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Kate Rogin
February 15, 1988
1. Willie Mays was the youngest player in major league history to hit 50 home runs in a season. Who was the oldest?
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3. Ty Cobb. He also played 2,938 games in the outfield, a major league record.

4. The Dallas Cowboys. In 1960 they were 0-11-1.

5. E.J. Holub of the Kansas City Chiefs. In Super Bowl I he started at linebacker, and in Super Bowl IV he started at center.

6. Jim Taylor of the Green Bay Packers in 1962.

7. Clyde Lovellette of Kansas in the 1951-52 season. The Jayhawks beat St. John's 80-63 for the title, and Lovellette led the nation with 28.4 ppg.

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