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|Evan Gattis Putting Together Historic Triples Steals Line - RealGM Wiretap
Evan Gattis has seven triples and no stolen bases for the Houston Astros this season.
The 28-year-old has never stolen a base in his Major League career and entered 2015 with just one triple in his first two seasons.
Johnny Mize holds the Major League record for most triples without a steal. He had 16 triples and no steals in 1938 and followed that up with a 140 season in 1939.
Players didn't run a lot back in the 1930s nike basketball shoes clearance , which helps explain Mize's line.
Of the 14 times a player hit at least 10 triples and stole zero bases, nine came between 1933 and 1940 (and the other five came between 1926 and 1962).
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