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In 2010, he produced one of the best offensive seasons in Cuban history, hitting .453/.597/.986 with a league-record 33 home runs and 93 runs batted in 66 games.
How good a league can this be? That's a 162 pace of .453 81 228 in Triple Crown stats. And its only "one" of the best
Don't the Cuban Leagues use metal bats?
How good a league can this be? That's a 162 pace of .453 81 228 in Triple Crown stats. And its only "one" of the best seasons ever?
Don't the Cuban Leagues use metal bats? I could be wrong about this but remember reading this one time.
Wes Welker is just the new Ed McCaffrey.
As for Jose Abreu, we're overdue for a second good player named Abreu. Neither Tony nor Winston did much.
Every white receiver is Wes Welker.
 I have to imagine his agent would very much like for that to not happen.
everything I've read about this guy just SCREAMS "red flag" to me.
And I recall the Chargers pass-happy attack being considered the silliest of all (real teams ran of course)
Buck Buchanan. Ernie Ladd. Curley Culp. Emerson Boozer. Sherman Plunkett.
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