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         A (3,748 Cards)

         B (12,111 Cards)

         C (9,035 Cards)

         D (4,524 Cards)

         E (1,822 Cards)

         F (3,151 Cards)

         G (11,287 Cards)

         H (7,849 Cards)

         I (570 Cards)

         J (5,862 Cards)

         K (3,686 Cards)

         L (4,686 Cards)

         M (13,163 Cards)

         N (1,797 Cards)

         O (2,236 Cards)

         P (7,669 Cards)

         Q (166 Cards)

         R (10,717 Cards)

         S (11,721 Cards)

         T (4,414 Cards)

         U (647 Cards)

         V (1,894 Cards)

         W (5,800 Cards)

         X (2 Cards)

         Y (1,106 Cards)

         Z (762 Cards)



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Fly balls that bounced in the field of play then over the home run fence, or through the home run fence were considered home runs! Today this is called a “ground rule double”. After doing some research, it has been said that Babe Ruth did not have any bouncing home runs, but it was very common for many players of that era.