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Mark Belanger, 1970, American League: .218, 1 homer, 36 RBI.
Skeeter Webb, 1945, American League: .199, 0 homers, 21 RBI. (for the World Champion Detroit Tigers—he started all 7 World Series games that year.)
Ozzie Smith, 1979, National League: .211, 0 homers, 27 RBI.
Belanger started every game of the World Series for the World Champion Orioles in 1970.
My baseball trivia calendar today alerted me to the existence of Senators shortstop George McBride, who in 1914 became the first player to win the Reverse Triple Crown—finishing last in the league among qualifiers in batting average, home runs and RBIs. It does not mention, however, whether anyone has accomplished the feat since.
Davo, thanks for the reverse triple crown info. That's some accomplishment.
Mere coincidence? Friday, Valentine’s Day, was when WFAN/CBS Radio chose to deliver word that New York’s most talked about couple — John Sterling and Suzyn Waldman — will be back.
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