> (1) In 1954, the second baseman for Cleveland's record-setting A.L.
> champions hit .341, leading the league and posting his career
I think this is Bobby Avila, who was lost on this team of
stars. Defeated by Giants 4-0 in World Series.
> (2) In 1950, this Red Sox rookie first baseman led the league with
> 144 RBI. He hit .322, with 34 homers. He lasted awhile, but
I don't know--maybe*** "Dr. Strangeglove" Stuart?
> (3) In 1959, the Phillies started a second baseman who never played in
> the big leagues (not even one at-bat) before or since. The player
Was this Chuck Cottier? I know he played good-glove, no-hit 2B
for the Senators in the early 60s.
> (Bonus) (No one can possibly get this one!) In 1970, the Dodgers had
> a rookie infielder who appeared in 156 games. Displaying great
Sorry, Bob, I found this incredibly easy. **Billy Grabarkeiwicz**
> As before, no research allowed.
...and none was done...
> Bob Davis Claiming the stats of Bobby Bonilla and Glen Davis