Bob Homers Way Into Record Books

26 Jul
A year after rewriting the record book with multiple broken records, Bob only broke a few, most notably, his own single-season home run record.

A year after rewriting the record book with multiple broken records, Bob only broke a few, most notably, his own single-season home run record.

Just a year after setting the single-season record for home runs with 30 (breaking Morrison’s previous record of 28), Bob shattered his own record with 34 blasts in 2015. He had 10 multi-homer games and tied the single-game record with 5 home runs in one game in June. Bob’s homers stole the headlines, but several other players tied or set new single-season records. See the full list below.

– Mike (Questionable Outfit) tied the record of 8 triples, previously set by Joey (Fish Sticks) in 2012 and Anthony (Ham Slams) in 2014.

– Bob (Questionable Outfit) broke his own previous record of 200 total bases (2014) with 203 this season.

– Mike (Questionable Outfit) and Morrison (Eastbound & Dahn) tied the previous record of 1 intentional walk, set by Ivan (Eastbound & Dahn) in 2014.

– Reilly (Questionable Outfit) tied the previous record of 2 sacrifices, set by Ron (4 out of 5 Dentists) in 2011 and Les (Caucasians) in 2012.

– Blose (Cookies & Cream) tied his own previous record of 3 saves, which he also did in 2011 (with the Fish Sticks).

– Charlie (Ham Slams) broke the record of 7 pitching strikeouts by striking out 8 batters this year. The previous record was held by Guthrie from 2011 (Caucasians), Alec in 2012 (Ham Slams), and Charlie in 2013 (Ham Slams).

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