Name the SIX players who are ahead of Barry Bonds on the career total bases list.

ANSWER:  Ruth, Aaron, Mays, Musial, Rose and Cobb.

6 Responses to “Trivia Time!”

  1. Ruth, Aaron, Mays, Rose, Cobb.

  2. Babe Ruth, Willie Mays, Ty Cobb, Hank Aaron, Stan Musial?????

  3. Coley Ward says:

    ok, Zvee, Lance…you’re both right. Dan Eberle, who compiles our trivia questions, is a bit of an idiot. When he asked, “who are the five plaers who are ahead of bonds on the career total bases list?” He meant, “who are the six players ahead of Bond?”

    The answer is Ruth, Aaron, Mays, Rose, Cobb and Musial.

    Dan will be severely punished for such sloppy a sloppy question.

  4. COLEY!!!

    Denise just told me that Mechelle Harris is in the ATL now.

    You HAVE to get in touch with her.

  5. Coley Ward says:

    Bruce Sutter!

  6. Nick Kapur says:

    Yes! It was Bruce Sutter.

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