Keeping with our Jimmy Rollins theme, here’s a stumper.
Rollins entered Sunday’s game against the Mets with 651 at-bats and 710 plate appearances, the most in the Major Leagues. While he’ll likely surpass his career highs of 689 at-bats and 758 appearances — set last season in 158 games — Rollins is also on pace to break the record for most at-bats in a season and most plate appearances in a season.
One More Dying Quail got the first part right — Willie Wilson holds the record for most at bats in a season.
Can you name the player who holds the record for most plate appearances in a season?