I think the number was 433 over 20 years, which averages out to about 21 per year. That's far too few for something like hits or RBIs or strikeouts (which over a career would number in the thousands for records), and if you're winning 21 games a year as a pitcher, you're getting called up to the majors. I suppose 21 steals a season is pretty good, but the steals record is over twice that much (948).jev15 wrote: ↑Thu Nov 01, 2018 10:53 pmThe clue referenced Crash Davis, Kevin Costner's character from Bull Durham who famously sets the minor league home run record during the events of the film. As you can imagine, it's something of a dubious honor since you have to be good enough to hang around without being good enough to make the major leagues.
A better answer would be - if they're asking about a baseball statistic, and it's not explicitly about a pitcher, they're probably asking about home runs.