Thursday, May 1, 2014

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




It's Thursday, so that must mean it's trivia time once again…

This week we again look at the decade's seasonal home run champs of the '70's.
See which ones you can get.
As usual the answers will be posted here tomorrow…
1. Of all homer champs during the decade, who posted the lowest slugging percentage that season?

2. Who hit the fewest extra base hits in a season they lead the league in homers?

3. Who posted the lowest on-base-pct in a homer leading year?

4. Who had the fewest walks in a year they lead the league in homers?

5. Among all home run champs in the '70's, who posted the fewest at-bats in their leading season?

***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1.  Graig Nettles, Yankees. .475 in 1976.

2. Bob Melton, White Sox. 53 EBH's in 1971.
 
3. Graig Nettles, Yankees. .327 in 1976.
 
4. Dave Kingman, Cubs. 45 in 1979.

5. Dick Allen, White Sox. 462 AB's in 1974.

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