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Don Wilson's Career RC27 is #40!

As part of the S26 HoF discussions, one of the point of interest is the offensive contribution of Don Wilson.

To help, here's Don Wilson's career RC27 ranking (amidst everyone else).  Minimum 3000 at bats.  Using the Stolen Base version of the RC27 formula in Wikipedia

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| rank      | name                 | career rc27     
+ --------- + -------------------- + --------- +

| 1         | Bruce Harper         | 10.965    |
| 2         | Kip White            | 10.659    |
| 3         | Henry Menechino      | 10.394    |
| 4         | Jimmie Franco        | 10.146    |
| 5         | Darren Owens         | 9.928     |
| 6         | T.J. Smart           | 9.852     |
| 7         | Walt Cashman         | 9.806     |
| 8         | Hal Randall          | 9.802     |
| 9         | Hong-Gu Hyun         | 9.719     |
| 10        | Javier Leon          | 9.272     |
| 11        | Rogers Glynn         | 9.233     |
| 12        | Al Maurer            | 9.225     |
| 13        | Pablo Vincente       | 9.178     |
| 14        | Ryan Parrish         | 9.010     |
| 15        | Alexander Henry      | 8.997     |
| 16        | Roger Scalici        | 8.907     |
| 17        | Omar Camacho         | 8.808     |
| 18        | Jeromy Wagner        | 8.795     |
| 19        | Roy Spencer          | 8.702     |
| 20        | Alex Valdes          | 8.668     |
| 21        | Stan Lee             | 8.649     |
| 22        | Philip Sullivan      | 8.647     |
| 23        | Trenidad Prieto      | 8.635     |
| 24        | Abdul Thomas         | 8.624     |
| 25        | Julio Johnson        | 8.614     |
| 26        | Willie Bacsik        | 8.584     |
| 27        | Dustin Scott         | 8.565     |
| 28        | P.T. Ibanez          | 8.508     |
| 29        | Johnnie Shields      | 8.493     |
| 30        | Al Ontiveros         | 8.449     |
| 31        | Ismael Maduro        | 8.434     |
| 32        | Peter Mitchell       | 8.382     |
| 33        | Denny Cooper         | 8.312     |
| 34        | Diego Santana        | 8.278     |
| 35        | Harry Pascual        | 8.259     |
| 36        | Wilfredo Tavarez     | 8.250     |
| 37        | Billy Leary          | 8.225     |
| 38        | Damaso Colome        | 8.202     |
| 39        | Adam Williams        | 8.127     |
| 40        | Don Wilson           | 8.115     |
| 41        | Orber Estrada        | 8.094     |
| 42        | Tyler Buhner         | 8.083     |
| 43        | Hayes Corino         | 8.069     |
| 44        | Rolando Pena         | 8.068     |
| 45        | Mikey Tatum          | 8.020     |
| 46        | Hector Escobar       | 7.998     |
| 47        | Russ Bulger          | 7.979     |
| 48        | Rudy Lombardi        | 7.970     |
| 49        | Doug Alexander       | 7.948     |
| 50        | Javy Mercedes        | 7.929     |
| 51        | Victor Mairena       | 7.913     |
| 52        | Mel Barfield         | 7.776     |
| 53        | Claude Long          | 7.765     |
| 54        | Ralph Daniels        | 7.763     |
| 55        | Sammy King           | 7.724     |
| 56        | Sandy Zentmeyer      | 7.692     |
| 57        | Wesley Smith         | 7.690     |
| 58        | Miguel Perez         | 7.646     |
| 59        | Chip Turner          | 7.613     |
| 60        | Shawn Neal           | 7.592     |
| 61        | Al Ordaz             | 7.533     |
| 62        | Terrence Parrish     | 7.516     |
| 63        | Louie Hayes          | 7.504     |
| 64        | Julio Iglesias       | 7.487     |
| 65        | Roosevelt Davenport  | 7.482     |
| 66        | Harry Cruz           | 7.460     |
| 67        | Michael Dransfeldt   | 7.441     |
| 68        | Lou Witt             | 7.431     |
| 69        | Tim Shipley          | 7.428     |
| 70        | Clinton Anderson     | 7.422     |
| 71        | Wally Ramirez        | 7.415     |
| 72        | Lonny Murray         | 7.409     |
| 73        | Kelvim Woodard       | 7.402     |
| 74        | Melvin Martin        | 7.401     |
| 75        | Shep Cashman         | 7.399     |
| 76        | Bud Wilkins          | 7.376     |
| 77        | Darin McClellan      | 7.374     |
| 78        | Carlos Pulido        | 7.358     |
| 79        | Rudy Hayes           | 7.354     |
| 80        | Tony Rivera          | 7.344     |
| 81        | Coco Hentgen         | 7.343     |
| 82        | Anthony Gipson       | 7.303     |
| 83        | Vladimir Cruz        | 7.302     |
| 84        | Jose Roque           | 7.293     |
| 85        | Evan Moore           | 7.285     |
| 86        | Stan Coleman         | 7.277     |
| 87        | Bruce Kent           | 7.251     |
| 88        | Juan Valentin        | 7.246     |
| 89        | Garry Harrelson      | 7.231     |
| 90        | Clyde Unroe          | 7.193     |
| 91        | Ralph Stanley        | 7.161     |
| 92        | Jorge Lima           | 7.153     |
| 93        | Alberto Sosa         | 7.148     |
| 94        | Clayton Rollins      | 7.135     |
| 95        | Carlos Medrano       | 7.133     |
| 96        | Bosco Gleason        | 7.127     |
| 97        | Daryle Young         | 7.116     |
| 98        | Gregg Coco           | 7.087     |
| 99        | Lonny Urbina         | 7.044     |
| 100       | Yamid Pinzon         | 7.032     |
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