watch. Check this out.

    1. Phillips 2B----.270 6 HR's
    2. Bruce RF----.263 13 HRs
    3. Votto 1B----.360 10 HR's
    4. Hamilton CF----.338 22 HR's
    5. EE 3B----.284 17 HR's
    6. Dunn LF----.221 18 HR's
    7. Hanigan C----.296 1 HR
    8. Cozart SS----.250 1 HR

    That lineup combined with our pitching staff. We would dominate. And be favorites for the World Series.
    Imagine how many more runs our defense would be giving up with our opponents "hit it to the left" strategy.
    Is it "next season" yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo View Post
    Imagine how many more runs our defense would be giving up with our opponents "hit it to the left" strategy.
    About 10 a year.


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