I started to watch baseball again after I saw the juniors do something massive in the past years
Specially young talents from my country braking records of big players. I have been watching baseball all my life since is a huge deal in my country. Now that I’m older, I start to understand a lot beyond the game that I couldn’t understand back in the day. As I watched this season I saw how Juan Soto in the 2019 world series and even now broke so many records. Then I started thinking, who were the people that originally set the record. Because it is way easier to break something then actually being the first one in doing it.
While I was doing a research I found a website recently that have store all the data from games even from 1900. Everybody knows Babe Ruth, what he did will stay in baseball forever. But if it wasn’t for this website, I would never know the story of Ty Cobb.
He’s a legend of the same era as Babe Ruth. While I was looking at his stats on the website. I couldn’t understand why he was a Hall of Fame. It has been so long ago since he played, when I saw only 117 home runs I was confused. How can a HoF only have 117 HR, it didn’t make sense to me…
This is what someone who saw him play have to say
Until I looked to the left and saw the second most hit of all time was set by him in his era. It was impressive for me to think that, I would never have though that man would be the person with so many hits after seeing his HR so low in 24 seasons. That was the first time I saw him on the website. Since then, I have been looking at so many other players that I didn’t get to see play, but their records I don’t think would ever be broken. I hope I get to talk about another player next post, “The player who got tired of hitting“. Leave in the comments who you think this player is.