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TBR - IF Wilson Betimet
Following the 1980 World Series, Dennis Leonard appeared with four of his Royals teammates on Family Feud for one week in 1980. He, John Wathan, Willie Wilson, Paul Splittorff and Dan Quisenberry played against five members of the Philadelphia Phillies: Del Unser, Larry Bowa, Mike Schmidt, Dick Ruthven and Garry Maddox.
(Criteria: Since 1900. At least 3,000 plate appearances, appeared at that position in at least 50% of their career games.)
...the lengthy Leonard sweetly snoozed
Atlanta, GA. Trimming their batting lamps, the Yankees bingled safely nine times and defeated the Atlanta team, Southern league champions, to the tune of 12-3.
An example of a paradox that I still don't fully understand: that there are quite a few infielders in the majors largely for their gloves, possessing exceptional quickness and range, who are nevertheless damn slow on the bases.
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