soccer players because they have a bigger field
football players because they have a bigger field. But soccer players have a better ball because it is round.
Soccer Players. The field is much larger, and endurance is a much larger factor in soccer. Soccer games are also MUCH longer than basketball games, no matter what level you're playing in. Also, there are only 3 substitutions allowed the whole soccer match as opposed to unlimited in basketball. Basketball players run an average of 5 miles per game while soccer players run 7 miles per game.
Movement allow players to make runs during attack and during covering opponent players. Players with most movements cover long distances on the pitch and contribute to their work rates.
The Detroit Tigers in 2004 with 11 players hitting 10+ home runs
As of 2009, 125 players have hit 300 or more career homer runs in the Major leagues..
As of 2009, 25 players have hit 500 career home runs or more in Major League history.
There have been 25 players who have hit at least 500 or more home runs in their career.
As of 2009 there are 25 playes with 500 home runs or more.
There are 17 official runs that FIFA has. They mostly point to the interference of the match or circumstances that pose a threat or danger to the players or officials on the pitch.
2 players hit 40 or more home runs in 2008, both from the National League. R. Howard(47), and A. Dunn (40)
NO would you play soccer if you had the runs
A Soccer game runs for 90 minutes. *i think*
Players are not cars so we cant exactly tell how fast each player runs, but currently Seydou Doumbia and Ahmed Musa are very fast
Mike Schmidt and Dale Murphy
1973 Atlanta Braves
The people that work at Miniclip run the players section.
Yes, there is a soccer field in Calacali, Ecuador that straddles the equator.
The season runs from August to May.
I cannot find a resource to answer the question, but the 2009 NY Yankees had four players with 100+ runs scored. Interestingly, not only do the NY Yankees have 4 players (Jeter, Damon, Texeira, Cano)that scored 100 or more runs in 2009, but their upcoming 2009 World Series opponent Philadelphia Phillies also have 4 players that have scored 100 or more runs (Rollins, Victorino, Utley and Howard) in 2009. Philadelphia also has 2 more players (Werth and Ibanez) in the 90's. Pretty remarkable. Finding out which team has the most players with 100 or more runs scored in a season is difficult, I've never heard of that stat. I did go on mlb.com and search lots of great individual teams and none of them had 4 players. I would guess this could be the first time that two teams both having 4 are facing each other in the World Series. Eventually I found that the 1931 Yankees had 6 players that scored 100 runs or more (Gehrig, Ruth, Combs, Chapman,Sewell and Lary) but I only looked them up because I found that team holds the record for most overall runs scored in a season post 1900 (1067 runs). So there still could be another team that has more than 6. I doubt it, but there could be.