The record for the fewest number of wins in a season is held by the 1899 Cleveland Spiders at 20 wins - 134 losses
27 pitches. This is because there are 9 innings. The minimum batters that can go up each inning is 3. 9 times 3 is 27. If you pitched and the batter pop-flied every ball then it would be 27. But in the history books it has been recorded that 58 pitches were the least amount of pitches thrown in a game. It was set by Charley "Red" Barret, He did this in 1944 on August 10. He was on the "Boston" Braves. They changed their name to Atlanta Braves later on. Hope this helped!
Lynn Nolan Ryan, Jr. (born on January 31, 1947), nicknamed "The Ryan Express", is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He is currently principal owner, president and CEO of the Texas Rangers.During a major league record 27-year baseball career, he pitched in 1966 and from 1968-1993 for four different teams: the New York Mets,California Angels, Houston Astros, and Texas Rangers. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999.Ryan, a hard-throwing right-handed pitcher, threw pitches that were regularly recorded above 100 miles per hour (160.93 km/h). Even past the age of 40, he could still bring 95 mph plus heat in games.While his lifetime winning percentage was a relatively pedestrian .526, Ryan was an eight-time MLB All-Star, and his 5,714 career strikeouts rank first in baseball history by a significant margin. He leads the runner-up, Randy Johnson, by 839 strikeouts. Similarly, Ryan's 2,795 bases on balls lead second-place Steve Carlton by 962-walking over 50% more hitters than any other pitcher in Major League history. Other than Jackie Robinson (whose number was retired by the entire MLB), Ryan is currently the only major league baseball player to have his number retired by at least 3 different teams: the Angels, Astros, and Rangers.Ryan is the all-time leader in no-hitters with seven, three more than any other pitcher. He is tied with Bob Feller for most one-hitters, with 12. Ryan also pitched 18 two-hitters. Despite the seven no-hitters, he never threw a perfect game, nor did he ever win a Cy Young Award. Ryan is one of only 29 players in baseball history to date to have appeared in Major League baseball games in four decades.
Well, It should be at least 100 liters. ButI am not the expert at this metric and customary stuff so I'm not so sure.
That would be any one of a number of Baseball Hall of Fame inductees who had zero hits, simply because they never actually played baseball, at least not at the Major League level (the HoF is open to more than just players). Among this number are umpires such as Tom Connolly and Bill Klem, Commissioners such as Kennesaw Landis and Ford Frick, Managers such as Joe McCarthy and Branch Rickey, and other Executives such as George Weiss.If you limit the question to actual major league players, then it is probably Walter Emmons Alston. Alston was inducted into the Hall of Fame for his managerial skills, but he was, during the 1936 season, on the active player roster for the St. Louis Cardinals, and played in exactly one game, on September 27, 1936, as a replacement for Johnny Mize, who had been ejected from the game. In his sole major league at-bat, he struck out on three pitches (though the second strike had home-run distance and was just barely foul). So Alston, an actual MLB player, is tied with the guys in the first paragraph with exactly zero major league hits.If you further limit the question to people who not only played major league baseball, but were inducted into the HoF fortheir playing, then I would say it would have to be a player who 1) was a pitcher, 2) began his career after the inception of the Designated Hitter rule in the American league in 1973 , 3) retired prior to inception of inter-league play 1997, 4) pitched exclusively for the American League, and 5) never played in a World Series (or at least never pitched in a game when the National League team was the home team. Such a player would have never had a major-league plate appearance, and therefore could have no hits. Actually, no one comes to mind that meets all those conditions, and given how often players switch teams (and often leagues) in the modern era, I really don't think anyone could have met all 5 conditions and yet still made it to the HoF. However, Dennis Eckersley probably has very close to zero hits. Eckersley, a pitcher, played most of his career on American League teams. Or perhaps Goose Gossage, who also played most of his career for American League teams, and even when he played on NL teams, pitched exclusively as a closer. I cannot find batting statistics on either of these players (since, obviously, no one cares about their batting averages) but I suspect that neither of them had more hits than you could count on one hand.If you limit the question to those who were inducted to the HoF for a non-pitching playing roll, it would have to be someone with either a low batting average or a short career, neither of which are very helpful in making it to the HoF. So such a player would have to have something going for him other than offensive skills. I'm thinking Roy Campanella, catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers for just 10 years, with a .276 batting average. Though Campanella had quite a few home runs, he was inducted mostly for his defensive skills, and is known as one of the greatest catchers of all time. But alas, I cannot find his career hits total.
I have a mint MJ baseball Hologram card myself, and when it was last valued in 1996 it was worth at least $200.. so presuming yours is in mint cond too, then I'd imagine it'd be worth quite a bit now.
Ernie White He hit 144 home runs in mlb history.
San Diego Padres
http://espn.go.com/mlb/history/nohitters you count
The minimum salary for the 2009 season is $400,000 according to major league players association.
about $20,000 a year
If the player disagress with the amount of his contract he can have a third party decide what is the right amount. It is either a clause in his contract or he has been in the league at least 5 years.
The leading amount of runs minus the least amount
There are at least 3 Major League Baseball players who have came from Guatemala.