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Is there a way to quantify WAR by age in a single season? So, seasons ranked by the most WAR accumulated by 19-20 year-olds in that season?
What I meant was combined WAR by all 19 and 20-year-olds in a given season and then ordering the seasons in descending order.
I'm inclined to believe that Renteria is older than listed. He had one of the greatest seasons a "19-year old" has ever had, follows it up with a few more AS seasons, but is basically burnt toast by 32?
BBref has already made the adjustment to the 1976 birthdate. Other sites give him the 1975 birthdate and that's the birthdate he was signed under.
Is it safe to say that Harper has elbowed his way back into the NL Rookie of the Year discussion with his late-season resurgence?
Are there any other 19/20 year olds?
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