Nothing stays the same for long
Simple round numbers expressed as words, and absent context, are not particularly exciting. But for a baseball fan in the 1970s, those numbers were exciting. A hitter with a .300 batting average had really done something. Same for a hitter with 100 RBI. And if he did both well, now you're talking MVP candidate.
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