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Thread: I almost forgot how crazy Barry Bond's 2004 was

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    I almost forgot how crazy Barry Bond's 2004 was

    .362 BA/ .609 OBP... .609!!!!!!!!!/ .812 SLG.... .816!!!/ 1.422 OPS.. HOLY CRAP

    He only had 101 runs batted in .. but it's pretty obvious why. He was walked 263 times!!!! 120 of them intentionally, wtf?

    Warping the game....
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    what a shame. he was absolutely the best player i've ever seen, and he f*cked it all up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    .362 BA/ .609 OBP... .609!!!!!!!!!/ .812 SLG.... .816!!!/ 1.422 OPS.. HOLY CRAP

    He only had 101 runs batted in .. but it's pretty obvious why. He was walked 263 times!!!! 120 of them intentionally, wtf?

    Warping the game....
    If he got 3 pitches a game to hit, it was alot.

    I remember Clemens being a pu$$y with him. "I'm gonna knock the armor off him!!" yeah, Roger pegged him once to get him off the plate, and walked him every other time he faced him. Way to be a man and challenge him.

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    He really would be considered #2 to Ruth if that had all been natural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Jets & Ham View Post
    I saw Barry Bonds get intentionally walked with the bases loaded

    Anyone else remember that?

    THAT REALLY HAPPENED
    Yea, against Showalter and the D'Backs I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chirorob View Post
    If he got 3 pitches a game to hit, it was alot.

    I remember Clemens being a pu$$y with him. "I'm gonna knock the armor off him!!" yeah, Roger pegged him once to get him off the plate, and walked him every other time he faced him. Way to be a man and challenge him.
    I was at that game. At the time, I thought it was going to be one of the best pitcher/hitter battles of MLB history.

    Turns out they're both juicers and Clemens had no interest at all in giving the guy anything to hit.

    But I don't forget how amazing that year was for Bonds. 263 walks and a 1.400 OPS will never be equaled.

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