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On May 1, 1991, 34 year-old Ricky Henderson set a major league record with his 939th stolen base, breaking Lou Brock's record.  In a post-game interview, he said, "I'm the greatest of all time."

That same day, 44 year-old Nolan Ryan set a major league record with his 7th no hitter.

Was Henderson right in his self-appraisal?  Had he earned the right to call himself the greatest of all time?  Should have he qualified his evaluation, saying he was the greatest base stealer of all time?

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