Friday, April 3, 2009

Friday trivia fun: Top HR hitter by letter (ANSWER!)

And the answer to the trivia question:

A. Hank Aaron 755 HR
B. Barry Bonds 762 HR
C. Jose Canseco 462 HR
D. Carlos Delgado 469 HR
E. Darrell Evans 414 HR
F. Jimmie Foxx 511 HR
G. Ken Griffey Jr. 563 HR
H. Frank Howard 382 HR
I. Pete Incaviglia 206 HR
J. Reggie Jackson 563 HR
K. Harmon Killebrew 573 HR
L. Greg Luzinski 307 HR
M. Willie Mays 660 HR
N. Graig Nettles 390 HR
O. Mel Ott 511 HR
P. Rafael Palmeiro 569 HR
Q. Carlos Quintin 50 HR
R. Babe Ruth 714 HR
S. Sammy Sosa 588 HR
T. Jim Thome 541 HR
U. Chase Utley 130 HR
V. Greg Vaughn 355 HR
W. Ted Williams 521 HR
X. None
Y. Carl Yastrzemski 452 HR
Z. Todd Zeile 253 HR

Thanks for playing along! For me, Nettles surprised me the most.

6 comments:

Josh said...

Aren't Thome and Thomas over 500?

Jason @ IIATMS said...

Yes, my bad. FIXED

tHeMARksMiTh said...

Why does Barry only have 734 HR?

Marc said...

New Yankee Stadium To Include Luxury Dugout For Higher Paid Players

NEW YORK--According to a report in the New York Post, the new Yankee Stadium, in addition to boasting several exorbitantly priced luxury boxes, will also feature an upscale “luxury dugout” for the league's higher paid players. The luxury dugout will include flat screen TV’s, reclining seats, central air conditioning, and a full waitstaff.
“The team really wants to appeal to some of the higher paid players in baseball with these luxury dugouts,” said a source close to the team. “This will be a great way to raise revenue in light of the difficulty in selling the normal luxury boxes. For instance, someone like Alex Rodriguez or Mark Teixeira might opt to pay the $10,000 weekly fee for the luxury dugout, while losers like Brett Gardner can sit in the poor people’s dugout. Hey, if it’s good enough for the fans, it’s good enough for the players.”
The team is also said to be considering luxury bat racks for players who want their bats to be entertained by strippers.

Jason @ IIATMS said...

yeah, yeah, yeah.... FIXED

Sorry 'bout that. Whaddya expect, accuracy?

Josh said...

Jason,
The most amazing factoid in all your research was this:

In over 100 years of professional baseball, there has yet to be a player whose last name begins with X.

Wow.

-jorgesaysno