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The Thursday Thinker: More hits than Aramis

Aramis Ramirez barely cracked the top 50 on the Brewers' all-time list for hits.

Aramis Ramirez: Still not a correct answer.
Aramis Ramirez: Still not a correct answer.
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It'll be a few more weeks before we know for sure, but it's possible Aramis Ramirez made his final appearance as a Brewer on September 28. He went 0-for-2 before being lifted as a defensive replacement, closing out a month that saw him hit just .217/.258/.293 as the Brewers limped home with a third-place finish.

Ramirez has a mutual option for 2015 valued at $14 million, but it's unclear at this point if either he or the Brewers are interested in exercising it. He was the 2014 National League All Star starter at third base in 2014, led the National League with 50 doubles in 2012 and may have finished his Brewers career with 398 hits, the 48th most in franchise history.

How many of the 47 Brewers ahead of Ramirez on the all-time list can you name in ten minutes?

If the quiz isn't displaying correctly for you here or you'd simply prefer to take it over there, follow this link to play the quiz at

Please post your score in the comments below, but also remember that comments on this post may contain spoilers. If you get all 47 answers correct, post your time along with your score in the comments.

If you've finished this quiz and would like another challenge, then you may also enjoy JP's quiz from last week asking you to name the 2014 Brewers with his clues. You can also check out the Thinker archives from last winter.

Good luck, and don't forget to post your score in the comments!