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    6X ST MVP Spurtacular's Avatar
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    Ricky Henderson

    1980 - 100 SBs
    1982 - 130 SBs
    1983 - 108 SBs

    Vince Coleman

    1985 - 110 SBs
    1986 - 107 SBs
    1987 - 109 SBs

    2017 AL SB Leader

    Whit Merrifield - 34 SBs

    2019 NL SB Leader

    Ronald Acuna - 37 SBs

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    Cardinals a couple seasons ago still played small ball. Analytics is the main reason. MLB never recovered from the HR era. Permanently installing the DH in NL should further retire this playstyle



    1985 Cardinals lost Game 7 of WS (Royals)

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    Trout was going to be a perennial 30+ with 50+ some years.

    When he took himself out for the year with a slide that ended that.

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    Trout was going to be a perennial 30+ with 50+ some years.

    When he took himself out for the year with a slide that ended that.
    All the power hitters stop stealing bases sooner rather than later.

    I think they get lazy or otherwise just realize their bread and butter is the long ball.

    Jose Canseco stopped stealing bases after 40/40.

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