They're the players who actually started.
HOFers Elected on First Ballot (or within 6 years after last season)
My Sporcle quota is at -1 now for the month. Go fig.
Holding a pitcher accountable for how many runs his team scores is like holding the designated hitter accountable for how many runs his team allows.
An individual statistic is meaningful only if it is based strictly on what the player does and not on what the other players on his team do.
I love Sporcle, but I'm not a very good quiz maker. I often make mistakes that make me look like an idiot or they just don't come out as well as I planned them. But I always fix them! Here are some of my better ones (which originally had no/few mistakes):
19th Century Hofers
All-time HR leaders in 1960
COnsecutive 200 strikeout seasons
HoF war veterans
HoFers never in a World Series
Active Players with most all-star elections
"This Year in Baseball"
Yearly HR leaders
"Allen Sutton Sothoron pitched his initials off today."--1920s article
I just created a new quiz. Players who hit 40+ HR exactly one time
"There has always been a saying in baseball that you can't make a hitter, but I think you can improve a hitter. More than you can improve a fielder. More mistakes are made hitting than in any other part of the game."
- Ted Williams
"I know I'm the world's worst fielder, but who gets paid for fielding? There isn't a great fielder in baseball getting the kind of dough I get paid for hitting."
- Dick Stuart