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The answer to this question is Kaz Matsui in 2004 for the New York Mets with 125 hits. The next best are Tommy Harper of the Seattle Pilots with 126 in 1969, Deon Sanders of the Reds in 1997 with 127. And finally rounding out the top 5 are Lou Whitak
While watching a New York Mets game early this season, before one plate appearance the broadcast graphics displayed that catcher John Buck had a batting average (AVG) of . 400 and an on-base percentage (OBP) of . 396
MLB has clear rules for this circumstance. If the interference by a ball boy is intentional, the ball is declared dead, and the umpire can do whatever thinks he needs to do to nullify the interference. If it is unintentional, the ball is still alive
For Association football/soccer, see Timewasting. For the administrative decision to cease play and resume at a later time and/or day, see Delay (game). Delay of game is an action in a sports game in which a player or team deliberately stalls the gam
It appears that you don't have to declare your intentions to enter the draft. There are certain stipulations in regards to eligibility, though. For example, you can be drafted when you graduate high-school, but if you enter a four-year college, you w
Drafting has changed dramatically with the new collective bargaining agreement. There are really great reasons to pick under slot players early in the draft. First, a bit on how the draft slotting system works
Oh it's far more complicated than that. The player is eligible to come off the injury DL sometime between July 6th and July 15th. When a player is placed on the DL it's retroactive to the last day he played
Team 1 begins by going to Team 2 and offers X for Y. Team 2 counters by saying, I don't think X is as valuable as Y, so I want X and Z for Y. That would be a "two for one
Three team trades are complicated, but they are done. Here's essentially how this goes down. We'll identify three teams here, team A, team B and team C