homeruns and hit leaders for active players

troyboy73

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Homeruns

1..Albert Pujols 656
2.. Miguel Cabrera 477
3. Edwin Encarnacion 414
4. Nelson Cruz 401
5. Ryan Braun 346
6. Robinson Cano 326
7. Jay Bruce 312
8. Giancarlo Stanton 308
9. Mark Reynolds 298
10. Justin Upton 298

HITS

1. Albert Pujols 3205
2. Miguel Cabrera 2815
3. Robinson Cano 2570
4. Nick Markakis 2355
5. Ian Kinsler 1999
6. Yadier Molina 1963
7. Melky Cabrera 1962
8. Adam Jones 1956
9. Ryan Braun 1933
10. Joey Votto 1866
 
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wolves82

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If Pujols is not a unanimous first ballot HOF vote, anyone not including him should lose their vote.

I remember his rookie year - Albert "Winnie the" Pujols on Baseball Tonight. The man could mash from day 1.
 

brianwr112

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If Pujols is not a unanimous first ballot HOF vote, anyone not including him should lose their vote.

I remember his rookie year - Albert "Winnie the" Pujols on Baseball Tonight. The man could mash from day 1.
Well there were three that didn't vote Junior in. Baseball writers are a cranky bunch.
 

Red14

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If Pujols is not a unanimous first ballot HOF vote, anyone not including him should lose their vote.

I remember his rookie year - Albert "Winnie the" Pujols on Baseball Tonight. The man could mash from day 1.
I'd agree, Pujols has been a stud his entire career.
 

Red14

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Homeruns

1..Albert Pujols 656
2.. Miguel Cabrera 477
3. Edwin Encarnacion 414
4. Nelson Cruz 401
5. Ryan Braun 346
6. Robinson Cano 326
7. Jay Bruce 312
8. Giancarlo Stanton 308
9. Mark Reynolds 298
10. Justin Upton 298

HITS

1. Albert Pujols 3205
2. Miguel Cabrera 2815
3. Robinson Cano 2570
4. Nick Markakis 2355
5. Ian Kinsler 1999
6. Yadier Molina 1963
7. Melky Cabrera 1962
8. Adam Jones 1956
9. Ryan Braun 1933
10. Joey Votto 1866
I'd had never guessed that Markakis, Kinsler and Milky Cabrera would be on this list.
 

nupanther

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It's a shame how some of these writers wont vote for someone 1st ballot because "so and so" from yesteryear wasn't a 1st ballot. 3 people left off Junior? Who the hell left off Aaron and Mays ? Mariano Rivera deserves to be in the HOF, but if hes the only one that's a unanimous pick the voting stinks.
Of course there's a general New York canonization of their own players. Jeter has the 2nd highest percentage
 

wolves82

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Just vote for the best, most deserving guy(s). Not a hard concept. Not sure why some of the writers feel they need to have unwritten rules.
 
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