by Keith Glab, BaseballEvolution.com
June 30, 2007
With our 2007 Player Rankings coming out soon, Keith has
been poring over a lot of stats. In the process, he has compiled a quiz
concerning many of the candidates for our lists, particularly among the Top 100
1. Which of the following players has the highest
career slugging percentage?
A) Rogers Hornsby B) Stan Musial C) Mickey Mantle D) Sammy
Sosa E) Hank Aaron
2. Name an outfielder with more errors than
assists for his outfield career.
A) Roberto Clemente B) Reggie Jackson C) Ted Williams D)
Robin Yount E) Joe DiMaggio
3. Which of the following lists depicts a
correct ranking of career SB% from highest to lowest?
A) Larry Walker, Albert Belle, Gary Sheffield B) Jimmy
Wynn, Tony Gwynn, Mike Schmidt C) Craig Biggio, Paul Molitor, Robin Yount D)
Roberto Alomar, Derek Jeter, Hank Aaron
4. Who among these pitchers has a road ERA under 3.00?
A) Tom Seaver B) Sandy Koufax C) Randy Johnson D) Roger
Clemens E) Greg Maddux
5. Choose the shortstop with the most times having led
his league in fielding percentage:
A) Joe Cronin B) Lou Boudreau C) Barry Larkin C) Luke
Appling E) Honus Wagner
6. Which of the following pitchers has the lowest
career Run Average (as opposed to Earned Run Average)?
A) Bob Gibson B) Jim Palmer C) Rube Waddell D) Roger
Clemens E) Hoyt Wilhelm
7. Pick the player with the fewest double plays per
A) Rickey Henderson B) Tim Raines C) Reggie Jackson D)
Eddie Mathews E) Willie Mays
8. Among these listed second basemen, which has the
Fielding Win Shares?
A) Ryne Sandberg B) Frankie Frisch C) Charlie Gehringer D)
Nap Lajoie E) Joe Morgan
9. Which of the following players has appeared in the
most games at catcher?
Gabby Hartnett B) Bill Dickey C) Yogi Berra D) Johnny Bench E) Mike
10. Walter Johnson finished his career with 90
Wins Above Team while Cy Young
finished with 99.7. Who are the only other post-1900 pitchers to have over 65
A) Christy Mathewson and Lefty Grove B) Warren Spahn and
Steve Carlton C) Roger Clemens and Pete Alexander D) Greg Maddux and Tom Seaver
E) Bob Feller and Carl Hubbell
Check your answers
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