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Who had more Wins Above Replacement than Mike Trout through age 27?
Use the Player Batting Season Finder to learn that nobody has had a higher WAR total through age 27 than Mike Trout (72.8). Ty Cobb (68.9) ranks second.
Player Pitching Span
Who had the lowest ERA through their first 10 starts of the year?
Use the Player Pitching Span Finder to learn that Jacob deGrom's 0.56 ERA through his first 10 starts of 2021 were the lowest since earned runs became an official stat in 1913.
What pitcher had more RBIs in a season than Shohei Ohtani’s 100 in 2021?
Use the Player Batting Season Finder to learn that Shohei Ohtani’s 100 RBIs were the most by a pitcher since Babe Ruth had 113 in 1919.
Who was the last player before Juan Soto to have a span of games hitting .500/.650/.900?
Use the Player Batting Span Finder to see that Juan Soto is the first player to hit .500/.650/.900 over a 16-game span since Barry Bonds.
Player Batting Split
Who batted in the most runs with runners in scoring position and 2 outs?
Use the Player Batting Split Finder to learn that Manny Ramirez had 505 RBI in 2 outs/RISP situations, one of only 3 players with that many.
Which team has the most home runs in a single game?
Use the Team Batting Game Finder to learn that the Toronto Blue Jays hit ten home runs on September 14, 1987 in an 18-3 win against the Baltimore Orioles.
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