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One of our newer forumers offered to share some photos, but didn't have enough posts to start a new one. Babe, this thread's for you -- post away. :)
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What player has played in the most games without ever playing on a team having a losing record?
I've played for New York, Detroit and Minnesota teams. I also spent a lot of time playing in Newark and even Tennessee, and also out of this country.
I was born in Virginia a long time ago. I turned twenty in my first season of pro ball. I batted and threw right-handed.
Some have called me diminutive. I was kind of bow-legged but that didn't matter ... cause many people think I was one of the best defensive third basemen in the history baseball - in any league. I was kind of flashy out...
Probably an easy one for this crowd. I coached amateur ball for many years and always asked the players this question. No one ever got it.
Would it still be considered a perfect game if no runners reached base, however there was an error where say the first baseman drops a pop up in foul ground to extend an at bat?
Got Lou and Joe. Thanks!
The YES trivia question made me look at Lou Piniella's career statistics and he played for Baltimore and Cleveland before winning Rookie of the Year with Kansas City.
After his loss today, David Huff is 3-1. He was 3-1 in 2012 and 2013, so he has a chance at having the same record for three consecutive years. What pitchers have had the same record for the most consecutive years? I'm not making a minimum number of decisions or innings, but the record cannot be 0-0.
Justin Verlander tied for the MLB lead with 17 losses in 2008 and tied for the MLB lead with 19 wins in 2009.
In today's Yankee game, Brendan Ryan hit the ball, and the slow motion replay showed that his bat actually struck the ball twice, as the ball squirted after the first contact.
I know that no one picked it up until after it was shown in slow motion, but did the Yankees catch a break, as shouldn't such an action be ruled a foul ball, instead of the...
This afternoon Minnesota at Boston was scoreless after 9 innings with Boston having 1 hit at that point. After Minnesota homered in the tenth, David Ortiz homered to tie it and Mike Napoli homered to make it back-to-back home runs and a walk-off 2-1 win. Does anybody know another game where the last two batters hit home runs and a game where the last two batters hit home runs for their team's first runs of the game?
Ubaldo Jimenez was third in the 2010 NL Cy Young voting which is the only year he has gotten Cy Young votes. What is the highest finish in the MVP or Cy Young voting by a player who only got votes once excluding times when a player won an award in their first year appearing in the voting when players could not win an award more than once?
Tonight San Francisco and the Mets combined to make 38 outs before getting a hit.
Current Met and former Yankee Buddy Carlyle made his MLB debut in 1999. In the 16 years from 1999 to 2014, he has pitched in MLB in 8 of them, with four gaps totaling 8 years. Also notable is that he has pitched in Las Vegas as an affiliate of the Padres in 1999 and 2000, the Dodgers in 2005, and the Mets in 2014. He was on the Yankees' AAA teams in Columbus in 2004 an Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in 2011. He's pitched for 5 MLB teams and AAA teams of 8 MLB teams. He has 257 2/3 MLB innings in...
Babe Ruth…Lou Gehrig
3 and 4
Once best of friends, a “feud tore them forever apart, never to reconcile”
Was it the Babe? Was it Lou? Was it both?
Up until the estrangement, the Bambino was a frequent visitor at the Gehrig household for evening dinners when Lou’s mom was “chief cook” to the hungry Yankees…
I don't get many chances to post in this forum, so I figured that since I came across something worthy, we may as well start. I found this blog on mlb.com, and I'll post anything else here occasionally. Someone feel free to add in.
"Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth. I have been in ballparks for 17 years and have never received anything but kindness and encouragement from you fans.
Look at these grand men. Which of you wouldn't consider it the highlight of his career just to associate with them for even one day? Sure, I'm lucky. Who wouldn't consider it an honor to have known Jacob Ruppert? Also, the builder...
Before Jose Reyes tonight, who was the last player to hit a leadoff home run for his team's only run?
Two days ago, Max Scherzer pitched a shutout which was his first career complete game. On September 1, 2010 he pitched 9 innings of a game that went 10 innings. Other than him, does anybody know of a pitcher who won a Cy Young Award before pitching a complete game?
Cleveland scored 17 runs tonight and their starter pitched only 3 1/3 innings.
Mark Buehrle was an All-Star in 2006 when he finished with a 4.99 ERA. That's by far his worst season. His next worst ERA was 4.28 in 2010. In 2006 he had a 4.02 ERA before the All-Star break and a 6.44 ERA after the All-Star break. Does anybody know of another player who was an All-Star in his worst season?
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