Corrections, you are too funny. You're like a spell checker. You pick up all mistakes but have no sense for when they're intentional.
Of course I know very, very little about baseball. I don't follow it, never have, never played it etc. I've watched the odd game and themed movie or documentary on tv so I know the basics of the game, a little of its history and how it works but that's it. Almost everything I've written that you've seemed to take to task has been said in jest and is intentionally quite ridiculous. I believe I've made this completely obvious so your effort in 'correcting' it is very funny. If you can't tell that my bringing up Dave Nilsson's stats at one olympic games, and then randomly trying to compare that with Babe Ruth's record at the olympics (which I obviously know is both non-existent and unimportant) is in jest, then I just don't know what to say. It's just a laugh mate. Still why do you have to put a downer on the great man Dave dominating at the olympics? He stepped up at an important time. That's what good players do...or do you believe all streaks are random and basically down to luck? He actually quit MLB so he could play in that Olympic games too, so he sacrificed a lot to represent his country.
A one off match tells you literally nothing about quality in baseball.
The fact any single baseball game can be won by a vastly inferior team is what would make a one off game very exciting, don't you get that? It's the same with soccer. The bigger the game, the more pressure to perform, the more interesting to watch. What player's going to have greater glory, the one who plays well throughout a world series, or the one who plays average but pulls off the match winning play in game 7? Of course a teams quality or a player's quality is judged over their long term performance, but one off matches that mean a lot is one of the things that makes sport so compelling.
One game in baseball can be very exciting but only with context. Baseball must be played in series to have real meaning (and even then it doesn't). As far as hot streaks yes most hot streaks are randomness.