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Baseball's Greatest Flake (1) << vote

sports : baseball

So many to choose from: Bill Lee, Rube Waddell, Ken Harrelson, Dizzy Dean, etc.

urbanexile       2011-04-03 17:30:52       items: 0       comments: 0

Best 3rd Baseman, all time? (3) << vote

sports : baseball

To go along with the best shortstop question. This one always gets folks fired up.

MagicMikePic       2008-11-06 11:00:06       items: 2       comments: 1

1) Brooks Robinson (2 votes)

2) Mike Schmidt (1 vote)

Best current hitter (4) << vote

sports : baseball

Who is the best hitter, right now?

save me from the clowns       2007-03-31 11:45:04       items: 3       comments: 1

1) Albert Pujols (2 votes)

2) David Ortiz (1 vote)

3) A-Rod (1 vote)

Best Derby (2) << vote

sports : football : *real* football : you know, with your foot : and a ball

which two teams make sparks fly when they play?

klu999       2007-03-18 21:10:58       items: 2       comments: 0

1) stoke city -v- port vale (1 vote)

2) Roma-Lazio (1 vote)

Best Wrestling Finishing Moves (3) << vote

sports : other : Wrestling : WWF : ECW

I'm referring to the ones that would actually work if they were real and meant to inflict a bunch of pain.

sticky note       2007-03-15 09:24:02       items: 4       comments: 0

1) DDT (2 votes)

2) The Doomsday Device (1 vote)

3) The Piledriver (1 vote)

Biggest College Football Rivalries (4) << vote

sports : football : college : NCAA : rivalries

What are the greatest college football rivalries? Even if you wouldn't otherwise watch these teams, when they face each other you know that it will be worth watching.

erniecamacho       2006-10-05 15:48:37       items: 5       comments: 2

1) Ohio State and Michigan (4 votes)

2) Texas and Oklahoma (3 votes)

3) Miami and Florida State (3 votes)

Favorite Baseball Movies (8) << vote

sports : baseball : movies : films

What are your favorite movies about baseball or that have strong baseball related content?

erniecamacho       2006-09-26 14:33:54       items: 13       comments: 39

1) Major League (8 votes)

2) Bull Durham (6 votes)

3) The Natural (5 votes)

Hottest Athletes (2) << vote

sports : other : athletes : cute

Who are the hottest athletes out there.

gradygirl       2006-09-06 15:20:11       items: 4       comments: 0

1) Derek Jeter (3 votes)

2) Ozzie Guillen (1 vote)

3) Lebron James (1 vote)

Best golf courses in Ohio (2) << vote

sports : golf : golf courses

What are the best golf courses in Ohio? Are they public or private?

nearlygod       2006-09-06 14:08:47       items: 4       comments: 0

1) Muirfield Village Golf Course (3 votes)

2) Firestone Country Club (2 votes)

3) Longaberger Golf Club (2 votes)

Best baseball stadiums of all-time (6) << vote

sports : baseball : stadium : ballpark : ball park

Which stadiums do you like most of all, both past and present.

erniecamacho       2006-09-06 12:41:32       items: 8       comments: 3

1) Wrigley Field (4 votes)

2) Tiger Stadium (1 vote)

3) Camden Yards (1 vote)

Best power hitter of all time. (9) << vote

sports : baseball : power hitter : home run : HR

In the history of the game, which hitters had the most power?

tomhamilton       2006-08-26 13:55:07       items: 14       comments: 57

1) Babe Ruth (11 votes)

2) Hank Aaron (7 votes)

3) Josh Gibson (6 votes)

Best defensive shortstop of all time (6) << vote

sports : baseball : shortstop : SS : defense

Based solely on defense, these were the best shortstops to ever take the field.

tomhamilton       2006-08-26 13:40:33       items: 5       comments: 3

1) Ozzie Smith (7 votes)

2) Omar Vizquel (6 votes)

3) Dave Concepcion (3 votes)

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Random Fact

Mike Greenwell holds the record for most RBI's in game (nine), where one player accounted for all of the team's RBI's.