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MLB 2-Team Batter Blackout


The object of this game is to name players who played for both teams – the team in the column and the team in the cell – trying to name the player in each cell who had the most minimum total hits among those two teams. For example, if the column is the Giants, and the cell is the Yankees, you are trying to name the player whose minimum hits total among their career totals for both the Yankees and Giants is the highest. So you are basically trying to name the players who played the ‘most’ for both teams. A player with 1000 hits for the Giants but only 10 for the Yankees is going to give a low score, however a player with 700 for the Giants and 450 for the Yankees will yield a good score (the minimum being 450 instead of 10).

You must enter full player names, just last names won’t work on this quiz.

Object is to get the highest average score among all 25 squares – unfilled squares will count as 0 when the quiz is over.

Scores are given on a 1-100 scale, with 100 being the player with the most minimum points total among the two teams. If a player has multiple answers in the grid, only the highest score answer will fill in first, you can then name the player again if you’d like. This prevents getting a low score for another pair of teams when you were naming that player.

hugequiz Premium users will see the #1 player for each pair of teams when the quiz ends.

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9 months ago

Love the quiz! From what I can tell though, if a player is the answer in multiple spots, it does not do the highest first. Looks like it does the one listed first. I’ve had multiple times where the lower score was generated first.

9 months ago
Reply to  darin

got it. Thanks!

9 months ago

I just Todd Zeile 12 times in one grid

9 months ago
Reply to  darin

I think it’s really interesting, but I’d prefer there to be more of a punitive effect if you come up empty on a pairing — the difference between Craig Grebeck for White Sox/Red Sox and no one should be more than 2 points.

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