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    Who since the beginning of WWII had one or more seasons as a position player with over 400 plate appearances as a position player in a season
    and also had a season with over 10 starts as a pitcher?

  • #2
    Gonna go ahead and take Rick Ankiel off the board
    Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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    • #3
      Is Shohei Ohtani one?
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      • #4
        Johnny Lindell

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        • #5
          Rick Ankiel, Johnny Lindell & Shohei Ohtani are 3 of the four. The fourth guy started 31 games in the 1950's

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          • #6
            But Ohtani didn't have over 10 starts.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Macker View Post
              But Ohtani didn't have over 10 starts.
              I assume he meant "ten or more."
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Macker View Post
                But Ohtani didn't have over 10 starts.
                I should have wrote 10 or more starts or double digit starts

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                • #9
                  So who is the fourth player?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Macker View Post
                    So who is the fourth player?
                    Hal Jeffcoat! I had the entire set of 324 Bowman Cards of 1951. WE traded & flipped for them & you would trade 4 Hal Jeffcoat cards
                    for 1 Del Ennis card that's how ordinary a player he seemed to be. Aroumd '55 we were watching a Dodger/Cub game and Jeffcoat was pitching
                    I said to my brother 'I thought he played the field' my brother said maybe it's a different Jeffcoat. That's how I was aware of Jeffcoats
                    position player to pitcher career. He is kinda obscure except for those who payed more attention to baseball in the 50's than they have
                    since 2000.

                    He wasn't a bad pitcher 39-37 & 20-15 from 56 to 57!




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                    • #11
                      I should've known Hal Jeffcoat. I looked into him a bit earlier this year when I wrote my analysis of Gabe Paul's tenure as Reds GM. I'm kicking myself for not thinking of him.
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