Thursday, August 28, 2014

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #65



Thursday trivia time again.
This week let's look at teams at the bottom of some offensive stats during the 1970's.
PLEASE NOTE: For questions #3-#5 we'll exclude the 1972 season since it wasn't a FULL season.
Answers posted tomorrow!
  1. What team hit the fewest home runs in a season during the 1970's? 
  2. What team posted the lowest batting average in a season during the decade?
  3. What team scored the fewest runs in a season during the '70's?
  4. What team stole the fewest bases in a season during the decade?
  5. What team hit the fewest extra-base-hits in a season during the 1970's?
 ***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1. 
The Houston Astros of 1979. They hit only 49 homers all seasons!.

2.
The 1972 Texas Rangers. They hit a miserable .217 as a team!

3.
The 1971 Padres scored only 486 runs that year! But note: the 1972 Angels scored only 454 runs during the shortened season.

4.
The 1973 Pirates stole only 23 bases all year. Please note: the 1972 Tigers stole only 17 bases during the shortened season.
5. The 1976 Braves hit only 282 EBH as a team that year. Please note: the 1972 Rangers had only 239 during the shortened season.     

1 comment:

  1. The 72 Rangers had to play in those awful airbrushed caps lol.

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