Very quick trivia contest, with free tickets as the prize - CONTEST OVER
by Bob Timmermann
Reader Barry Cohen has sent me (or emailed me to be precise), two tickets and a parking pass to today (Saturday's) Dodgers-Phillies game starting at 1:10 pm.
The seats are in Section 6 of the Reserved in Row A and there is a parking pass attached.
The first person to answer this question (sent to email@example.com) will win the tickets! (I have to work and I can't go.)
In what year did the Los Angeles Dodgers issue the fewest intentional walks in team history?
The tickets are electronic, so you need access to a printer.
Also, they're are giving out free t-shirts today.
Contest closes at noon.
And we have a winner! bhsportsguy came up with the correct answer of 1974! The NL pennant winning Dodgers issued just NINE intentional walks all season. And no more than two by any one pitcher. It's a major league low since the statistic has been kept.