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Brooks Robinson dominated the 1970 World Series both ways

It’s possible that no other position player has ever dominated a World Series to the extent Brooks Robinson did in 1970. That October, Robinson was dazzling in the field and at the plate as the Baltimore Orioles defeated Cincinnati in the Fall Classic.

Baseball’s 100 Greatest: #98 Barry Larkin

Of the great shortstops, Larkin had the most complete skills: he could run as fast as Eric Davis, he had the strongest arm in a generation, and only Ozzie was better with the glove.

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