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    9/15/17 Pirates @ Reds Free Game of the day on MLB.COM



    Joel Luckhaupt‏ @jluckhaupt 4h4 hours ago
    Joey Votto needs 3 R, 6 RBI, 10 times on base, & 6 total bases to be 1st Red ever to get 100 R, 100 RBI, 300 TOB, & 300 TB in a season.
    Joel Luckhaupt‏ @jluckhaupt 4h4 hours ago
    There have been 101 such seasons in MLB history, last done all the way back in 2016 by some guy named Trout.
    Joel Luckhaupt‏ @jluckhaupt
    Votto was 1 time on base short in 2011. He was 3 RBI and 6 times on base short in 2016. Frank Robinson was 5 times on base short in 1962
    Last edited by klw; 09-15-2017 at 03:22 PM.

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