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Can you name the MLB franchise career leaders in G, AB, PA, GS, IP, and BF?
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For batters: G=games played, AB=at bats, PA=plate appearances; for pitchers: GS=games started, IP=innings pitched, BF=batters faced. Data is from 1876-2010. Franchise abbreviations are in 1st comment.
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Franchise abbreviations: ARI = Arizona Diamondbacks (1998); ATL = Boston-Milwaukee-Atlanta Braves (1876); BAL = Milwaukee Brewers-St. Louis Browns-Baltimore Orioles (1901); BOS = Boston Red Sox (1901); CHC = Chicago Cubs (1876); CHW = Chicago White Sox (1901); CIN = Cincinnati Reds (1882); CLE = Cleveland Indians (1901); COL = Colorado Rockies (1993); DET = Detroit Tigers (1901); FLA = Florida Marlins (1993); HOU = Houston Astros (1962); KCR = Kansas City Royals (1969); LAA = Los Angeles-California-Anaheim-Los Angeles Angels (1961); LAD = Brooklyn-Los Angeles Dodgers (1884); MIL = Seattle Pilots-Milwaukee Brewers (1969); MIN = Washington Senators-Minnesota Twins (1901); NYM = New York Mets (1962); NYY = Baltimore Orioles-New York Yankees (1901); OAK = Philadelphia-Kansas City-Oakland Athletics (1901); PHI = Philadelphia Phillies (1883); PIT = Pittsburgh Pirates (1882); SDP = San Diego Padres (1969); SEA = Seattle Mariners (1977); SFG = New York-San Francisco Giants (1883); STL = St. Louis Cardinals (1882); TBR = Tampa Bay Rays (1998); TEX = Washington Senators-Texas Rangers (1961); TOR = Toronto Blue Jays (1977); WSN = Montreal Expos-Washington Nationals (1969)
Aug 1st, 2011 at 10:51 GMT
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