Thursday, November 28, 2013

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART XXVI




HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!

Time for this week's trivia questions. Answers will be posted tomorrow down below:


1. Who posted the fewest at-bats on his way to a batting championship during the decade?

2. Who scored the fewest runs during a batting championship season?

3. What batting champ had the fewest amount of hits during his league-topping season?

4. What batting champ had the fewest extra-base hits during the 70's?

5. Who was the only batting champ during the 1970's to whiff over 100 times in the same season as his batting win?

***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1. Rico Carty, Atlanta Braves, 1970. 478 at-bats.

2. Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins. 1972. 61 runs.
 
3. Tony Oliva, Minnesota Twins. 1971. 164 hits.
 
4. Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins. 1972. Only 27 EBH: 21 doubles, 6 triples and 0 Home runs.

5. Dave Parker, Pittsburgh Pirates. 1977. 102 K's.

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