Thursday, December 4, 2014

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #77




Let's go ahead and look at some high (or low) water marks in pitching categories for the 1970's.
Take a look at the questions and see how many you can answer…
Answers posted tomorrow…

  1. What season produced the most 20-game winners in the Majors during the '70's?
  2. What season saw the most 200-strikeout performances during the decade?
  3. What season saw the most sub-3.00 E.R.A.'s in the 1970's?
  4. Conversely, what year saw the least amount of sub-3.00 E.R.A.'s?
  5. Two seasons tied for lowest amount of 200-strikeout years by pitchers. Which ones were they? 

1. 1971, with 14 20-game winners..
2.
1973, with 11 pitchers topping 200 K's.
3.
1972, with an incredible 44 pitchers posting sub-3.00 earned run averages.
4. 1970, with only six pitchers under the 3.00 mark.
5. 1978 and 1979, when only five pitchers topped the mark.

1 comment:

  1. Ha, that's a great shirt! But one that should be admired from a distance.

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