Thursday, November 5, 2015

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #120 (A REVISIT OF #38)




Hello again everyone. Time for Thursday trivia.
This week I focus on all players that had 100 or more walks in a season during the 1970's.
See how many you can get.
Answers will be posted tomorrow.

1. Among all 100+ walk seasons in the '70's, who posted the lowest batting average that season?

2. Of all 100+ walk seasons during the decade, who had the fewest hits?

3. Who posted the lowest On Base Percentage during a 100+ walk season in the '70's?

4. Who scored the fewest runs in a season where they walked 100+ times in the 1970's?

5. Who hit the fewest home runs in a 100+ walk year during the decade?


***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 

1. Jimmy Wynn, Braves. A .207 average in 1976.

2. Gene Tenace, Padres. Only 90 hits in a year with 100+ walks, 1978.

3. Dick McAuliffe, Tigers. A .358 OBP in 1970.

4. Willie McCovey, Giants. 52 runs scored in 1973.

5. Pete Rose, Reds. He hit 3 homers in 1974. 

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