Yesterday I happened to be listening to ESPN Radio personalities Mike & Mike in the morning and came across a killer trivia question for you sports fans out there. ESPN Baseball analyst Jayson Stark asked:
“Only six active National League players have averaged 100 RBIs per season this decade. Name them”
For those of you drawing complete blanks, Stark did provide us with a clue to the players’ identity. Three of the 6 players are “easy” answers and the other three all currently play for the same team. Highlight area below so see the answers.
ANSWERS:C. Delgado, M. Ramirez, A. Pujols, and from the Houston Astros, L. Berkman, C. Lee, M. Tejada.