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  • A bit of help please....

    Can't seem to find this one via data searches.

    Players who never hit ten or more homers in a season - who are the all-time career homer leaders for left-handed, right-handed, and switch hitters?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Brad Ausmus 71 homers right handed
    Earl Combs 58 homers left handed
    Luis Alicea 47 homers switch hitter

    Phil Cavaretta unfortunately hit one extra homer in 1950 to eliminate him otherwise he would have the LH record. Samething applies for Luis Aparicio and right handed.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ubiquitous
      Brad Ausmus 71 homers right handed
      Earl Combs 58 homers left handed
      Luis Alicea 47 homers switch hitter

      Phil Cavaretta unfortunately hit one extra homer in 1950 to eliminate him otherwise he would have the LH record. Samething applies for Luis Aparicio and right handed.
      Thanks Ubiquitous. However, since I posted that I think I've been able to narrow it down and your three don't match my three. I'll double check everything and be back.

      For instance, I have Garry Templeton as the switch hitter with the most (70). How did you determine yours?

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      • #4
        I'm wrong, when I did the search I didn't filter small enough so when I copy and pasted a good chunk of players did not transfer because of size. So players at the lower half of the alphabet were off the list.

        So yes Gary Templeton is the switch hitter, Tony Taylor is the right handed hitter, Fred Clarke would be the left hander if we count games before 1901. If we count the FL then Eddie Roush is the left hander, or if we count both other leagues and pre 1900 then George Van Haltren is the left hander. If we only look at the AL or NL post 1900 then Casey Stengel is the winner.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Ubiquitous
          I'm wrong, when I did the search I didn't filter small enough so when I copy and pasted a good chunk of players did not transfer because of size. So players at the lower half of the alphabet were off the list.

          So yes Gary Templeton is the switch hitter, Tony Taylor is the right handed hitter, Fred Clarke would be the left hander if we count games before 1901. If we count the FL then Eddie Roush is the left hander, or if we count both other leagues and pre 1900 then George Van Haltren is the left hander. If we only look at the AL or NL post 1900 then Casey Stengel is the winner.
          Most excellent.

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          Last edited by KingSwisher; 01-28-2006, 06:10 PM.

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