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Baseball: Homerun's..who is going to hit the most?

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Ben

posted on May, 3 2004 @ 07:06 PM
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And plus its a very long season. And its just May so there are injuries and fatigue to take part




posted on May, 3 2004 @ 09:50 PM
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I don't know why Sosa's taking his sweet time hitting homers... he got one today, but thats only like 6 for him.



posted on Jun, 5 2004 @ 01:40 PM
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Bonds hit his 473 career and 15th of the season last night.

Current standings -


Player TEAM POS G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG AVG
1. A Pujols
STL 1B 54 201 51 63 17 0 17 40 131 37 18 2 3 .420 .652 .313
2. S Finley
ARI OF 55 212 40 60 7 1 16 31 117 26 27 7 2 .355 .552 .283
3. B Bonds
SF OF 45 111 41 40 7 0 15 31 92 74 10 3 0 .618 .829 .360
3. J Burnitz
COL OF 50 189 34 55 12 3 15 43 118 22 45 3 4 .372 .624 .291
3. V Castilla
COL 3B 50 198 32 57 19 0 15 46 121 20 38 0 0 .350 .611 .288
3. A Dunn
CIN OF 54 169 35 42 8 0 15 33 95 49 68 2 0 .425 .562 .249
3. M Ramirez
BOS OF 53 201 35 70 17 0 15 40 132 34 45 1 2 .441 .657 .348
8. M Alou
CHC OF 50 207 32 66 13 1 14 36 123 12 24 0 0 .355 .594 .319
8. L Berkman
HOU OF 53 172 36 59 13 1 14 43 116 48 31 1 2 .493 .674 .343
8. K Griffey
CIN OF 51 190 30 46 12 0 14 43 100 30 42 1 0 .351 .526 .242
8. V Guerrero
ANA OF 53 216 47 77 17 0 14 50 136 14 27 2 0 .399 .630 .356
8. M Lowell
FLA 3B 54 201 38 67 18 1 14 36 129 30 24 3 1 .423 .642 .333
13. H Blalock
TEX 3B 52 213 34 61 14 2 13 34 118 23 50 0 0 .358 .554 .286
13. M Cabrera
FLA OF 54 206 39 61 14 0 13 39 114 22 50 1 1 .365 .553 .296
13. E Chavez
OAK 3B 49 187 34 46 4 0 13 35 89 37 36 4 0 .372 .476 .246
13. L Gonzalez
ARI OF 54 205 42 54 12 3 13 33 111 35 32 1 0 .372 .541 .263
13. A Rodriguez
NYY 3B 53 206 40 62 10 1 13 31 113 30 46 9 1 .395 .549 .301
13. S Rolen
STL 3B 53 192 33 68 10 2 13 57 121 18 31 1 1 .413 .630 .354
13. J Thome
PHI 1B 45 168 29 52 12 1 13 27 105 29 43 0 2 .414 .625 .310
20. B Abreu
PHI OF 52 187 40 53 11 1 12 38 102 39 37 10 0 .404 .545 .283
20. A Beltre
LA 3B 51 203 28 63 12 0 12 36 111 8 27 1 0 .336 .547 .310
20. J Dye
OAK OF 53 205 34 56 12 1 12 34 106 20 55 0 1 .338 .517 .273
20. A Jones
ATL OF 54 201 33 49 13 3 12 32 104 30 47 1 1 .341 .517 .244
20. F Thomas
CWS DH 48 161 36 48 12 0 12 33 96 47 31 0 1 .464 .596 .298
20. C Wilson
PIT OF 51 197 36 71 16 2 12 35 127 18 55 2 1 .438 .645 .360
26. C Beltran
KC OF 52 203 38 58 16 2 11 41 111 27 33 11 3 .370 .547 .286
26. H Choi
FLA 1B 51 151 28 37 8 1 11 28 80 27 47 1 0 .366 .530 .245
26. J Drew
ATL OF 45 165 42 49 8 3 11 29 96 35 34 3 1 .423 .582 .297
26. J Edmonds
STL OF 54 190 30 49 18 0 11 34 100 31 58 2 1 .363 .526 .258
26. T Glaus
ANA 3B 29 108 29 32 8 1 11 28 75 14 28 1 2 .387 .694 .296
26. J Guillen
ANA OF 53 199 37 62 10 2 11 43 109 17 30 3 2 .386 .548 .312
26. R Ibanez
SEA OF 51 194 34 52 11 1 11 28 98 16 30 0 1 .330 .505 .268
26. P Konerko
CWS 1B 49 176 26 49 6 0 11 35 88 26 28 1 0 .379 .500 .278
26. R Mackowiak
PIT OF 49 166 28 46 7 1 11 32 88 15 42 6 2 .344 .530 .277
26. M Mora
BAL 3B 51 206 50 78 15 0 11 41 126 30 34 7 4 .465 .612 .379
26. D Ortiz
BOS DH 53 216 25 59 24 0 11 47 116 22 58 0 0 .340 .537 .273
26. A Ramirez
CHC 3B 53 208 36 63 15 1 11 41 113 17 30 0 2 .358 .543 .303
38. P Burrell
PHI OF 50 178 32 54 9 0 10 43 93 35 51 0 0 .415 .522 .303
38. S Casey
CIN 1B 51 206 42 79 19 1 10 42 130 15 19 1 0 .427 .631 .383
38. C Johnson
COL C 43 138 25 38 13 0 10 26 81 21 42 2 0 .375 .587 .275
38. J Jones
MIN OF 52 201 28 52 8 1 10 33 92 13 39 8 3 .320 .458 .259
38. C Koskie
MIN 3B 36 129 22 34 6 1 10 26 72 16 24 4 2 .349 .558 .264
38. T Martinez
TB 1B 47 157 27 46 7 0 10 31 83 23 25 1 1 .386 .529 .293
38. H Matsui
NYY OF 53 190 43 60 11 1 10 35 103 35 35 0 0 .425 .542 .316
38. M Piazza
NYM 1B 53 191 19 58 11 0 10 22 99 29 32 0 0 .396 .518 .304
38. S Sosa
CHC OF 35 134 22 39 10 0 10 24 79 21 35 0 0 .385 .590 .291
47. J Bagwell
HOU 1B 51 194 38 55 10 0 9 33 92 34 51 1 3 .400 .474 .284
47. P Feliz
SF 1B 50 177 20 51 9 0 9 30 87 5 39 2 0 .306 .492 .288
47. J Giambi
NYY 1B 37 126 20 34 7 0 9 24 68 24 27 0 1 .406 .540 .270
47. B Giles
SD OF 53 202 34 57 6 5 9 34 100 35 31 5 2 .389 .495 .282


TRD

posted on Jun, 5 2004 @ 01:42 PM
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Oh Bonds is not top....


Go Pujols i'm rooting for ya!!!



posted on Jun, 5 2004 @ 01:47 PM
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I'm goin for Pujols too, but I think that Bonds would have it easily if he wasn't getting walked every other at bat.



posted on Jun, 5 2004 @ 01:51 PM
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It looks to me like the race is still too close to call, but i'd put my money on Pujols



posted on Jun, 7 2004 @ 09:39 AM
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ADAM DUNN will strike out 200 times but will hit at least 40 homers.



posted on Jun, 7 2004 @ 09:12 PM
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So with Pujols out for a few games, is someone else gonna claim the lead?



posted on Jun, 8 2004 @ 07:45 AM
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My moneys on Ramirez to take the lead



posted on Jun, 8 2004 @ 09:58 AM
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First I chose Griffey, then I switched to Bonds. I think I'm gonna go BACK to Griffey. the way he's swinging the bat... he's gonna have 50+.



posted on Jun, 8 2004 @ 03:00 PM
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Yep, Griffey's back!!! Bonds not getting enough at bats though. Are the NL pitchers still chicken when facing Barry??? The things are going he's going to get more than 220 walks this season...



posted on Jun, 8 2004 @ 08:32 PM
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I belive that Pujols has the best shot at it, I really don't see anyone stronger than him in the homerun race, for now at least


TRD

posted on Jun, 9 2004 @ 05:46 PM
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I'm going to stick with Pujols for now. Shame he picked up that injury as he was firing. As others have said it's pretty close and i would keep a eye on all the ones who are currently in the top ten, they all have a chance the way they are batting.



posted on Jun, 11 2004 @ 04:55 PM
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People say that every year at the start of the year. There are always quite a few who could hit tons if they keep on going, you can't really say until after All Star Weekend



posted on Jun, 13 2004 @ 09:42 PM
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Tomorrow was supposed to be an off day for the Phillies and Reds but instead they'll be playing a makeup game before they both resume interleague play on Tuesday.

Today Ken Griffey, Jr hit his 499th homerun and Jim Thome hit his 399th. The ball has been flying out of Citizens Bank Park lately, it would be pretty amazing if they both reached milestones in the same game.



posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 06:57 PM
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Originally posted by ProudAmerican
Tomorrow was supposed to be an off day for the Phillies and Reds but instead they'll be playing a makeup game before they both resume interleague play on Tuesday.

Today Ken Griffey, Jr hit his 499th homerun and Jim Thome hit his 399th. The ball has been flying out of Citizens Bank Park lately, it would be pretty amazing if they both reached milestones in the same game.

Not gonna happen, they gave Junior the nigh off -
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posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 07:46 PM
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Thats too bad, it's the sort of thing that would be really cool to see on the same day. I suppose they want it to happen at home to boost attendance



posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 08:41 PM
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Yeah, they gave Griffey the night off, trying to sell some tickets in Cincy. I guess you cant blame them plus he needed a rest anyway, he's not 25 anymore.


On a good note, Jim Thome hit his 400th career homerun in his first at-bat.

But did he hit his 400th? The game is in a rain delay in the 3rd inning and as you're all well aware, they have to play five full innings to make it official. If it were called, all stats are erased and the game is made up in full. Dont forget this game is already a make-up of a rainout. But they said they really want to get the game in so I have a feeling they'll resume, it just might be a while.



posted on Jun, 14 2004 @ 10:43 PM
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It's official now, the game has resumed and is in the top of the 7th. Thome's 400 will go in the books.


TRD

posted on Jun, 15 2004 @ 01:36 PM
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Well done to Thome!!!


Hey anyone know the current standings?



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