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I’d then ask you to compare the numbers Bagwell compiled while Houston still played at the Astrodome, from his rookie year in 1991 through 1999, to the numbers he put up once they moved into Minute Maid Park in 2000. As you can see, there’s a period of clear improvement leading up to his MVP year in 1994. “Immediately” is too strong a word, Wade, I think, since he went from 15 to 18 to 20 and then to 39 in the strike year. (Sidenote/fun fact: Barry Bonds went from 16 HR his rookie season to 33 in his 5th year!) He had his peak right around when you’d expect, at age 27.