Redleg Nation:

We’re now playing the Major League Baseball Doubles game: name the MLB all-time leaders in most doubles for each letter of the alphabet. This game is all major-leaguers, not just modern day, by the first letter of their surname.

Good luck to you…remember there’s no X player.

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–Career RBI leaders by alphabet (MLB, Reds)
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9 Responses

  1. hoosierdad

    How about Lou Gherig or Luis Gonzalez (he had like 40 – 50 doubles for forever)?

  2. hoosierdad

    Glad I could get in on this one! You guys are too good. For “O” – Jon Olerud? Yes!!!????

  3. hoosierdad

    Whoops, just saw where Olerud was 2nd. How about Al Oliver? Used to kill the Reds with doubles. Think he had a double-header againt the Reds early ’70s (remember the banner days?) where he had like 4 or 5 for the dh. Seems like he played 20+ seasons or so.

  4. per14

    The usual suspects: Ibanez and Nettles?

    What is it with the N? We always have trouble. I can’t even think of any prominent “N” other than Nettles.

  5. per14

    stolen bases…i’ve been thinking on that one for a week.