I'd like to see 1980 so that George Brett's flirtation with .400 can be replayed!
That would be a fun one. Brett was otherworldly that season. Even so, what is just as amazing is his .3898 batting average for that year only puts him in 48th place all time for highest BA for a single season.
Of course most of the leaders in batting average played from 1884-1929. Hugh Duffy is the all time single season leader having batted .4397 in 1894.
It has been pointed out that there are better Negro league seasons to do than 1937. If 1937 wins the poll, I will run a mini poll with only Negro League seasons for choices. So if you want a Negro League season done, be sure to vote for 1937 and we can finalize which years is best for that later.
I'd like to see 1905. I want to know how people played in the past.
I've always been interested in probability and statistics and baseball. Those two interests crossed paths in the development of Pine Tar Baseball.