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Re: More important for one's GOAT resume: Slams or Time Spent at #1?

For Open Era players, I counted their YE #1 as if they had been #1 that whole calendar year, and then in parenthesis, their actual weeks according to the computer.

For Pre-1973 players, there was no computer.

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