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  1. #26
    Did he record more than 2500 hits?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
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    Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher?

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  3. #28
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16.

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    Was he primarily an outfielder?

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  5. #30
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15.

  6. #31
    Did he play in the 19'th century?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

  7. #32
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15. Did he play in the 19'th century? NO
    14.

  8. #33
    Did he retire before 1950?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

  9. #34
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15. Did he play in the 19'th century? NO
    14. Did he retire before 1950? YES
    13.

  10. #35
    Did he record more than 2000 hits?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

  11. #36
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15. Did he play in the 19'th century? NO
    14. Did he retire before 1950? YES
    13. Did he record more than 2000 hits? YES
    12.

  12. #37
    Did he ever play for a MLB team located in Pennsylvania?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

  13. #38
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15. Did he play in the 19'th century? NO
    14. Did he retire before 1950? YES
    13. Did he record more than 2000 hits? YES
    12. Did he ever play for a MLB team located in Pennsylvania? YES
    11.

  14. #39
    Is the letter K in his first or last name?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

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    Got called away, but
    Medwick, LWaner, Roush, Cuyler, Duffy, Kelley, Hamilton or Klein
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  16. #41
    The K question should give it away. I believe I have it down to Waner, Cuyler, or Klein.
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

  17. #42
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15. Did he play in the 19'th century? NO
    14. Did he retire before 1950? YES
    13. Did he record more than 2000 hits? YES
    12. Did he ever play for a MLB team located in Pennsylvania? YES
    11. Is the letter K in his first or last name? YES
    10.

  18. #43
    Is it Kiki Cuyler? If not is it Chuck Klein?
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

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    Did he ever play in New York.(Yankees, Dodgers, Giants)

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    Quote Originally Posted by soberdennis View Post
    Did he ever play in New York.(Yankees, Dodgers, Giants)
    Scratch that. Though for Cuyler it is yes, Klein no. We basically already have it guessed. But please one question at a time. It is not fair to others to ask two in one post.

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  21. #46
    I'm thinking of a HOF player. You have 20 questions. Go.

    20. Was he primarily a picher? NO
    19. Did he play primarily in the AL? NO
    18. Did he record more than 2500 hits? NO
    17. Was he primarily an infielder, not a catcher? NO
    16. Was he primarily an outfielder? YES
    15. Did he play in the 19'th century? NO
    14. Did he retire before 1950? YES
    13. Did he record more than 2000 hits? YES
    12. Did he ever play for a MLB team located in Pennsylvania? YES
    11. Is the letter K in his first or last name? YES
    10. Is it Kiki Cuyler? NO
    9. Is it Chuck Klein? YES!!!!!!!

    Check out Chuck's 5-yr run from 1929-1933:
    759 Games, 3114 ABs
    .359/.414/.636 160 OPS+
    Averaged: 46 doubles, 9 triples, 36 homers (91 xb hits!!) and 10 SBs per year.
    Averaged 139 RBIs and 132 Runs per year playing on lousy teams.
    Also amassed 125 outfield assists, including mlb record 44 in 1930.

    Cbenson5 is up to bat...
    Last edited by truman; 08-27-2007 at 11:12 AM.

  22. #47
    I've got one. Fire away!
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

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    Primarily a position player? (scratch one of our questions)
    Mythical SF Chronicle scouting report: "That Jeff runs like a deer. Unfortunately, he also hits AND throws like one." I am Venus DeMilo - NO ARM! I can play like a big leaguer, I can field like Luzinski, run like Lombardi. The secret to managing is keeping the ones who hate you away from the undecided ones. I am a triumph of quantity over quality. I'm almost useful, every village needs an idiot.
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    Was he primarily an ALer?

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  25. #50
    1. Primarily a position player? YES
    "I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing."
    -Casey Stengel

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