Thursday, December 17, 2015
JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #126 (A REVISIT OF #44)
Another week, another round of 1970's trivia.
Take a stab at these questions that deal with 300 total bases in a season.
As usual I'll post the answers tomorrow.
1. Among all players with 300+ total bases in a season during the decade, what player hit the fewest homers that year?
2. Who had the lowest batting average among all 300 total bases seasons in the '70's?
3. Who had the lowest slugging percentage among 300+ total base seasons in the decade?
4. Who scored the fewest runs among the 300+ total base seasons in the '70's?
5. What player had the fewest runs batted in during a 300+ total base season?
***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW:
1. Garry Templeton, Cardinals. Nine homers in 1979.
2. Gorman Thomas, Brewers. .244 average in 1979.
3. Buddy Bell, Rangers. .451 SLG in 1979.
4. Dave Parker, Pirates. 75 runs scored in 1975.
5. Pete Rose, Reds. 52 ribbies in 1970.