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Congratulations Albert Pujols!

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Major League record 7 consecutive seasons with at least 30 homeruns and 100 rbi's. He's a one of a kind!

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And only 450 strikeouts in 4,036 at-bats.

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Just think what he could do on a good team like the Cubs....

Thanks for the help last night Tim.

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Major League record 7 consecutive seasons with at least 30 homeruns and 100 rbi's. He's a one of a kind!


I'm pretty sure A-Rod has that record covered with 10?????

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I see what you meant to say.... "to start a career" A-Rod has 9 straight but only 10 out 11 with 30 or more and 100 rbi's.

Congrats!

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And helping me win my fantasy league championship even when he was pinch hitting this past week!

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I like how they say 30 HRs A-N-D 100 RBI. Don't most players with 30+HRs get 100 RBI. Don't get me wrong, it a nice accomplishment.

I just think its more impressive when you mesh two things that normally aren't associated with each other like:

power and average

power and speed

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Never mind, I just checked and there are 10 players this year with 30 or more HRs that don't have 100 RBI. That seems strange to me though.

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Imagine where he'd be if he started his career off a little younger. All this from a Community College guy

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