Which two players share the record for the most different ballparks homered in, and how many ballparks did they homer in?

ANSWER: Ken Griffey Jr. and Fred McGriff, 43 stadiums 

7 Responses to “TRIVIA TIME!”

  1. Coley Ward says:

    Gotta be somebody who’s played since interleague play and since the ball park boom of the mid 90’s to present. So I’ll say Barry Bonds and…mmmm…Manny Ramirez? And I’ll say 22 stadiums?

  2. Nick Kapur says:

    It’s neither Bonds nor Ramirez, and more than 22 stadiums.

  3. Coley Ward says:

    Ok, duh. I made that guess way too late at night, I guess. I totally didn’t take into account that it could be somebody who’s played in both leagues. Which would mean it’s almost certainly Griffey, and maybe…Thome?

  4. Ken Griffey Jr and Fred McGriff

    43 Stadiums

  5. Griffey and Julio Franco.

    Just a wild guess: 46 stadiums.

  6. Nick Kapur says:

    Lance is right. It’s Junior and McGriff in 43 stadiums. Griffey just homered in his 43rd stadium to tie the record on Monday night.

  7. you happened to ask this question right after seeing the answer on sportscenter the night before

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