Thursday, October 1, 2015

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #115 (A REVISIT OF #33)




Hey everyone.
Time to revisit some more 1970's trivia, this time from my trivia set first published in January of 2014.
These questions focus on pennant winning teams.
Take a look at the questions below and see what you can get. As usual I'll have the answers tomorrow.

1. Among all pennant winners, who had the lowest total for it's team leader in pitching wins?

2. Of all the pennant winning teams from 1970-79, who's home run leader had the fewest homers for the year?

3. What pennant winner's leading batter had the lowest batting average?

4. Which pennant winning team's E.R.A. leader had the highest earned run average?

5. Who lead his pennant winning team in Runs Batted In with the lowest total in the 1970's?

***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1. 1979 Pirates. John Candelaria with 14 wins.

2. 1975 Red Sox. Jim Rice with 22 Homers.
 
3. 1973 Mets. Felix Milan hit .290.
 
4. 1975 Red Sox. Bill Lee & Rick Wise both had a 3.95 E.R.A.

5. 1973 Mets. Rusty Staub drove in 76 runs.

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