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Comment: Ted Williams might be surprised... (Score 1) 229

by emaja (#22915916) Attached to: Alternate Baseball Universes
(if he was still alive) to read that no one has hit .400+ since 1930, since he hit .406 is '41.

Baseball is one of those things that if your father didn't like, you probably won't either. It seems to be a passion that is passed down from generation to generation.

Today, it seems a bit archaic or even boring to some because of the slower pace, but some of us appreciate it for those very same qualities.

I bet the human brain is a kludge. -- Marvin Minsky

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