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        StatementDial Press
        PublishersDial Press
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        LC Classifications1974
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages46
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100803732155
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because as we are about to see, the fearsome "murderers' row" teams of the past don't stack up so well against the 1976 Reds either, when all facets of the game are considered. To win 108 games against that sort of competition was no small feat.

The 1927 New York Yankees : The Best Baseball Team Ever

Second, there was an equally loaded Los Angeles team Steve Garvey, Davey Lopes, Bill Russell, Ron Cey, Jimmy Wynn, Willie Crawford, Bill Buckner, Lee Lacy, Steve Yeager, and an even better pitching staff with a league-leading 2.

But they had five players who hit. 40, 417Walter Johnson 5. 05, 272 with Dazzy Vance; Gary Nolan 5. Looking at the 1939 Yankees' statistics, and the other teams' statistics that year, I suspect that the ball was "juiced" or all the pitchers had off seasons at the same time. 2 1403 605 494 42 409 431 18 2 16 5849 122 3. Half the "murder's row" is gone in an eyeblink, as soon as the honest comparisons begin. 285 with 62 RBI, but committed 47 errors and was a meager 3-2 on stolen base attempts -C Pat Collins hit.

But they drop off at 2B, SS, LF, team speed and defense. When a flameballing strikeout artist like Rube Waddell or Dazzy Vance appears, he really sticks out in the pitching statistics because strikeouts were so few and far between back then. 619 64 14 3 20 21 P 27 29 71 67 4 16 1 1 1 6 0 0 2 17.