Best power hitter of all time. (9) << vote
In the history of the game, which hitters had the most power?
tomhamilton       2006-08-26 13:55:07
01) Babe Ruth (11) << vote
Of course it is The Bambino.
tomhamilton       2006-08-26 13:55:40
02) Hank Aaron (7) << vote
He was very good for a very long time.
tomhamilton       2006-08-26 14:02:40
03) Josh Gibson (6) << vote
We can only guess what he would have done against major league pitching.
tomhamilton       2006-08-26 14:00:17
04) Mickey Mantle (4) << vote
The list wouldn't be complete without him.
erniecamacho       2006-09-05 12:37:10
05) Willie Mays (4) << vote
There are 660 reasons why he should be on this list.
erniecamacho       2006-09-02 15:39:50
06) Barry Bonds (4) << vote
The list wasn't called "Best power hitter of all time without the the help of steriods".
tomhamilton       2006-08-26 13:59:40
07) Mark McGwire (3) << vote
He had the single season home run record for a few years.
tomhamilton       2006-08-29 10:35:53
08) Jimmie Foxx (3) << vote
He hit 534 HR's but only 15 came after the age of 33.
tomhamilton       2006-08-26 13:58:21
09) Fred McGriff (2) << vote
My favorite player of all time. It is a shame that he won't make it into the Hall of Fame.
sticky note       2007-03-14 08:12:18
10) Alex Rodriguez (2) << vote
He could break the record if he stays healthy.
tomhamilton       2006-08-29 10:45:01
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