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MLB All HR’s – Choose Team


Enter a team name to choose a team from the autofill options. Then, try to get the most total home runs by naming all players who have hit a HR for that franchise in MLB history.

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[…] some quizzes (such as MLB Career HR Leaders – Choose Number (Live)) but not others (such as MLB All HR’s – Choose Team) as the team-related quizzes are based on the current franchises only. I have not yet begun […]

5 years ago

Does Cabrera have 73 more homers in him? More importantly, will he become the first player in the history of the franchise he’s with to reach the 500 homer milestone in their career while with that team?

Knowing the rich history of this franchise, the fact that Cabrera would be the first one to join the 500 HR club as a member of this team is a extremely surprising fact.

Castellanos has a great chance to get into the top 15 for that franchise at the very least… As long as things go right, which health-wise is a near certainty. It all depends on if the upper management is smart enough to keep him during this (extremely unexpected) rebuilding period (that shouldn’t have happened for another 8 years MINIMUM — DAMN YOU DOMBROWSKI!).

1 year ago
Reply to  Ovamiat

Cabrera did, infact, have 73 more homers in him

5 years ago

Any way this could be broken out into current franchises? I know the Dodgers are pretty well known from Brooklyn to LA, but the Orioles coming from the Browns is rough. Also, not to quibble but will there be an all hr all teams?

9 years ago

Fun fact: when you get this badge, you also get a strong feeling you’re wasting your life

8 years ago
Reply to  groug

Boo big-time to this comment. These quizzes are a hobby. Like any hobby, of course it’s ultimately meaningless. Watching baseball itself is ultimately meaningless. So what? For the person who enjoys it, it gives them a few moments of release and fun. Why is that something to be ashamed of? Groug, go stuff your cheap, shallow snark up your ass. If this isn’t your thing, then go off and do whatever is your thing and leave us alone. Don’t be an elitist looking down your nose on those of us who are just trying to have fun in our own way.

9 years ago

Rizzo’s already 39th. Castro will be on here next year. Barring trades, injuries or failure to perform/improve, Baez, Soler, Bryant, and Alcantara should charge onto the first page in the next few years.

6 years ago
Reply to  Tanner3

funny how this worked out – Rizzo and Bryant are climbing the list, Castro moved on, Baez is developing, Soler is gone, Alcantara isn’t up for the Cubs.

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