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2008 Major League Baseball Player Grades
The Evolution of Baseball Stats
From Doubleday to Eternity

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2008 Major League Baseball Player Grades
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PEVA Boxscore
32.000 - Fantastic
(Cy Young, MVP Candidate)
20.000 - Great
15.000 - All Star Caliber
10.000 - Good
3.500 - Average
Paint the history of Baseball number by number.

Baseball Evaluation: The Evolution of Baseball Stats From Doubleday to Eternity

A Baseball Statistics Scoreboard for Baseball Historians, Fantasy Baseball Players, and Baseball Fans Everywhere.
Putting Babe, Bonds, and Bagwell in perspective.
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