Perhaps something can be gleaned from history

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    George Scott was part of that 1977 team that hit 219 home runs. If it wasn't for the Yankees having Ron Guidry ( Louisiana Lightening) the Red Sox would have won pennants in both 1977 and 1978. Sox had their murdurer's row that year.
     
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    [QUOTE]George Scott was part of that 1977 team that hit 219 home runs. If it wasn't for the Yankees having Ron Guidry ( Louisiana Lightening) the Red Sox would have won pennants in both 1977 and 1978. Sox had their murdurer's row that year.
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       Butch Hobson hit 30 homers and knocked in 112 runs, mainly hitting in 9th spot.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Perhaps something can be gleaned from history :    Butch Hobson hit 30 homers and knocked in 112 runs, mainly hitting in 9th spot.
    Posted by attic-dan[/QUOTE]Those were some teams that could really hit the ball.
     
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    [QUOTE]im thinking take his 15 mil, and dice's 10 mil, and make a play for felix....we have to get rid of some prospects but money talks and king felix would be ok wiht that type of cash...money better spent imho...rather have lava pt catcher/dh than papi at this point....we need to rebuild, not hang on to glory days
    Posted by georom4[/QUOTE]
    I've read that Felix Hernandez wants to stay in Seattle with a young Mariner team that leads the majors in runs scored on the road and that, before today's win, had a Pythagorean record of 50-52 in a four-team division that would send three teams to the postseason if the season ended today.

    The Mariners are closer to contending in the next few years than many folks suggest.
     

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