In 2007, at the age of 40, Lofton played in 136 games, batting .296 and stealing 23 bases. Lofton and just one other player in the history of baseball have put together a season, after turning 40, of 130+ games, .290+ BA, and 20+ stolen bases. Anyone know who?
I really think Lofton is one of the most underrated talents from the '90s-'00s.
Update: Red Cardboard correctly guessed Ty Cobb. In 1927, Cobb played in 133 games, batting .357 and stealing 22 bases. A couple other guys had close seasons, such as Rickey Henderson in 1999, but didn't quite make it to those numbers.