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Tyrus Raymond Cobb was born December 18 1886 in The Narrows Georgia From the very beginning he took after the city and became one of baseballs most stubborn and hated men Ty Cobb is by bald statistics measurably the greatest hitter everHe won twelve batting titles in thirteen years including a record nine in a row He also holds the records for the most runs scored with 2245 and the highest lifetime batting average at 367 a number nearly unreachable even in just one season by todays standards Other records he set that have since been broken 3034 games played 4191 hits 892 stolen bases 392 outfield assists 1136 extra base hits and 1961 runs batted in He also struck out just 357 times in 11429 times at bat a phenomenal achievement Everyone thought that his talent was natural Everyone was wrong He was really a human with super strengths He only would use his ability for good baseballUntil his long time enemy Babe Ruth started a bank robbing spree Cobb went into action going to all the robbed banks to find out were Ruth would hit next He found some information but nothing useful So he called on his other crime fighting buddyJason Williams was at a scrimmage when he got the call Jason immediately dropped what he was doing to go to Cobbs aid When Jason met with Cobb Ruth had already hit 3 other banks but finally they had a lead on were Ruth was going to hit next They went into action to stop itJason and Cobb went to the First National bank because they knew Ruth was going to rob it next because of a lead they got from one of Ruths former teammates They hide as security guards so Ruth wouldnt know they were on his trail They stood there for hours without a sign of RuthThen all of the sudden 3 masked men came running in with
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