Guess the Lifetime Stats, Part 6
If you're here, that means you're a fan of Major League Baseball. And if you're like most fans of Major League Baseball, you know everything there is to know about, well, everything.
I would tell you to give yourself a pat on the back, but you have to pass a test first. It's time to find out just how much you know about baseball.
The game we're going to play is called "Guess the Lifetime Stats," and it's just what it sounds like. Every week, we're going to present a screenshot of the lifetime stats of a random player, and you have to guess who those stats belong to.
We admittedly haven't played that many games of "Guess the Lifetime Stats," but a trend is already starting to develop. Amazingly, nobody has been stumped yet.
Congratulations. You are all nerds who seriously need to get a life.
This week's mystery stats guy could be the first guy to remain mysterious. B/R reader Dylan Taylor, who recognized Rick Monday's stats when he saw them a couple weeks ago, picked him out.
Courtesy of Baseball-Reference.com, here are the stats:
Now all you have to do is analyze this jumble of numbers and figure out where they came from. It's like trying to figure out a cipher, except totally different in every possible way.
If you think you know the answer, all you have to do is head on down to the comments section and shout out the answer.
If you guess correctly, you get to pick the next mystery stats guy and I shall also give you a shoutout.
If you guess incorrectly, I'll tell all your best friends about that thing that happened that one time. And you don't want that.
Follow me on Twitter, but don't clog my mentions with answers. You're only going to annoy me if you do that.
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