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The Random Stat thread....
#61
In honor of Pujols hitting #600;

When Albert Pujols made his MLB debut Mike Trout was 9 years old. The first time Pujols had a below avg season (by WAR) Trout was batting 2 spots ahead of Pujols.
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#62
(2017-06-04, 01:35 PM)Pouzar Wrote: 7 gram slams hit in the Major Leagues last year - that seems like a high number to me.


quite the opposite...

seems very very low.
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#63
(2017-06-05, 09:25 AM)Chris D Wrote:
(2017-06-04, 01:35 PM)Pouzar Wrote: 7 gram slams hit in the Major Leagues last year - that seems like a high number to me.


quite the opposite...

seems very very low.

Can't have only been 7 grand slams last year... no way thats right.  Must be some context we're missing. I didn't find last years numbers yet, but for example in 2013, there were 58 in the AL and 37 in the NL
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(2017-06-05, 09:55 AM)RyeRocks Wrote:
(2017-06-05, 09:25 AM)Chris D Wrote:
(2017-06-04, 01:35 PM)Pouzar Wrote: 7 gram slams hit in the Major Leagues last year - that seems like a high number to me.


quite the opposite...

seems very very low.

Can't have only been 7 grand slams last year... no way thats right.  Must be some context we're missing.  I didn't find last years numbers yet, but for example in 2013, there were 58 in the AL and 37 in the NL

maybe a typo, and it was 70?
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#65
Even 70 would be low. I'm pretty sure on avg it around 100 per year.

Needless to say, 7 would be low lol
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(2017-06-05, 09:25 AM)Chris D Wrote:
(2017-06-04, 01:35 PM)Pouzar Wrote: 7 gram slams hit in the Major Leagues last year - that seems like a high number to me.


quite the opposite...

seems very very low.

Sorry, what that mean to say was 7 grand slams hit that day in the Majors.

Yes, as it turns out, it was quite high - a record:

http://m.mlb.com/news/article/234270104/...n-one-day/
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#67
FYI Don Mattingly hit 6 grand slams in 1987 to set the MLB single season record. Oddly enough he never hit a grand slam before or after 1987.
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#68
ah...7 in a DAY...

makes more sense Happy
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#69
Jays are 0-32 in their last 5 games with RISP - longest such hit-less streak in franchise history.
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#70
Thats crazy considering they score 7 runs a a few games ago.
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(2017-06-05, 10:21 AM)Andrew Wrote: FYI Don Mattingly hit 6 grand slams in 1987 to set the MLB single season record. Oddly enough he never hit a grand slam before or after 1987.

Baseball is just chock full of bizarre stats like that
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#72
Still a long ways to go, but Albert Pujols is on pace for his first 100 strikeout season of his career. His career high is 93 his rookie year, he's never struck out more than 76 times any other season.
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