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    I was pondering today . . . I wonder what the record is for consecutive at bats with an RBI. A player can get an RBI with a single, double, triple, HR, walk, FC etc. How many times has a player came to bat and produced at least 1 RBI? Not even sure where to research that?
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    Originally posted by DiggerODell View Post
    I was pondering today . . . I wonder what the record is for consecutive at bats with an RBI. A player can get an RBI with a single, double, triple, HR, walk, FC etc. How many times has a player came to bat and produced at least 1 RBI? Not even sure where to research that?
    I wonder if any of the 4 homer in a game hitters are some where on that list. We know they had 4 consecutive a bats with an RBI.
    What took place before and after. Don't know of any source has that record.
    For sure, I would think Elias Sports Bureau probably as that stat.
    Last edited by SHOELESSJOE3; 07-29-2012, 06:25 AM.

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      Originally posted by DiggerODell View Post
      I was pondering today . . . I wonder what the record is for consecutive at bats with an RBI. A player can get an RBI with a single, double, triple, HR, walk, FC etc. How many times has a player came to bat and produced at least 1 RBI? Not even sure where to research that?
      According to Wikipedia: 17 games (not at bats) - Ray Grimes, Chicago Cubs - June 27 through July 23, 1922. In 1922, Grimes set a major-league mark with at least one RBI over 17 consecutive games. He finished with 99 RBI, 99 runs, 45 doubles, 12 triples, 14 home runs, and hit .354, ending second in the National League batting title behind Rogers Hornsby (.401). There is no record of consecutive plate appearances with an RBI, that I can find.
      Last edited by DownUnderDodger; 07-28-2012, 10:01 PM.
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