Let’s just get this out of the way, but Jeff Bagwell got the shaft last year. He should make some gains but the fact that he may have used PEDs because he played during those times is a little ridiculous. Bagwell finished with a career .948 OPS, 449 home runs, 1,529 RBIs, 1,517 runs, and 1,401 walks.
He also had the MVP and his 1994 season was obscene. He had an OPS of 1.201 and 300 total bases in the strike shortened season. Tony Gwynn cost him the batting title and Bagwell finished with a 79.9 WAR. Five times he had an OPS over one and if you take away his final season, he had fourteen straight seasons of an OPS+ over 115. That’s some consistency.
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