Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - BR's 5 Most Similar Players to Giancarlo Stanton*

Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - BR's 5 Most Similar Players to Giancarlo Stanton*

We had fun last week looking at the batters most similar to Edwin Encarnacion. Let’s do it again. This week we will look at the batters most similar to Giancarlo Stanton (*through his age 28 season).

According to Baseball-Reference, this player ranks as the fifth most similar batter to Giancarlo Stanton (*through his age 28 season) with a Similarity Score of 898.5.

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Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - Yankees & Indians

Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - Yankees & Indians

Last week we looked at players who played for both the Yankees and the Mets as the only teams in their careers. There were only five players that met that criteria.

This week we are looking at players who only played or pitched for the Yankees and the Cleveland Indians.

Since there are more than five players on that list, we picked five. Two are Hall-of-Famers, one pitched a no-hitter, one was part of a great trade for the Yankees, and one was a guy who, while he played for other teams, only pitched for the Indians and the Yankees.

Enjoy!

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Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - Yankees & Indians

Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - Yankees & Indians

Last week we looked at players who played for both the Yankees and the Mets as the only teams in their careers. There were only five players that met that criteria.

This week we are looking at players who only played or pitched for the Yankees and the Cleveland Indians.

Since there are more than five players on that list, we picked five. Two are Hall-of-Famers, one pitched a no-hitter, one was part of a great trade for the Yankees, and one was a guy who, while he played for other teams, only pitched for the Indians and the Yankees.

Enjoy!

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Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - Yankees & Indians

Yankees Baseball Card Trivia at Noon - Yankees & Indians

Last week we looked at players who played for both the Yankees and the Mets as the only teams in their careers. There were only five players that met that criteria.

This week we are looking at players who only played or pitched for the Yankees and the Cleveland Indians.

Since there are more than five players on that list, we picked five. Two are Hall-of-Famers, one pitched a no-hitter, one was part of a great trade for the Yankees, and one was a guy who, while he played for other teams, only pitched for the Indians and the Yankees.

Enjoy!

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