I am in the process of adding regular season award data into the Player Cards and came across 1925 Rogers Hornsby used in ATB 11:
.344 / .391 / .579, .970 OPS, 26 2B, 4 3B, 27 HR, 104 RBI
1924 is the de facto year selection for the second basemen, and ATB 11 was the one and only time an owner strayed off the path of collective wisdom for a gamble.
It paid off. So much so that his .970 OPS is about 100 points better than any of his 1924 seasons on record.
The genius behind it all? Scott Salley, who played ATB 11 and was never heard from again.