Chili Davis a spicy omission
In your May 16 column on the best designated hitters ever, you say that Paul Molitor only had four great seasons as a DH, 1991-94, with Milwaukee and Toronto. But, in 1996, playing for a mediocre (78 wins) Twins team, he batted .341 with 225 hits, 99 runs and 113 RBI. The 225 hits were the most he had in any season in his Hall of Fame career. Molitor had many great seasons as a DH after he converted from an outstanding position player.
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