Periodic Table of Home Runs

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The Periodic Table of Home Runs : 

The Periodic Table of Home Runs Tyler Moore 3rd Block

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My periodic table is made up of Major League Baseball players. Each period is composed of players who have hit a certain amount of homeruns in their career as of Friday, September 18th, 2009. Each group is divided by the positions first base, short stop, catcher, third base, and outfield. Players closer to the bottom have or had more homeruns than players towards the top. Players marked with a red C have won a World Series title before. The number on the right of each player indicates how many career games he has played. You will notice that in most cases on my table, the more home runs hit means the more games played.

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