.367. Ty Cobb, first player ever selected to the Hall of Fame, had a lifetime batting average of .367 and won more batting average titles than any other person (12).
Bob Watson. On May 6, 1975, Bob Watson, who had walked, scored the millionth run in MLB.
Tim Hudson. Tim Hudson's baseball rookie season was in 1999.
1933. In 1933, Jimmie Foxx won the triple crown in the American League and Chuck Klein won the crown in the National League.
Tino Martinez. Tino Martinez was the 1st round draft pick for the Seattle Mariners in 1988 out of the University of Tampa.
Don Larsen. Don Larsen poked a grand slam in 1956, the same year he threw his perfect game in the World Series.
Los Angeles Dodgers. Dodger Steve Garvey won the All-Star MVP award twice, in 1974, and in 1978, as well as being a four-time Gold Glover at first base from 1974-77.
Minnesota. Both the Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Vikings play in the Metrodome.
3 Runs. The American League beat the National League 2-1.
Jose Santiago. Jose Santiago pitched 7 innings & lost game 1 of the 1967 World Series 2-1.
2000. Ryan Klesko bats and throws left handed.
6. Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz were all Cy Young Award winners in the 1990's.
Pedro Martinez. The first Cy Young Award was given in 1956.
Russel Earl. Shortstop Bucky Dent was born in Savannah, Georgia.
Tino Martinez. Tino Martinez amassed a lofty 258 RBI's over a two year span between 1996 and 1997 with the New York Yankees.
Miguel Cabrera. Miguel Cabrera batted .338 for the 2015 MLB season.
Boston Red Sox. The 100th Anniversary of the World Series was won by the Boston Red Sox, who won the first World Series as the Boston Americans in 1903.
Houston Astros. Roydell Williams played for the Tennessee Titans from 2005 thru 2007.
Heather Nabozny. Heather Nabozny, head groundskeeper for the Detroit Tigers, is called Turf Goddess by her fan club who call themselves Turf Heads.
Washington Nationals. Dusty Baker was the NLCS MVP in 1977.