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A guy named Chuck Schramm played for Fond du Lac in 1940, but he hadn’t even been born yet when this article was written.
In 1955, Ted Williams was the active HR leader with 394 (his career total following the 1955 season). Since then, the active leader has been below 400 only 1 time. Who was it?
Yeah, it's Murray. Well, Murray an Dwight Evans, tied with 379 after the 1990 season.
Which former World Series participant was the last active leader in doubles to be below 500? It happened in the ensuing years after the retirement of a 700+ doubles guy.
in fact, all three (this guy, the answer you're looking for, and Rose) were teammates at the same time.
There was guy still playing after Pete Rose's last game who had more doubles than any other active player at the time, but I don't think he's the answer you're looking for. I think the guy you're looking for was a teammate of this guy... in fact, all three (this guy, the answer you're looking for, and Rose) were teammates at the same time.
No they weren't. The answer he's looking for was never a teammate of Rose or Perez.
Rickey was the active leader in steals for 19 years. That's longer than the MLB careers of 2/3 of the players in the HOF.
Active leader, not career leader.
Becoming the career leader in a category with 12 years left to play in your career is still mighty impressive.
why isn't Harry Stovey in the HOF?
Ron LeFlore was a career .2878 hitter and convicted of armed robbery. So, y’know…
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