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TOFT'S TOP TEASERS
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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February 15, 1988

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1. Willie Mays was the youngest player in major league history to hit 50 home runs in a season. Who was the oldest?

2. Who is the only boxer to win a heavyweight championship and also graduate from college?

3. Terry Puhl holds the record for the best career fielding percentage by a National League outfielder. The modern-day record for most errors by an outfielder in a career is 271. What Hall of Famer holds this dubious record?

4. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were winless in 1976, going 0-14. Name the only team in the 1960s to go through an entire regular season without winning a game.

5. William (the Refrigerator) Perry is the most recent player to appear on both the offensive and defensive units in a Super Bowl game. Who is the only player in Super Bowl history to start one Super Bowl game on offense and another Super Bowl game on defense?

6. Jim Brown played nine seasons in the NFL and led the league in rushing eight times. Name the only running back to win a rushing title over Brown during this nine-year stretch.

7. Who is the only player in college basketball history to win a scoring title and play on an NCAA championship team in the same season?

ANSWERS:

1. Willie Mays

2. James (Bonecrusher) Smith. He graduated from Shaw University in Raleigh, N.C.

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