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Not a Yankee fan so, I feel like this isn't right, and in the purely lucky event it is right: SJL may resume the "Alex Trebek" role. I count 16 numbers (#8 By two different Yankees) 17 People

 

 

#1 Billy Martin

 

#3 Babe Ruth

 

#4 Lou Gehrig

 

#5 Joe DiMaggio

 

#7 Mickey Mantle

 

#8 Bill Dickey / #8 Yogi Berra

 

#9 Roger Maris

 

#10 Phil Rizzuto

 

#15 Thurman Munson

 

#16 Whitey Ford

 

#23 Don Mattingly

 

#32 Elston Howard

 

#37 Casey Stengal

 

#42 Jackie Robinson (all of MLB)

 

#44 Reggie Jackson

 

#49 Ron Guidry

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That is correct. But it looks like are contestant, Mr. Camuchs, seems to have lost his voice so I will ask the next question.

 

Who ranks second on the All-Time Strikeouts list (pitchers not hitters) and how many does he have ??

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The guy has 4843 strikeouts to rank 2nd on the All-Time list and now has 300 Wins as of today. Congratulations to Mr. Randall David Johnson on his performance today and throughout his entire career.

 

Johnson now has 4091 1/3 Innings Pitched and 4843 Strikeouts.

 

Ryan has 5386 innings pitched and 5714 Strikeouts.

 

Crank, if you want to ask the next question be my guest, sir.

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What is the lowest batting average to ever help win a triple crown?

 

Who was it?

 

Frank Robinson hit .316 in 1966 for Baltimore.

 

NEXT QUIZ...........................Who had the next lowest BA in winning the Triple Crown ?

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Kevin Mitchell in '89 and Willie Howard Mays in 1965.

 

Next Quiz........................Which one of the 300 Game Winners has the fewest losses in his career and which one had the most losses during his career ??

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Kevin Mitchell in '89 and Willie Howard Mays in 1965.

 

Next Quiz........................Which one of the 300 Game Winners has the fewest losses in his career and which one had the most losses during his career ??

 

CY Young has the most losses

Lefty Grove with 141 has the least?

 

Name every Major League team to have never had a MVP winner

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You don't recognize the name "Willie Mays" in your world :thumbsup: . One of the greatest players in history needs to be on your front page of things you need to know about in baseball history.

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I'm aware of Willie Mays, you just missed 2000 Jeff Kent :)

 

 

Franchises without an MVP winner include Tampa Bay, Arizona, Florida, Washington Nats and the New York Mets.

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correct sir, keep it going

 

Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays were two of the greatest players in history and had careers that started out together in 1951 in New York city .

 

In what 3 seasons did they each lead the league in the same category (both led their respective leagues in the same offensive category) ??

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Ted Williams

 

Of People with 300 steals, who has the 3rd most career home runs?

 

Barry Bonds is first

Willie Mays is second

 

 

How many questions do we have going here? I’ll answer the one Crank asked.

 

Bobby Bonds

 

 

 

Next Quiz: Name the player that hit 62 homers in one season playing for a class “D” Tyler [East Texas League] then rose [no pun intended] to the National League on the strength of that performance and lasted only 11 games.

 

 

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How many questions do we have going here? I’ll answer the one Crank asked.

 

Bobby Bonds

 

 

 

Next Quiz: Name the player that hit 62 homers in one season playing for a class “D” Tyler [East Texas League] then rose [no pun intended] to the National League on the strength of that performance and lasted only 11 games.

 

Moose Clabaugh had one hit in fourteen at-bats for an .071 BA in 1926 for Brooklyn.

 

NEXT QUIZ............................ARod and Junior Griffey homered in the same game last night to become "the 2nd set of players" to have at least 550 career homers and homer in the same game. Who where the two who did it first in MLB history ?

 

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Moose Clabaugh had one hit in fourteen at-bats for an .071 BA in 1926 for Brooklyn.

 

NEXT QUIZ............................ARod and Junior Griffey homered in the same game last night to become "the 2nd set of players" to have at least 550 career homers and homer in the same game. Who where the two who did it first in MLB history ?

 

 

Wild guess = Sammy Sosa and Mark McGuire

 

v I said it was a wild guess :rolleyes:

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