The Best Power Hitting and Run Producing Duos of the 1990's By Team Based on Longevity

Steven ResnickSenior Writer IJuly 26, 2009

The Best Power Hitting and Run Producing Duos of the 1990's By Team Based on Longevity

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Arizona Diamondbacks: Matt Williams and Jay Bell

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Atlanta Braves: Ryan Klesko and Chipper Jones

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Baltimore Orioles: Cal Ripken Jr and Rafael Palmeiro

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Boston Red Sox: John Valentin and Mo Vaughn

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Chicago Cubs: Mark Grace and Sammy Sosa

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Chicago White Sox: Frank Thomas and Robin Ventura

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Cincinnati Reds: Barry Larkin and Reggie Sanders

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Cleveland Indians: Jim Thome and Manny Ramirez

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Colorado Rockies: Dante Bichette and Vinny Castilla

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Detroit Tigers: Travis Fryman and Cecil Fielder

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Florida Marlins: Jeff Conine and Gary Sheffield

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Houston Astros: Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell

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Kansas City Royals: Mike Macfarlane and George Brett

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Chili Davis and Tim Salmon

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Los Angeles Dodgers: Eric Karros and Mike Piazza

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Milwaukee Brewers: John Jaha and Greg Vaughn

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Minnesota Twins: Kent Hrbek and Kirby Puckett

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New York Mets: Edgardo Alfonso and John Olerud

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New York Yankees: Paul O'Neil and Bernie Williams

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Oakland A's: Terry Steinbach and Mark McGwire

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Philadelphia Phillies: Rico Brogna and Scott Rolen

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Pittsburgh Pirates: Al Martin and Jeff King

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San Diego Padres: Tony Gwynn and Ken Caminiti

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San Francisco Giants: Matt Williams and Barry Bonds

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Seattle Mariners: Jay Buhner and Ken Griffey Jr

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St Louis Cardinals: Ray Lankford and Mark McGwire

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Tampa Bay Rays: Paul Sorrento and Fred McGriff

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Texas Rangers: Ivan Rodriguez and Juan Gonzalez

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Toronto Blue Jays: John Olerud and Joe Carter

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Washington Nationals: Rondell White and Vladimir Guerrero

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