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Can you identify the fifty Cubs with the most hits that extended the Cubs' No-Hit Streak?

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On September 9, 1965, a little-known lefty named Sandy Koufax took advantage of a generous strike zone to throw a no-hitter (a perfect game, actually) against the Chicago Cubs. The next day, the San Francisco Giants asked Ron Herbel to repeat Koufax's feat. He failed, as would every pitcher who would attempt to no-hit the Cubs over a span of 7,920 games. The Streak was by far the longest no-no-hit streak for any team in baseball history. Your task: name the 50 Cubs with the most streak-extending hits in the half-century that the Streak survived.
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Rank- #NameClue
#1- 413Hall-of-Fame inductee; 1984 NL MVP; most extenders in the 1980's
#2- 328Most extenders in the 1970's; managed the White Sox on Disco Demolition Night
#3- 276Most extenders in the 1990's; hit .647 with an 1.118 SLG in the 1989 NLCS
#4- 2391998 NL MVP; all-time MLB home run leader among players born outside the U.S.
#5- 238Toughest NL batter to strike out in 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, and 1972
#6- 230Hall-of-Fame inductee; 1961 NL RoY; first player to ever extend the Streak
#7- 1701980 NL batting champ; had grand slam and 7 total RBIs in the 23-22 game
#8- 161Traded to Cubs for man with 129 extenders; traded by Cubs for man with 413 extenders
#9- 1532004 All-Star MVP for the AL before hopping to the NL in 2006 and the Cubs in 2007
#10- 144Most extenders in the 2010's; drove in a record 6 runs in MLB debut
#11- 139Most extenders in the 2000's; 2005 NL batting champ
#12- 131329 SB in 18-year career; alleged by Mike Royko to have missed time due to eyelid being stuck shut
#13- 129Two-time All Star; known for famous 'steal' on April 25, 1976
#14- 120Three-time All Star; hit the only postseason grand slam in Cubs' history
#15- 111Hall-of-Fame inductee; won five straight Gold Gloves beginning in 1964
#16- 106Played in college for LSU where he broke up a no-hitter being pitched by USC's Mark Prior
#17- 104Two-time All Star; #1 overall pick in 1982 amateur draft
#18- 101Two-time All Star; played first base when Ferris Bueller visited Wrigley Field on his Day Off
#19- 97Managed by his father when both were with Kansas City
#20- 95Led off the 1st with a homer in Game One of the 1984 NLCS
#21- 94Hall-of-Fame inductee; 1977 NL RoY; 1987 NL MVP
#22- 87Tallied 86 more extenders than his younger brother
#23- 841996 NL All-Star; 1996 NL stolen base champ
#24- 762006 Central League MVP with the Chunichi Dragons
#25- 741989 NL RoY; had a 30-game hit streak
#26- 721977 All Star; traded to Cubs for man with 238 extenders
Rank- #NameClue
#27T- 63Played in three College World Series with Texas; played 100+ MLB games at five positions (LF, RF, 1B, 3B, C)
#27T- 63Last man to ever extend the Streak; played for Italy in the World Baseball Classic
#29- 57Hall-of-Fame inductee; hit 131 of his 512 home runs in doubleheaders
#30- 551995 All-Star; 1988 Olympic gold medalist
#31- 54Finished second in 1989 NL RoY balloting
#32- 53Tallied 53 extenders in just 232 games with the Cubs before being traded to Washington for cash
#33- 51NL batting champ in 1975, 1976, 1981, and 1983
#34T- 501970 All Star and NL Comeback Player of the Year
#34T- 50Four-time All Star; won Gold Gloves in 1979, 1981, and 1982
#36- 48Debuted with Cubs in 1991; played with eight other MLB teams before retiring as a Yankee in 2005
#37- 47Homered twice in 1984 NLCS; won Gold Glove in 1986
#38T- 46Had a father, two uncles, and a cousin who all failed to extend the Streak
#38T- 461996 All-Star; only player to ever have lead both leagues in hits
#38T- 46614 career steals; 18 career home runs
#41- 45One of two extenders to father an extender
#42- 44Hit walkoff single to win Game One of the 2000 World Series
#43- 431993 College World Series Most Outstanding Player
#44- 42Played for Cubs from 1976 through 1980; retired with 12th most career pinch-hits in MLB
#45- 41Set modern record with a 20-pitch at bat against Bartolo Colon
#46T- 40Tied MLB record for consecutive errorless games at second base with 141
#46T- 40Hailed from Bethania, Panama; homered in three consecutive at-bats at Wrigley on June 11, 1967
#48- 38One of two extenders to father an extender
#49T- 37Earned engineering degree from Penn; tripled in his only 2003 NLCS PA
#49T- 37Three-time All Star; 442 career home runs
#49T- 37Drafted by Cubs with the #9 pick in the 1986 amateur draft; member of Delaware sports HoF along with his ex-MLB father

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