One of the three co-founders of the league and brother of perhaps the greatest defensive player in the world, Terry more than held his own on the field. Many forget
about Terry's 1999 season, which started off as a horrible nightmare. Through his first 64 ABs, Terry had only 5 hits, none of which were HRs, and no RBIs. Eventually
he broke out of the massive slump, batting .330 the rest of the season with 14 HRs and 24 RBIs in only 112 ABs. Make that 19 HRs and 31 RBIs in 137 ABs if you count
the 1999 playoffs.
For his final season, which was to be in 2001, he got on the juice and ramped up every single offensive statistic he could get his hands on, bashing 36 HRs (he had 46
in his then 7-year career entering the season) and hitting .365 (.259 career avg. entering season). Oddly enough, though he was an All-Star in 1999 and 2000, he didn't make the cut
in 2001 thanks to some embarassingly bad pitching numbers.
--2001 Most Improved Player of the Year
--1998-2003 Web Designer of the Year
--2x All Star (1999, 2000)
--1999, 2000 Series at the Sac participant