The ‘Most home runs for every MLB franchise’ quiz



Ryan Braun is calling it a career.

The longtime Milwaukee Brewer did not re-sign with the club this past offseason, and with the 2021 season quickly coming to a conclusion, the 2011 NL MVP decided to make it official. Assuming he stays retired, Braun will have played his entire career with one franchise, a rarity in the modern game. Questions regarding PED usage will keep Braun out of Cooperstown, but he will forever be a legend in Wisconsin. He leaves the game trailing only Robin Yount and Paul Molitor in career WAR for the Brew Crew, while his 344 career home runs are a franchise record.

Which brings us to today’s quiz of the day. You now know that Braun is the all-time homer king in Milwaukee, so let’s see how well you know the rest of the league. How many of the career leaders in home runs for every MLB franchise can you name in six minutes? 

Good luck!




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