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Can you name the Consecutive .300 B.A. (active players)?
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top 25 names of active players who hit .300 batting average consecutively. The three team names are the last three teams the player(s) have played for.
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Consecutive .300 B.A. (active players) Quiz
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Dec 28th, 2010 at 12:31 GMT
are these supposed to be active streaks or active players? Cause Alomar and Vidro arent in the big leagues anymore...also you should accept "Ichiro".
Dec 28th, 2010 at 13:20 GMT
Alomar didn't hit 300 for the teams listed
Dec 28th, 2010 at 13:47 GMT
I love for Berkman it says 1 consecutive year.
Dec 28th, 2010 at 15:22 GMT
Very misleading wording. I realize this is your first quiz, but you need to be much more clear and fact check. "Active" implies they are active players at the time the quiz is published; Alomar & Vidro are not. "The last decade" implies 2000-2009 or 2010; Alomar only hit .300 once in the 2000's, and in the '90s he did it with Tor, Bal, & Cle, but none of the teams you listed. Pudge only hit .300 consecutively with Tex, although he did hit 300 with Det; but never Hou or Was. Sweeney only hit .300 with KC, none of the teams you listed. Similarly Vidro, Holliday, Abreu, and Sanchez never hit .300 with teams you listed. And to top it off, even disregarding his .255 BA with the Yanks and zero AB with StL, Lance Berkmann has NEVER hit .300 in consecutive seasons - NEVER.
Dec 28th, 2010 at 15:56 GMT
good idea for a quiz but really needs a lot of work to make it even decent.
Dec 28th, 2010 at 20:51 GMT
I looked at the highest lifetime batting averages amongst active players. And yes on MLB.com they do have Vidro, Sweeney, and Alomar are all listed as active players on their website go to . I picked the top 25 of active players with the highest lifetime b.a. and found the longest streak of .300 or higher...
Dec 28th, 2010 at 20:53 GMT
mlb.com search stats...then click batting average for the stat, throughout all mlb...then click active. and those schmucks are all active on the mlb website.
Apr 12th, 2011 at 23:12 GMT
Dillwill, I checked MLB.com and their stats are correct. It's possible that your search engine took you to an archived page. If you go about setting a quiz up, I recommend using MULTIPLE, RELIABLE sources. Furthermore, when searching through GOOGLE, YAHOO, etc...make sure that the page you open (from ESPN, Baseball-Reference, MLB.com, Baseball Almanac, etc) is an updated page!
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