OK, so let's see here: - Barry Bonds breaks the single season HR record, finishing with 73 and the single season walk record, finishing with 177. - Cal Ripken & Tony Gwynn retire, likely ending an era of marquis players who play a whole career in one city (I can't think of another player who fits that description). - Rickey Henderson breaks the all time records for walks, and runs scored. Then, in the last at bat of his season (and likely his career), he gets his 3000th hit. - The Seattle Mariners break the AL record (and tie the MLB record) for most wins in a season, finishing with 116. - Roger Clemens moves into 3rd place among the all time strikeout leaders, behind only Nolan Ryan and Steve Carlton, leapfrogging over 5 players over the course of the season. - Not a milestone, but Randy Johnson came only 11 K's away from tying Nolan Ryan's single season strikeout record of 383. If the D-Backs weren't going to the post season, he'd have likely had another start and a good shot at it. All this and the post season hasn't started yet. There's an excellent chance a city will win (or play in) its first world series, given that the teams with the three best records in baseball (Seattle, Houston, Arizona) have never won. Having lived in Toronto in '92, some of you guys living in those cities are in for something really special. What a year. Did I miss anything?