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    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Dunn & ARod are no-brainers. Last one has to be somebody with a VERY long career thus far. Is Giambi still playing somewhere?

    ~edit~ Sorry, trivia question was 3 active players with more strikeouts than Soriano.
    I looked it up. Suprising. Spoiler alert.

    Jeter.

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    Wow. I did mention Jeter, but he's certainly not who you think of as a high K guy. Must just be the innings accumulated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Wow. I did mention Jeter, but he's certainly not who you think of as a high K guy. Must just be the innings accumulated.
    If you mentioned him, that's a good guess. Never would have occurred to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    If you mentioned him, that's a good guess. Never would have occurred to me.
    Well I was just thinking longevity. That's why I mentioned Torri Hunter too.
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    LeCure warming. Castillo walks. Really good ab for him.
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    113 for Homer. Alright, get this guy (Valbuena) here.
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    damn you wellington castillo
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    Re: 5/25/13 Redlegs v. Cub-paws

    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Dunn & ARod are no-brainers. Last one has to be somebody with a VERY long career thus far. Is Giambi still playing somewhere?

    ~edit~ Sorry, trivia question was 3 active players with more strikeouts than Soriano.
    Jeter
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    Shallow fly out to Bruce. 2-1 Cubs. 115 pitches for Homer. I'll assume he's done and LeCure is coming in. Let's get some runs here boys. I'd love to see them steal a W for Homer.
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    Come on now, score some runs and get Homer a win

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Well I was just thinking longevity. That's why I mentioned Torri Hunter too.
    The list I found (which I assume is current) has two other active players in the top fifty career strikeouts: Giambi and Carlos Pena are in the top fifty also.

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    Yeah, actually not a bad outing for Homer, overall, but now we need to see some offense.

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    Re: 5/25/13 Redlegs v. Cub-paws

    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderful Monds View Post
    Jeter
    Yep. Kc looked it up. Dunn, Arod & Jeter.

    ~edit~ although I'm going to look it up too. It's got me wondering where Hunter is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_ View Post
    Yep. Kc looked it up. Dunn, Arod & Jeter.

    ~edit~ although I'm going to look it up too. It's got me wondering where Hunter is.
    Hunter is at 59 on the list I found.

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    Re: 5/25/13 Redlegs v. Cub-paws

    Carlos Pena about 100 behind Soriano. Torii Hunter about 150 behind Soriano.

    Some surprising names on that list. Guys I didn't realize hung around as long as they did.
    Mike Cameron & Reggie Sanders. I never would've thought they'd be that high.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/le...O_career.shtml
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