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"A quiz on some stolen base records that were set in baseball. This will be a challenge for those that enjoy them. :)"
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Who was the first modern day (post-1920) player to steal 100 bases in a season?
Lou Brock set a National League record by stealing 938 bases in his career. He stole 888 with the Cardinals, and 50 with which other team?
San Francisco Giants
New York Mets
Who was the first-ever American League player to steal home twice in the same game in 1912?
Before becoming a famous New York Yankee manager, Miller Huggins set a season record as a player for being caught stealing 36 times in 1914. Who came along and broke his record in 1982 by being caught 42 times?
In early baseball in the 19th century, stolen bases were a very common item. How many times did speedsters steal 100+ bases in a season, in any league, total in the 1870s, 1880s, and 1890s?
Which of the following had the lowest career stolen base success percentage?
Dom DiMaggio of the Boston Red Sox set an American League record for the fewest stolen bases in a season while still leading the league. How many bases did he steal in that 1950 season?
Which speedster set a Major League record by stealing 50 consecutive bases in as many attempts before being caught?
Attempting to steal home will instantly get a ballpark screaming, as it is a rare feat in baseball. Which of these former Yankee players did not steal home at least 10 times in their career?
In a record most likely to never be surpassed, George Gore of the Chicago White Stockings stole seven bases during one game in 1881. One other base stealer was able to tie this record in 1894. Who was this thief?
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