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Best LF Seasons since 1979

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Say what you want about Barry Bonds, and really please I insist you say nasty things about him, but he was really, really fucking good.

 

Top 20 Left Fielder Seasons since 1979 (per Win Shares)

 

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1. Barry Bonds, 2001 - San Francisco Giants 53.9 Win Shares

 

Year Ag Tm  Lg  G   AB    R    H   2B 3B  HR  RBI  SB CS  BB  SO   BA   OBP   SLG *OPS+  TB   SH  SF IBB HBP GDP 
+--------------+---+----+----+----+---+--+---+----+---+--+---+---+-----+-----+-----+----+----+---+---+---+---+---+
2001 36 SFG NL 153  476  129  156  32  2  73  137  13  3 177  93  .328  .515  .863  259  411   0   2  35   9   5

 

2. Barry Bonds, 2004 - San Francisco Giants 53.0

3. Barry Bonds, 2002 - San Francisco Giants 48.9

4. Barry Bonds, 1993 - San Francisco Giants 46.7

5. Albert Pujols, 2003 - St. Louis Cardinals 41.1

6. Barry Bonds, 1992 - Pittsburgh Pirates 40.8

7. Barry Bonds, 2003 - San Francisco Giants 39.2

8. Barry Bonds, 1996 - San Francisco Giants 39.0

9. Rickey Henderson, 1990 - Oakland A's 38.9

10. Kevin Mitchell, 1989 - San Francisco Giants 37.7

11. Albert Belle, 1998 - Chicago White Sox 37.4

12. Barry Bonds, 1990 - Pittsburgh Pirates 36.7

13. Luis Gonzalez, 2001 - Arizona Diamondbacks 36.6

14. Barry Bonds, 1991 - Pittsburgh Pirates 36.5

15. Barry Bonds, 1997 - San Francisco Giants 36.4

16. Barry Bonds, 1995 - San Francisco Giants 36.1

17. Tim Raines, 1985 - Montreal Expos 35.8

18. Pedro Guerrero, 1985 - Los Angeles Dodgers 34.8

19. Rickey Henderson, 1980 - Oakland A's 33.9

20. Tim Raines, 1987 - Montreal Expos 33.8

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Great player, wouldn't be sad if he dead tomorrow.

 

But he does bring great joy to my life, every time I watch game 7 of the 1992 NLCS. Watching the Giants slowly choke away a world series ring in 2002 is pretty great too.

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I'm saving the snides remarks about Jim Rice this time.

 

If Barry Bonds isn't elected to the Hall of Fame upon eligibility, it will cease to become a useful institution. At that point, ability no longer becomes a factor of election and it is just a matter of who got caught using PEDs and who didn't.

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