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Barry Sanders Jr.

What about the Ken Griffey's?
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
What about the Ken Griffey's?

Throw in Bonds'es
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
What about the Ken Griffey's?

Throw in Bonds'es

Griffey = anomaly

Bonds = steroids

Besides, the dads were above average, and the children were amazing. Still works.

If dad is not a hall of famer, then son is. How's that?
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
What about the Ken Griffey's?

Throw in Bonds'es

Griffey = anomaly

Bonds = steroids

Besides, the dads were above average, and the children were amazing. Still works.

If dad is not a hall of famer, then son is. How's that?

I call chicken or the egg on this one.

Too many variables. What about a fat mom producing a better athlete than a skinny mom?
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
What about the Ken Griffey's?

Throw in Bonds'es

Griffey = anomaly

Bonds = steroids

Besides, the dads were above average, and the children were amazing. Still works.

If dad is not a hall of famer, then son is. How's that?

I call chicken or the egg on this one.

Too many variables. What about a fat mom producing a better athlete than a skinny mom?

Like I said earlier, the gene for cooking and cleaning is irrelevant.
Originally posted by redrathman:
Tony Gwynn (20 Seasons): 3141 Hits, 1383 Runs, 135 Homeruns, 1138 RBI, .324 BA, .384 OBP, .461 SLG, .845 OPS, 15 All Star Games, 8 Batting Titles and a plaque in Cooperstown.

Tony Gwynn Jr (5 Seasons): 225 Hits, 112 Runs, 5 Homeruns, 56 RBI, .244 BA, .323 OBP, .314 SLG, .591 OPS, 0 All Star Games, 0 Batting Titles and plaque on his teeth.

Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Someone left a comment saying he's with the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Yes, I believe he chose Alabama. He did it because Ingram went to the NFL.

Dude should be sick. Can't wait to watch him on tV.
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by redrathman:
Tony Gwynn (20 Seasons): 3141 Hits, 1383 Runs, 135 Homeruns, 1138 RBI, .324 BA, .384 OBP, .461 SLG, .845 OPS, 15 All Star Games, 8 Batting Titles and a plaque in Cooperstown.

Tony Gwynn Jr (5 Seasons): 225 Hits, 112 Runs, 5 Homeruns, 56 RBI, .244 BA, .323 OBP, .314 SLG, .591 OPS, 0 All Star Games, 0 Batting Titles and plaque on his teeth.

Joe Bryant--Kobe Bryant

Archie Manning--Peyton Manning

See how comparisons can be twisted to fit your opinion?

Actually, that's different.

Superstar father -> average kid
average father -> superstar kid

That's not fair to the mother. You both are taking 50% of the equation out.

Yao Ming Dad = tall athlete
Yao Ming Mom = tall athlete

Yao Ming Dad --->>O Yao Ming Mom = tall athlete

Brittany Spear + whatever his name is = good chance of f**ked up kids.

If I thought the gene that included cooking and cleaning was relevant, I would have mentioned it.