Recently, I was watching a locally produced woodworking show and they made a replica of a toolbox that the editor's Dad used way back when. At the end of the show they had the old man (he was old enough that they were talking to him like he was a 4-year old) on there and the editor and him were talking about it. The son was pretty proud of himself and the Dad couldn't have cared less. If he had been with it enough to talk, I imagine he would have said: "What, what is so special about this!? I already made one just like it. Big whoop!".
The son was pretty dejected after his father didn't approve. It was what I imagined every baby boomer's childhood to be like and it was gloriously uncomfortable.
Who was the Cubs, qualified, leader in OPS for the 2008 season?
Who was the overall leader, not considering 3.1 PA per game?
Who came in second overall?