Did you know that there have been twelve instances in the American League where a player (eleven different) has grounded into a double play at least thirty times during a single season? By comparison there have been two in the National League.
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The National League single season record for grounding into double plays was set in 1930 by Ernie Lombardi of the Cincinnati Reds then tied in 2002 by Brad Ausmus of the Houston Astros. The American League single season record for grounding into double plays is on this page. Is either the Career Leader for Games Played?