If you haven't had a chance to look at it yet, the Bio section of the site (which is tucked away under the "more [+]" drop-down menu) got a little bigger when we updated the site last week.
In case you're unfamiliar, on that page we break down every player by their place of birth, and using the links at the top of the page, you can sort the batting, pitching, and managing totals for those born in every U.S. state and every country. You can also see more detailed breakdowns for each state/foreign country/territory, including a sortable list of every player born there and his career MLB stats.
In addition, we still provide the same tools/breakdowns for each player's place of death -- and since you may have noticed that deceased MLB players now have burial data on their profile pages, we've also added a new section to the Bio page that gives the breakdowns described above for players based on their place of burial. So if you ever wanted to know which players were laid to rest in Wyoming (hint: there's only 4 of them), this is the feature for you.
Also, I should note that the death and burial data is not complete, so if you come across someone with missing data and you have citable documentation regarding their correct info, please let us know via email.
1) What is the birth state of the most Hall of Famers?
2) Who has the most career HR among Rhode-Island-born players?
3) Name the 2 Hall of Famers who died in Canada.
4) Who is the only MLB player buried in Alaska?
5) Pitchers born in which country have the lowest combined ERA?
1) New York
2) Paul Konerko
3) Ed Delahanty and Don Drysdale
4) Charlie Fisher
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