Bleacher Nation is on Facebook, and you should totally "Like" us:
Bleacher Nation is also on Twitter, and you should totally follow us:
Bleacher Nation Posts
- Astros Officially Sign Top Pick Mark Appel for $6.35 Million – Well Below Slot
Today, 12:40 PM
- Around the League: Huge Stories Brewing, Including PED Suspensions and a Monopoly Lawsuit
Today, 11:55 AM
- Chicago Cubs in on Another Cuban Defector, Dalier Hinojosa – Plus an Update on Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez
Today, 10:40 AM
- Chicago Cubs Sign Undrafted Free Agent Josh Davis
Today, 09:30 AM
- Cuban Signee Armando Rivero Set to Make Debut with Kane County This Week
Today, 08:34 AM
Upcoming Calendar Events
Cubs Calendar 2/7/13 - Stolen Bases
Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:22 AM
Dunston and Sandberg gotta be close. Then... how many years was McRae on the team? How about the 1 Dog? Prolly only a couple years played for each. I don't want to guess Grace. Young was 2000 and 2001? So...
Posted 07 February 2013 - 07:59 AM
I don't think McRae was around long enough to be #2. I would put Ryno there and then say it drops off quickly after that. They just didn't run much.
That's what I was thinking about McRae. It does seem like he had around 40 a couple times though. I just couldn't remember exactly how long he was with the Cubs. Wasn't Dunston with them pretty much all of the 90's except the last couple? He had a couple around 30 and then always seemed to be in the mid teens as I recall.
Posted 07 February 2013 - 09:28 AM
I recall cringing at basehits to RF with a runner on 2nd. "Just get the ball to 2nd, Sammy. PLEASE Sammy. Nope. That throw is ten feet above the catcher."
Posted 07 February 2013 - 09:38 AM
Well that formatting stunk this is a little better:
Sorry for the formatting but, I wasn't going to put much effort into it.
Name G PA SB
Sosa 1081 4688 172
Sandberg 924 3897 94
Dunston 646 2489 90
McRae 402 1831 78
Grace 1486 6467 49
Dwight Smith 415 1078 30
Hawk 439 1759 26
Rey Sanchez 560 1995 22
Jose Hernandez 604 1897 20
Mickey Morandini 292 1190 19
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users
Bleacher Nation is not affiliated in any way with Major League Baseball or the Chicago National League Ballclub (that's the Cubs).