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Baseball Digest

May/June 2019

The Oldest and Longest-Running Baseball Magazine in the United States

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first pitch

The movie version of Lou Gehrig’s farewell address—as Richard Sandomir writes in “Phantom Farewell” in this issue (page 42)—indeed may have played a role in the speech’s rise to iconic status. But not even Hollywood could have scripted the real-life transformation of Gary Cooper’s co-star in the film, Teresa Wright. It would take the New York Yankees to do that. As Teresa sat among 70 Oscar winners on the stage at the Academy Awards ceremonies in Los Angeles on March 23, 1998, baseball was the furthest thing from her mind. Then 79, the actress, who won the Oscar for best supporting actress in Mrs. Miniver in 1942 and was nominated for her portrayal of Eleanor Gehrig in The Pride of the Yankees the same year, was taking part in an emotional climax…

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baseball digest

Publisher Norman Jacobs Associate Publisher David Fagley Editor in Chief Rick Cerrone Editor Thom Henninger Production and Business Manager Dale Jacobs Circulation Manager Richard Kent Advertising Sales Irene Froehlich Data Administrator Murray Jacobs Archive Manager Corey Conzett Statistics Consultant Bill Deane Copy Editor Dean Spiros Business & Editorial Office 1800 Nations Drive, Suite 117, Gurnee, IL 60031-9171 (847) 491-6440 Customer service: cs@baseballdigest.com Editorial: editorial@baseballdigest.com Creative Agency RobertGraphics Inc. Newsstand Distribution Curtis Circulation Department Subscription Department New, Gift, Renewal, or Change of Address: P.O. Box 433074, Palm Coast, FL 32143-3074…

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the fans speak out

THE GAME’S MOST CONSISTENT .300 HITTERS I love studying baseball statistics of all kinds, especially for pitchers, but recently I focused on the batting averages of some of the game's greats. I noticed that no player I researched ever went through an entire career hitting at least .300 every season. Some came close, missing it by a single year. For example, Ted Williams, in a 19-year career, hit only .254 in 1959 in 272 at-bats. Ty Cobb hit .240 in only 150 at-bats during his first season in his 24-year career, and the best I came across, Tony Gwynn hit .289 in 190 at-bats in the first of his 20 campaigns. Has anyone with an extensive career ever hit at least .300 every season? Alan J. Greenhalgh Kingston, NY What constitutes a substantial career…

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no-hitters

SCORING 10 of 10 • Hall of Famer 8 or 9 • MVP 6 or 7 • All-Star 5 or less•Rookie 1 In modern major-league history, 12 combined no-hitters have been pitched. Of the 41 different pitchers who have participated in a combined no-hit game, only two are Hall of Famers. Name them. 2 Cincinnati Reds pitcher Jim Maloney set a record when he walked 10 batters in a 10-inning no-hitter against the Chicago Cubs on Aug. 19, 1965. Who holds the record for the most walks in a nineinning no-hitter? 3 Since 1900, four no-hitters have been thrown on the final day of the regular season. Name the only pitcher to throw a no-hitter on the last day who also was the losing pitcher in one of the other final-day no-hitters. 4 Hall of Famer…

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q&a with mike trout

BASEBALL DIGEST: Thanks to the Elias Sports Bureau, Baseball Digest has learned that you are the first player in the history of the MVP Award to finish in the top four in the voting in each of your first seven seasons. What does that mean to you? TROUT: That means a lot. Obviously, you’re doing something right. And the hard work is paying off. I come in and try to be the best player I can be, try to be the best player on the field at all times. That’s my mindset and obviously there's a lot of fire in this game and you just have to stay positive. A lot of guys get down on themselves quickly. It’s a long season, and for me it’s just staying positive and putting…

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cool brew

Part of being named the National League’s Most Valuable Player is doing the compulsory stuff that comes along with it—the countless interviews and appearances, the smiles, handshakes and autographs. Not that any of that has ever been a problem for Christian Yelich, a true California kid who’s as down to earth and approachable a star as there is in the major leagues these days. Truth be told, it was the non-baseball requests that caught Yelich by surprise in the weeks and months that followed his breakout 2018 season. Fun stuff that he probably never would have been asked to do had he not put together one of the most impressive second halves in recent memory and gone on to earn the fourth MVP trophy in Milwaukee Brewers annals. Like guest-starring as himself in…

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