Trivia Answer

Friday, February 5, 2010

This week I asked who was the Yankees all-time strikeouts leader?

All four choices were in the top four, but Whitey Ford is the person with the most strikeouts in Yankees history.

The Chairman of the Board struck out 1,956 batters in 16 seasons with the Yankees along with 236 wins in a Hall of Fame career.

Ron Guidry is second all-time with 1,778 strikeouts, but Andy Pettitte will most likely pass him this season as he is only 56 strikeouts behind Guidry with 1,722 as a Yankee.

If you're wondering where Roger Clemens is, these are the strikeouts during their time with the Yankees, and most of the Rocket's 4,672 strikeouts came with other teams.

The wait for Spring Training is almost over, and pitchers and catchers report in 12 days! There should be more news during then. Until that time we are doing our best to keep you entertained and we'll be sure to let you know if Johnny Damon finds a job soon.

Enjoy your Super Bowl Weekend...Who Dat!

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