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Wednesday, September 06, 2006
The Greatest Career Stats in the History of Sports
I know that the PeP doesn't much cover sports, but I just stumbled upon this on my daily espn.com browse. Charlton Jimerson, which is without a doubt a fantastic name, has the best possible line for a baseball player. Batting 1.000 with a 4.000 slugging percentage. His OPS is, then, 5.000. Not even Albert Pujols can beat that.