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Had Babe Ruth played in the modern era of baseball, he would not have been the same player.


Babe Ruth once held the home run record, holds the Yankee record for both career and single season average, set and held the single season home run record for decades, and revolutionized the game of baseball and turned it into the popular attraction it is today. However, I believe that, as I stated as my topic, had Babe Ruth played in the modern era of baseball, he would not have been the same player....

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Babe Ruth in the modern era of baseball


Babe Ruth is considered by many baseball experts to be one of the best to have ever stepped on the field. He set many records, including home runs in a season and all time, Yankee record for both career average and highest average in a season, as well as being as winner of the Triple Crown. Many believe that is Ruth played in the modern era, he would have hit over one thousand home runs. However, I believe that in he modern era of baseball, Ruth's statistics would not have been as staggering as...

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Every American citizen should have to take a knowledge test before they can vote in elections.


The American form of government, the representative republic, was made not only because the Founding Fathers feared a tyranny, but it was also made to protect the rights of the citizens and to have so that the citizens did not have to fully participate. Yet after reading articles in Newsweek among other magazines which hold statistics from the Department of Education showing a decline in the grades and brains of the generations of America, one cannot help but question if everyone is fit to vote....

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Mario Lemieux is the greatest player to have played in the NHL


Many look at Wayne Gretzky as the greatest player in the NHL, and while he averaged 1.921 points per game and holds the all-time record for points per game, goals, assists, etc., I then take a look at Mario Lemieux, who averaged 1.883 points per game in his career. Aside from this, he played in close to 600 games less than Gretzky, many of which were missed during the prime of his career. Through his career, Lemieux suffered from spinal disc herniation, Hodgkin's lymphoma, chronic tendinitis of...

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