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Feared by rival managers and pitchers, he was walked more than any player of his time, robbing him of precious at bats that would’ve enhanced his chances to hit one out of the park. He didn’t start out as a power hitter, in fact, in his first seasons he was anything but. A concentrated effort led to his formation as a strong batter and then add to that his speed around the diamond. He became the Cubs’ first 30-30 player, hitting 30 HRs and stealing 30 bases in 1993. Sosa’s career started to decline after the odd sneezing injury that almost snapped his back while talking to reporters in May, 2004. Unfortunately for him, the PED incident has almost reduced his Hall of Fame chances to nothing, although he still gets more than 5% of the votes each year, enough to avoid being left out of the ballots.
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