Thursday, December 19, 2013

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



Hello once again folks. Time for the weekly trivia test.
This week I focus on M.V.P.'s of the 1970's. Give it a shot and come back tomorrow for the answers…

1. Among all M.V.P.'s in the 1970's (besides Vida Blue), who sported the lowest batting average during their award winning season?

2. What batter drove in the fewest runs during their M.V.P. season?

3. Who scored the fewest runs during their M.V.P. year?

4. Who had the lowest On Base Percentage among M.V.P.'s in the 1970's?

5. Among all M.V.P.'s of the 1970's, who hit the fewest home runs during their winning season?

***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1. Johnny Bench, Reds. .270 in 1972.

2. Pete Rose, Reds. 64 R.B.I.'s in 1973.
 
3. Willie Stargell, Pirates. 60 runs in 1979.
 
4. Thurman Munson, Yankees. .337 OBP in 1976.

5. Pete Rose, Reds. 5 homers in 1973.

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