Chart: When do good baseball players reach their peak?

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  • Updated: April 19, 2013 - 7:13 AM

A peek at peaks

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editor29Apr. 19, 13 8:08 AM

Interesting chart, although the range of years (1921-2006) undoubtedly skews things because players many decades ago obviously peaked earlier due to the human longevity arc of those times. In bygone eras, 30 was today's 40. Today, 30 is more akin to the old 20.

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sane09Apr. 20, 1310:20 AM

When do good baseball players reach their peak?"....During the National Anthem, and it's all downhill from there.

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