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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Roquefort Robert » Tue Apr 09, 2013 1:36 pm

Vernon Wells?
By using the El Dorado Atmospheric and Oceanic temperatures thermal map. I caculated the contrary direction where the polar jet stream is going and it didn't look pretty.
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:33 pm

Roquefort Robert wrote:Vernon Wells?


No. Wells is at 1,703.

Since we're on a new page, I'll repost the list so far.

1. Derek Jeter; 3,304 (1995 debut)
2. Alex Rodriguez; 2,901 (1994)
3. Ichiro Suzuki; 2,608 (2001)
4. Todd Helton; 2,422 (1997)
5.
6. Albert Pujols; 2,250 (2001)
7. Michael Young; 2,237 (2000)
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Doctor Detroit » Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:34 pm

Placido "The Head" Polanco

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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:36 pm

Doctor Detroit wrote:Placido "The Head" Polanco

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1. Derek Jeter; 3,304 (1995 debut)
2. Alex Rodriguez; 2,901 (1994)
3. Ichiro Suzuki; 2,608 (2001)
4. Todd Helton; 2,422 (1997)
5.
6. Albert Pujols; 2,250 (2001)
7. Michael Young; 2,237 (2000)
8.
9.
10.
11. Placido Polanco; 2,050 (1998)
12.
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Roquefort Robert » Tue Apr 09, 2013 8:38 pm

Mark Teixeira?
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby D-Day » Tue Apr 09, 2013 8:59 pm

Brandon Phillips
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:52 pm

No to Teixeira (1,580) and Phillips (1,260).
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:57 pm

For the record, a three-hit effort got Torii got to 2,000 hits today.
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Doctor Detroit » Tue Apr 09, 2013 11:12 pm

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Mulligan wrote:For the record, a three-hit effort got Torii got to 2,000 hits today.


Torii and Austin are doing awesome.

I know it's too early for stats, but oh well.

Austin Jackson OBP: .483
Torii Hunter OBP: .393
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Wed Apr 10, 2013 10:12 am

I've added clues -- position and where they've spent their career.

Mulligan wrote:1. Derek Jeter; 3,304 (1995 debut)
2. Alex Rodriguez; 2,901 (1994)
3. Ichiro Suzuki; 2,608 (2001)
4. Todd Helton; 2,422 (1997)
5. MIDDLE INFIELDER (mostly AL, currently AL)
6. Albert Pujols; 2,250 (2001)
7. Michael Young; 2,237 (2000)
8. CORNER INFIELDER (both leagues, currently AL)
9. CORNER INFIELDER/DH (mostly AL, currently AL Central)
10. OUTFIELDER (mostly NL, currently NL)
11. Placido Polanco; 2,050 (1998)
12. MIDDLE INFIELDER (all NL)
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Thu Apr 11, 2013 11:52 am

Looks like the quiz has died. The full list:

1. Derek Jeter; 3,304 (1995 debut)
2. Alex Rodriguez; 2,901 (1994)
3. Ichiro Suzuki; 2,608 (2001)
4. Todd Helton; 2,422 (1997)
5. Miguel Tejada; 2,364 (1997)
6. Albert Pujols; 2,250 (2001)
7. Michael Young; 2,237 (2000)
8. Adrian Beltre; 2,232 (1998)
9. Paul Konerko; 2,185 (1997)
10. Juan Pierre; 2,147 (2000)
11. Placido Polanco; 2,050 (1998)
12. Jimmy Rollins; 2,032 (2000)
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Roquefort Robert » Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:59 pm

Mulligan wrote:Looks like the quiz has died. The full list:

1. Derek Jeter; 3,304 (1995 debut)
2. Alex Rodriguez; 2,901 (1994)
3. Ichiro Suzuki; 2,608 (2001)
4. Todd Helton; 2,422 (1997)
5. Miguel Tejada; 2,364 (1997)
6. Albert Pujols; 2,250 (2001)
7. Michael Young; 2,237 (2000)
8. Adrian Beltre; 2,232 (1998)
9. Paul Konerko; 2,185 (1997)
10. Juan Pierre; 2,147 (2000)
11. Placido Polanco; 2,050 (1998)
12. Jimmy Rollins; 2,032 (2000)


I'm calling bullshit. While there are a number of guys who are "active" in that they are not officially retired, but what about Carlos Beltran?
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Mulligan » Thu Apr 11, 2013 10:08 pm

Roquefort Robert wrote:
Mulligan wrote:Looks like the quiz has died. The full list:

1. Derek Jeter; 3,304 (1995 debut)
2. Alex Rodriguez; 2,901 (1994)
3. Ichiro Suzuki; 2,608 (2001)
4. Todd Helton; 2,422 (1997)
5. Miguel Tejada; 2,364 (1997)
6. Albert Pujols; 2,250 (2001)
7. Michael Young; 2,237 (2000)
8. Adrian Beltre; 2,232 (1998)
9. Paul Konerko; 2,185 (1997)
10. Juan Pierre; 2,147 (2000)
11. Placido Polanco; 2,050 (1998)
12. Jimmy Rollins; 2,032 (2000)


I'm calling bullshit. While there are a number of guys who are "active" in that they are not officially retired, but what about Carlos Beltran?


All the guys on the list have played in games this season (except injured Jeter and Arod, who will play when they heal). Looks like the Freep overlooked Beltran.
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Doctor Detroit » Mon Jun 10, 2013 9:11 pm

Some time ago SA asked this one, but nobody really answered, plus I think there is one more than what he was asking for:

Name six ways a player can get on first base without hitting the ball.
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Re: Chad Sexington: The Chest Thumping Stump Jumper

Postby Shark » Mon Jun 10, 2013 9:25 pm

Doctor Detroit wrote:Some time ago SA asked this one, but nobody really answered, plus I think there is one more than what he was asking for:

Name six ways a player can get on first base without hitting the ball.


I used to have season tickets next to a guy who asked me and my friend this puzzler a couple times a year.

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