Did you know that there have been only two (2) instances in the National League where a player has grounded into a double play at least thirty (30) times? By comparison there have been twelve (12) by eleven (11) players in the American League.
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The American League single season record for grounding into double plays was set in 1984 by Jim Rice of the Boston Red Sox. The National League single season record for grounding into double plays is on this page. Is either the Career Leader for Games Played?