Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Eddie Murray, and Rafael Palmeiro.
With one exception, every player eligible for election to the Hall of Fame, that has EITHER 500 or more home runs OR 3000 or more hits, has been elected to that honor. Palmeiro has done BOTH -- but might not ever be elected, due to his positive test for steroids, just months after VERY explicitly denying having ever used them.
Henry Aaron (755 home runs, 3,771 hits, and a .305 batting average) and
Willie Mays (660 home runs, 3,283 hits, and a .302 batting average).
This feat has been accomplished a total of 491 by 344 different players. Alfonso Soriano, Aramis Rameriz, Albert Pujols, and Alex Rodriguez have each done it 3 times in their careers.
Easy! Mel Ott, Ron Cey, Lee May
Hank Aaron and Willie mays
Henry Aaron and Willie Mays
Hank Aaron & Willie Mays
Yes! The point of playing in a major league game is earning money and playing games.
In order for players to be playable players in "MLB 08 The Show," they must have played at least 1 game in the previous Major League Baseball season and they cannot be 1 of the players that are known as "replacement players" meaning players who played during the 1995 season while there was a Baseball strike ongoing, this is because the replacement players are banned from entering into the Players' Association which means they cannot be in any games that are under license with Major League Baseball and the Players' Association.
Going back to 1871, out of 17172 baseball players, 8240 have pitched in at least one game, 48%
Mostly to allow for travel time for players coming from all corners of the country, and also just to give baseball players a short break mid-season.
The players get new uniforms for each game!
Major League Baseball Game of the Week was created in 1996.
Major League Baseball All-Star Game was created in 1933.
Many football players chew before a game to reduce stress and calm them down for the upcoming game.
Actually, there are several. The top six, categorized by number of games, are as follows:Stan Musial — 3,026Willie Mays — 2,992Brooks Robinson — 2,896Robin Yount — 2,856Tony Perez — 2,777 (ejected once as a manager in 2001)Derek Jeter — 2,744
The reserves in the MLB All Star game are all the players who are not in the starting lineup.