Who do you think is the best athlete for each respective sport?


  1. NYCHitman1

    NYCHitman1 Gun for Hire Developer

    MLB - I think by the time Albert Pujols retires he'll be the best hitter of all time but as of right now Hank Aaron/Barry Bonds share that title. The best pitcher is Nolan Ryan w/o a doubt.

    NBA - Michael Jordan

    NFL - Purely opinionated but Dan Marino is the best QB all-time imo until Favre decides to hang up the pads.

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  2. BiGMERF

    BiGMERF Well-Known Member

    MLB- Roberto clemente

    nfl- barry sanders

    NBA- Jordan

    NHL- Gretzky/Messier
  3. NYCHitman1

    NYCHitman1 Gun for Hire Developer

    I always wished Barry Sanders had played on a better team during his era. He was a damn beast and deserved better than what he received.
  4. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Well-Known Member

    MLB: Babe Ruth. Wasn't a bad pitcher, yanno.

    NBA: Hands down, Jordan.

    NHL: I grew up in the Gretzky/Lemieux era, it's got to be the Great One.

    NFL: Sooooo debatable. More than any other sport, it's so position-based. So I'll be a homer and say LT. The real LT, not some d-bag running back. :cool:
  5. crazybuoy

    crazybuoy Member

    Sania mirza my favorite because it is so beautiful and great athletics.
  6. Vihzel

    Vihzel Destroying Balls Everyday VIP Member

    Since the only sport I actually watch is tennis... currently... it's:

    Men - Rafael Nadal
    Women - Serena Williams
  7. eyebeam

    eyebeam Well-Known Member

    NFL - Jerry Rice

    MLB - Hank Aaron
    tie - Babe Ruth (People overlook what a great pitcher he was)

    NBA - Magic Johnson

    NHL - Wayne Gretzky

    PGA - Arnold Palmer

    Swimming - Michael Phelps (couldn't leave him out)
  8. NYCHitman1

    NYCHitman1 Gun for Hire Developer

    When I think of Babe Ruth, I think of the slugger that he became after he pitched. He was a behemoth of his day. I would consider him definitely in the Top 5 all-time greats but, #1.. might be sketchy
  9. eyebeam

    eyebeam Well-Known Member

    But that's my point. If you think of him as a slugger mostly, and that makes him a top 5 player, then remember that in 10 years pitching he appeared in 163 games (148 starts) and has a lifetime ERA of 2.28, doesn't that put him squarely in the conversation at #1? How many other players ever have been dominant hitters and pitchers?
  10. NYCHitman1

    NYCHitman1 Gun for Hire Developer

    None but Ruth pitched in the deadball era. There were no breaking balls, only fastballs (no 2-seamers, cutters, sinkers, splitters, etc..)
  11. jamor

    jamor Well-Known Member

    NBA: Michael Jordan

    NFL: Jerry Rice

    Tennis:

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