Thursday, October 15, 2015

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #117 (A REVISIT OF #35)




Once again we find ourselves staring down some trivia questions on a Thursday…
I wanted to revisit a set I originally posted back in January of 2014.
This one focused on at-bat leaders during the 1970's.
See how many you can get.
Answers tomorrow!

1. Among all at-bat leaders during the decade, who had the fewest amount of hits that season??

2. Of all at-bat leaders in the '70's, who had the most hits that season?

3. What player had the least runs scored in a season where he lead his league in at-bats?

4. What player struck out the fewest in a season they lead their league in at-bats?

5. What player drove in the least runs during his at-bat leading season?




***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1. Bert Campaneris, A's. 150 hits on 625 at-bats.

2. Pete Rose, Reds. 230 hits on 680 at-bats.

3. Larry Bowa, Phillies. 74 runs scored on 650 at-bats in 1971.

4. Dave Cash, Phillies. Only 13 K's in 666 at-bats!

5. Larry Bowa, Phillies. 25 R.B.I.'s in 650 at-bats.

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