Merry, merry, all! We’re all the way to No. 94 on the Baseball 100 … No. 97: Robbie Alomar No. 96: Larry Walker No. 95: Tony Gwynn No. 94: Roy Campanella If you are following on Twitter or in The Athletic comments, you are seeing that many people are arguing about the numbers. It’s kind of a shame because — as you know if you have been with me since the beginning of this crazy adventure — I don’t care much about the numbers. One brilliant reader wrote that I should have had all the entire bottom 51 “tied at No. 49.”
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