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  1. How do you not include Joe Charboneau and Fidrych on the list -- is it because they were playing prior to Fantasy? The topic is "Biggest one time wonders, Guys who exploded for Monster season out of blue"
  2. The thing about Joe is that he disappeared after the one year. It was like he made a deal with the devil and he was gone after that. Guys mentioned in this thread went on to play and perform, possibly not at the same level. however, they did not disappear like Super Joe. Another guy that comes to mind is Mark Fidrych. He was another Rookie of the year in 1976. He won 19 games that year with a sub 2.50 era and won a combined 10 more games the rest of his career. The guy was awesome to watch in 76.
  3. Joe Charboneau, without a doubt. He is and will be defined as the one year wonder. What a character -- I recall him opening bottle caps with his eye socket. In any event, the following is his write up in Wikipedia: Joseph Charboneau (born June 17, 1955 in Belvidere, Illinois) was a Major League Baseball player for the Cleveland Indians and is one of the most often-cited examples of baseball's fabled sophomore jinx. "Super Joe" Charboneau made his debut with the Indians in 1980, splitting time between left field and designated hitter. His 23 home runs led the team and he captured the city'
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