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  • 2000 Hit men on same team

    Which team's roster had the most players on it who would eventually reach the 2000 hit milestone?

  • #2
    1928 Athletics?
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    • #3
      KC Royals of 1981 had 6
      Hal McRae
      Amos Otis
      Frank White
      George Brett
      Lee May
      Willie Wilson

      1930 Philadelphia A's had players who had already reached the milestone
      Al Simmons
      Eddie Collins
      Doc Cramer
      Jimmie Foxx
      Jimmy Dykes
      Chuck Klein - bad - he was only with Phillies
      too short of a career: Mickey Cochrane 1,650+
      Last edited by Honus Wagner; 07-20-2006, 10:53 AM.

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      • #4
        I know the Reds had 6 several times: Rose, Bench, Concepcion, Morgan, Perez, McRae/Griffey

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        • #5
          "2000 Hit men on same team"

          The Mafioso.

          Bob

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Honus Wagner
            1930 Philadelphia A's had players who had already reached the milestone
            Al Simmons
            Eddie Collins
            Doc Cramer
            Jimmie Foxx
            Jimmy Dykes
            Chuck Klein
            too short of a career: Mickey Cochrane 1,650+
            If you go back just two years, the A's of 1928 had six players who would end with 2000+ hits ---- three of which (Cobb, Speaker, Collins) ALREADY had passed the 3000-hit mark by 1928.

            Al Simmons
            Ty cobb
            Eddie Collins
            Tris Speaker
            Jimmy Dykes
            Jimmie Foxx

            I did some research on this a while back and Speaker, Cobb, and Collins appeared in several games together but never all got hits in the same game.
            Author of Big League Trivia - Facts, Figures, Oddities and Coincidences from our National Pastime.
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            • #7
              so a few teams with 6?
              '28 A's (if you count players already @ 2,000+)
              '71 and '72 reds (rose ends '72 @ 1,922) *** 6 players on roster who will eventually reach 2,000 hits
              '73 reds (rose surpasses 2,000 hits during year)
              '81 royals (may ends year with 2,003 hits)

              71 reds:
              bench
              concepcion
              lee may
              hal mcrae
              rose
              perez

              72 reds:
              morgan
              perez
              concepcion
              rose
              mcrae
              bench

              73 reds:
              replace mcrae with griffey
              ** foster was close with 1,925 hits
              Last edited by Honus Wagner; 07-20-2006, 11:18 AM.

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              • #8
                Here are some that had 7:

                1996 ORIOLES
                Eddie Murray 3255
                Cal Ripken 3184
                Rafael Palmeiro 3020
                Roberto Alomar 2724
                BJ Surhoff 2248
                Bobby Bonilla 2010
                Todd Zeile 2004

                1985/86 REDS
                Pete Rose 4256
                Tony Perez 2732
                Dave Parker 2712
                Buddy Bell 2514
                Barry Larkin (86) 2340
                Dave Concepcion 2326
                Paul O'Neill 2105
                Cesar Cedeno (85) 2087

                1983 YANKEES
                Dave Winfield 3110
                Bert Campaneris 2249
                Graig Nettles 2225
                Willie Randolph 2210
                Don Mattingly 2153
                Ken Griffey 2143
                Don Baylor 2135

                1973 RED SOX
                Carl Yastrzemski 3419
                Luis Aparicio 2677
                Dwight Evans 2446
                Carlton Fisk 2356
                Orlando Cepeda 2351
                Cecil Cooper 2192
                Reggie Smith 2020

                1930 SENATORS
                Sam Rice 2987
                Goose Goslin 2735
                Heinie Manush 2524
                Joe Judge 2352
                Joe Cronin 2285
                Joe Kuhel 2212
                Buddy Myer 2131

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                • #9
                  Another one with 7:
                  1995 YANKEES
                  Wade Boggs 3010
                  Bernie Williams 2296
                  Tony Fernandez 2276
                  Don Mattingly 2153
                  Ruben Sierra 2152
                  Paul O'Neill 2105
                  Derek Jeter 2055

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                  • #10
                    Just an interesting possibility.

                    The '95 Indians had 4 who are there:
                    Vizquel
                    Murray
                    Winfield
                    Lofton

                    1 more closing in (did he get there already this year?)
                    Ramirez

                    1 more who should barring career ending injury
                    Thome

                    That's 6

                    +Jeremy Burnitz and Brian Giles both over 1400-apparently falling fast but still starters and still could turn it around for another run.

                    That would be 8

                    +Longshot but possible David Bell-although he'd have to match his career high for 6 more years.

                    AND Albert Bell who I know finished close

                    + a pair of catchers with over 2800 between them.

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