(The Baseball season is delayed or cancelled, so I post about baseball instead.)
This post is going to ask a question that you could look up on the web. But what fun with that be?
The following statements are true
1) Don Larsen, a professional baseball player who played from 1953 to 1967, is still alive. He is 90 years old (or perhaps 90 years young---I don't know the state of his health). He was born Aug 7, 1929. He is best know for pitching a perfect game in the World Series in 1956, pitching for the Yankees. He played for several other teams as well, via trades (this was before free agency).
(CORRECTION- I wrote this post a while back, and Don Larsen has died since then.)
2) Whitey Ford, a professional baseball player who played from 1950 to 1967, is still alive. He is 91 years old (or perhaps 91 years young---I don't know the state of his health). He was born Oct 21, 1928. He had many great seasons and is in the hall of fame. He played for the New York Yankees and no other team.
3) From 1900 (or so) until 1962 there were 16 professional baseball teams which had 25 people each. From 1962 until 1969 there were 20 teams which had 25 people each. There were also many minor league teams.
4) The youngest ballplayers are usually around 20. The oldest around 35. These are not exact numbers
SO here is my question: Try to estimate
1) How many LIVING retired major league baseball players are there now who are older than Don Larsen?
2) How many LIVING retired major league baseball players are of an age between Don and Whitey?
3) How many LIVING retired major league baseball players are older than Whitey Ford?
Give your REASONING for your answer.