Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Hall - Pink Bat Equations

When figuring out Bill Halls home run totals you need to take in account the pink bat factor. A pink bat home run is obviously worth more than a standard home run. I have created the following equation to determine Halls actually home run totals.

Pink bat home run = 100 home runs

There are other factors to consider as well such as Size of dip wad in ounces and Amount of time spent admiring said home run. Let's add those into the equation:

2 pink bat home runs = 200 + 100 standard home runs + 10 extra home runs for admiration x 4 (the weight in ounces of his average dip) + 5 for his Bobby Brown look alike points

Using this equation Bill Hall has hit an amazing 1245 home runs. Assuring his place in the Hall of Fame and the title of greatest baseball player ever.

Now you see why I call him Bill Hall of Fame. I suggest you do the same.


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