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2B – Total of 57

Bill Greenwood (538 games), Bill McClellan (436), Tom Evers (110), Lip Pike (79), Bob Addy (79), Roger Connor (68), Sam Trott (65), George Decker (40), Al Reach (36), Hal Chaase (35), Jimmy Hallinan (25), plus 46 more. Last one was Don Mattingly during the completion of the Pine Tar game in 1983.

SS – Total of 43

Jimmy Macullar (325), Bill McClellan (246), Jimmy Hallinan (111), Billy Hulen (92), George Van Haltren (79), Billy Redmon (61), Jimmy Ryan (58), Jack Leary (40), Russ Hall (36), Sy Sutcliffe (31), Bill Greenwood (30), Lefty Marr (29), plus 31 others. Last one was Lou Gehrig in 1934 who actually didn’t play shortstop. He was listed at shortstop to keep his consecutive game streak alive. He batted in the top of the first, got a single and was removed for a pinch runner. Before him the last was Hal Chase in 1909.

3B – Total of 52

Hick Carpenter (1059), Lefty Marr (129), Roger Connor (111), Bill McClellan (58), Chris James (48), Willie Keeler (44), Spud Johnson (44), Jack Leary (37) plus 44 others. Last was Mario Valdez in 1997.

C – Total of 29

Jack Clements (1073), Sam Trott (272), Pop Tate (202), Sy Sutcliffe (186), Fergy Malone (178), Bill Harbidge (159), Mike Hines (99), John Humphries (75), Fred Tenney (71), Art Twineham (52), Phil Baker (50), Jiggs Donahue (45), Dave Oldfield (35), Charlie Housholder (34) plus 15 others. Last one was Benny Distefano in 1989.

I am sure these guys are having some fun with this, at least I hope so.

]]>Thanks, you stuff helps fill in a needed gap in our fan interest!!!

]]>Back to my original point. To me, one of the things I have heard about spring training is the countless reps that occur and to break things up just a little bit has to help.

I wonder if Soriano will untuck after making a play at shortstop??

]]>Williams needs to write a Nats’ manual on that one!

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