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NL All-Stars 50s to 70s
"Off the top of my head: here are my picks for the best National League baseball players from the mid-1950s into the mid-1970s."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Right Handed Pitcher: Bob Gibson. An awesome power pitcher, who anchored several St Louis teams in the 1960s that made it to the world series. Which of the following was NOT a teammate on those teams?
Left handed picher: Sandy Koufax. If you needed one guy to win a game: he made headlines when he tried to negotiate as a 'team' with what other player?
First Baseman: Willie McCovey. Great Hitter. Who was the pitcher when he lined out to Bobby Richardson to end the '62 world series?
Second Base: Pete Rose. A strange guy imo, but ... He antagonized New York Met fans by getting into a brawl with what ballplayer?
Shortstop: Ernie Banks. What was he generally best know for?
Playing for many teams
Third Base: Ken Boyer. Steady and well-rounded. His brother, also a third baseman, spent the bulk of his career with what team?
Centerfield: Willie Mays: No one even remotely close. When Mays made his famous 'Vic Wertz catch' who did Wertz play for?
Left field: Hank Aaron: give the Home Run King his due. What pitcher gave up the home run that put Aaron past the Babe?
Right Field: Roberto Clemente. He could do it all. Where was he going when he was killed in a plane crash?
Catcher: Johnny Bench. Strong in all aspects of the game. Who was the manager of the 'big red machine'?
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