1. The outfielders'
last names rhymed.
2. The outfielders'
numbers, from left field around to right, increased and were consecutive.
3. The names of the
catcher, the third baseman, and the left fielder all began with the same
4. The numbers of the
catcher, the first baseman, and the right fielder had no
"curves" in them.
5. The man with the
longest name had the highest number.
6. The sum of the
outfielders' numbers equaled the sum of the infielders' numbers (Note: the
pitcher and the catcher are not considered infielders).
7. The number of
letters in the pitcher's and the catcher's names when added together was
equal to the sum of their uniform numbers.
8. The four
infielders, reading from first base around to third, were positioned
9. The second
baseman's number was half the number of letters in the center fielder's