Bettors Insider
www.bettorsinsider.com
Phillies’ Cesar Hernandez follows through after hitting a fourth-inning home run on May 28 (Matt Rourke)
Phillies’ Cesar Hernandez follows through after hitting a fourth-inning home run on May 28 (Matt Rourke)|Associated Press
Boop

Wednesday Quickie Quiz & Single Digits -- Cesar Hernandez, Bryce Harper, Commonwealths, Stanley Cup Finals . . . 

Bob Vetrone

Bob Vetrone

WEDNESDAY’S QUICKIE QUIZ

>>> The St. Louis Blues are now 0-13 in Stanley Cup Finals games . . . Which team has the most Stanley Cup Finals game losses in the expansion era (since 1967-68)?

(Answer Below)

● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

WEDNESDAY’S SINGLE DIGITS

>>> The Phillies are 20-4 now in games in which Cesar Hernandez has a run or an RBI and 10-17 when he starts and has neither . . . They are 6-0 when he homers.

● ● ●

>>> As of May 3, the Cardinals were 15-2 in games in which they held a lead of three or more runs . . . Since then, they are 6-4 in such contests, including back-to-back losses on Sunday (to the Braves) and Tuesday (to the Phillies).

● ● ●

>>> Bryce Harper has a slugging percentage of .521 (63 TB/121 AB) in the Phillies’ 32 wins . . . It is .338 (26/77) in their 22 losses.

● ● ●

>>> If the Boston Bruins hold on to win the Stanley Cup Finals, that means the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts would own nine of the last 18 MLB/NFL/NHL championships.

● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

QUICKIE QUIZ ANSWER

>>> The Boston Bruins (20-29) have the most Stanley Cup Finals losses in the expansion era (since 1967-68). The Flyers (16-28) are the only other team with more than 20, ahead of the Chicago Blackhawks (17-18), Edmonton Oilers (23-14) and Montreal Canadiens (42-14).