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ANSWERS (FROM PAGE 27): 1. THE INDIANS' BOB FELLER 2. BOB FELLER 3. THE BRAVES' WARREN SPAHN 4. BABE RUTH, AGE 21, 1916 5. BABE RUTH, 1916 6. PITCHER HOYT WILHELM 7. YANKEES SECOND BASEMAN JOE GORDON 8. TIGERS THIRD BASEMAN GEORGE KELL 9. LONNIE SMITH, WITH THE PHILLIES, CARDINALS, ROYALS, AND BRAVES 10. STAN MUSIAL 11. THE EXPOS' TIM RAINES 12. THE PIRATES' RALPH KINER 13. YANKEES SECOND BASEMAN JERRY COLEMAN 14. BILL MCKECHNIE WITH THE 1925 PIRATES, 1928 CARDINALS, AND 1939 AND 1940 REDS 15. THE METS' TOM SEAVER 16. THE YANKEES' WHITEY FORD 17. THE ORIOLES' JIM PALMER AT 20 18. THE PHILLIES' RICHIE ASHBURN; THE DODGERS' DUKE SNIDER; DUKE SNIDER; GENE CONLEY, FOR THE 1957 MILWAUKEE BRAVES AND THE 1958-59 BOSTON CELTICS; THE PHILLIES' ROBIN ROBERTS 19. ROBIN ROBERTS 20. FRANK ROBINSON; FRANK ROBINSON 21. FRANK ROBINSON WITH THE 1961 REDS AND 1966 ORIOLES 22. STEVE CARLTON, WHO WAS 27-10 FOR THE 1972 PHILLIES, WINNERS OF ONLY 59 GAMES 23. THE WHITE SOX'S MARK BUEHRLE, 45 24. THE PIRATES' PAUL WANER 25. THE CUBS' PHIL CAVARRETTA 26. 15 PLAYERS HAVE HIT FOUR HOME RUNS IN A GAME; 15 HAVE TURNED UNASSISTED TRIPLE PLAYS; AND 18 HAVE PITCHED PERFECT GAMES 27. DARRELL EVANS (BRAVES, GIANTS, TIGERS), REGGIE JACKSON (A'S, YANKEES, ANGELS), AND ALEX RODRIGUEZ (MARINERS, RANGERS, YANKEES) 28. …

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