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Cubs Calendar 8/29/12 - Slugging Pitchers
Posted 29 August 2012 - 11:41 AM
The calendar doesn't really specifiy, but from the answer it appears they were looking for career home runs:
"Carlos Zambrano - 21 home runs through 2010.
I assumed the calendar was looking for career homers and that Cubbie Blues was right (Big Z). I was just commenting to Stinky Pete that I thought he had the right number on Fergie (6) for a season.
I just looked up the record for most career home runs hit by a pitcher. Wes Ferrell has the record at 37 (36 in the AL and 1 in the NL). The record for the NL is 35. Since we now know when our gracious host, Fishin' Phil was born - a hint is that Phil could possibly have seen this Hall-of-Famer pitch on TV, but it is EXTREMELY doubtful that he could have any memory of such. Any guesses?
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