Strange numbers brewing at Coors
Who holds the single-season record for pinch-hits, with 28 in a season? Gates Brown? Smoky Burgess? Manny Mota? Lenny Harris? No, no, no. And no. The major-league record, 28 pinch-hits in a single season, is held by John Vander Wal, who set the record while playing for the Rockies in 1995, Coors Field's inaugural season.
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