SABR 39 Individual Trivia Semifinal and Final Rounds<br />August 1, 2009<br />© 2009 T. Scott Brandon and Horsehide Trivia...
Categories<br />Photo Identification<br />Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Statistical Combinations<br />Postseason...
SemiFinal Round Questions<br />
Photo Identification<br />
Photo Identification One-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Albert Pujols<br />
Photo Identification Two-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Honus Wagner<br />
Photo Identification Three-Point Question<br />Whose bat is this?<br />Mike Piazza<br />(2000 World Series, Game 2, 1st in...
Photo Identification Four-Point Question<br />What is this mascot called?<br />Youppi!<br />
Photo Identification Five-Point Question<br />Name one of the four Major League teams managed by this former Dodger.<br />...
Photo Identification Six-Point Question<br />Landing spot of Harmon Killebrew’s 520-foot home run hit June 3, 1967<br />(“...
Photo Identification Seven-Point Question<br />Which team was this former Federal League star playing for when he was bann...
Photo Identification Eight-Point Question<br />In which season did this stadium host its final Major League game?<br />197...
Photo Identification Nine-Point Question<br />Which of these players received the fewest Hall of Fame votes in the year he...
Photo Identification Ten-Point Question<br />Which of these catchers was never a Major League All-Star as a player?<br />R...
Photo Identification<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />Who was the last pitcher to appear in a game for this team?<br />Joe ...
Photo Identification Twelve-Point Question<br />Who is this team owner?<br />Horace Stoneham<br />(owner of the New York /...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br /> One-Point Question<br />Name one of the two current Major League teams that play ...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Two-Point Question<br />Which Easton, MD native’s career followed this path: Chica...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Three-Point Question<br />Which Senator won the 1953 AL batting AVG title by .001,...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Four-Point Question<br />Who was the first native of Washington, D.C. to receive a...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Five-Point Question<br />Who hit the first regular-season home run for the Washing...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Six-Point Question<br />Name the only Major League father-son combination who were...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Seven-Point Question<br />Which former AL Washington Senators (I) player appeared ...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Eight-Point Question<br />Which former Oriole founded Ellicott City-based Life Lin...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Nine-Point Question<br />Who was the last pitcher to win 20 or more games in a sea...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Ten-Point Question<br />What have only these players done? <br />Worn #8 for the B...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />On June 12, 1902, less than a month after playing his f...
Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Twelve-Point Question<br />Name the three pitchers who were the only players to ap...
Statistical Combinations<br />
Statistical Combinations<br /> One-Point Question<br />Name the three categories a batter must lead to win the Triple Crow...
Statistical Combinations<br />Two-Point Question<br />Name one of the three members of the 500 home run club who pitched i...
Statistical Combinations<br />Three-Point Question<br />Name either:<br />The player with the most career hits who never m...
Statistical Combinations<br />Four-Point Question<br />Name the four batters to hit 50 or more home runs during a season i...
Statistical Combinations<br />Five-Point Question<br />Name the five members of the 3,000 strikeout club who have walked f...
Statistical Combinations<br />Six-Point Question<br />Name the six San Francisco Giants sluggers who have won an NL home r...
Statistical Combinations<br />Seven-Point Question<br />Name the seven pitchers who won fewer than 10 games during a seaso...
Statistical Combinations<br />Eight-Point Question<br />Name the four Baltimore Orioles in the 20/20 (20 HR and 20 SB in t...
Statistical Combinations<br />Nine-Point Question<br />Which walking specialist is the only player in modern (post-1900) M...
Statistical Combinations<br />Ten-Point Question<br />Name the five pitchers who earned 300 career wins, but struck out fe...
Statistical Combinations<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />Name one of the two Hall of Famers who collected 100 or more care...
Statistical Combinations<br />Twelve-Point Question<br />Who is the only player to collect 250 or more career hits for the...
Final Round Questions<br />
Photo Identification<br />
Photo Identification One-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Ty Cobb<br />
Photo Identification Two-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Jim Rice<br />
Photo Identification Three-Point Question<br />Vic Wertz<br />(1954 World Series, Game 1, 8th inning)<br />Who hit this ba...
Photo Identification Four-Point Question<br />Who is this broadcaster?<br />Harry Kalas<br />(Phillies play-by-play announ...
Photo Identification Five-Point Question<br />With whom did this player share a Rookie of the Year Award?<br />Pat Zachry<...
Photo Identification Six-Point Question<br />Name one of the two teams this Hall of Famer played for.<br />St. Louis Brown...
Photo Identification Seven-Point Question<br />Who is this catcher?<br />Bob Swift<br />(catching Bob Cain for the Tigers ...
Photo Identification Eight-Point Question<br />Which Major League team did this Hall of Famer manage?<br />1914 FL St. Lou...
Photo Identification Nine-Point Question<br />Aside from the boastful logo, what was unique about this 1906 New York Giant...
Photo Identification Ten-Point Question<br />Against which team did this mascot play his two career Major League games?<br...
Photo Identification<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />Who is this Lieutenant General?<br />Commissioner William D. Eckert<b...
Photo Identification Twelve-Point Question<br />Which Eastern League team was owned by this Hall of Famer from 1919-29?<br...
Postseason<br />
PostseasonOne-Point Question<br />Who hit the “called shot” home run off of Charley Root in Game 3 of the 1932 World Serie...
PostseasonTwo-Point Question<br />Name one of the two franchises that played their first postseason game in 1981. <br />Mi...
PostseasonThree-Point Question<br />Which umpire became infamous because of this play?<br />Don Denkinger<br />(Jorge Orta...
PostseasonFour-Point Question<br />Which Hall of Famer made his final Major League appearance as a pinch-hitter for Tug Mc...
PostseasonFive-Point Question<br />Which manager guided the Reds to their World Series victory over the 1919 Black Sox? <b...
PostseasonSix-Point Question<br />Who was the first pitcher to give up a World Series home run to Reggie Jackson?	<br />Jo...
PostseasonSeven-Point Question<br />Name one of the three men who have beaten the Yankees in a postseason series as both a...
PostseasonEight-Point Question<br />Who was the last pitcher to start the opening game of consecutive World Series? <br />...
PostseasonNine-Point Question<br />Who is the only manager to lead a Major League team to the World Series and a Nippon Pr...
PostseasonTen-Point Question<br />Name the five teams for which Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson made postseason appearances...
PostseasonEleven-Point Question<br />Who was the first player to hit a home run in the All-Star Game and in the World Seri...
PostseasonTwelve-Point Question<br />Which Oriole was the first player to hit a single, double, and triple in one World Se...
Potpourri<br />
PotpourriOne-Point Question<br />Which Hall of Famer&apos;s career followed this path: San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Ind...
PotpourriTwo-Point Question<br />Name one of the two perfect game pitchers who attended Point Loma High School in San Dieg...
PotpourriThree-Point Question<br />Name one of the two players Charlie Finley attempted to sell to the Red Sox for $1,000,...
PotpourriFour-Point Question<br />Which All-Star second baseman signed a $600,000 contract with the Devil Rays for the 200...
PotpourriFive-Point Question<br />Name the five Hall of Fame pitchers whose Major League careers began after the advent of...
PotpourriSix-Point Question<br />Name three of the six pitchers who have thrown a perfect game, and at least one additiona...
PotpourriSeven-Point Question<br />What pitcher gave up the first regular-season home run to an Expos batter? <br />Tom Se...
PotpourriEight-Point Question<br />Name two of the three Major League pitchers who later went on to serve in the United St...
PotpourriNine-Point Question<br />Which Hall of Famer missed half of the 1918 season while he was stationed aboard a US Na...
PotpourriTen-Point Question<br />Name one of the two Hall of Fame catchers who shared backstop duties for the 1923-24 Hill...
PotpourriEleven-Point Question<br />Who hit the most career triples among players not enshrined in the Hall of Fame? <br /...
PotpourriTwelve-Point Question<br />Which four players appeared in a Major League game when they were older than the sitti...
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Sabr 39 Individual Trivia Finals

  1. 1. SABR 39 Individual Trivia Semifinal and Final Rounds<br />August 1, 2009<br />© 2009 T. Scott Brandon and Horsehide Trivia<br />All photos © their respective owners<br />
  2. 2. Categories<br />Photo Identification<br />Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Statistical Combinations<br />Postseason<br />Potpourri<br />
  3. 3. SemiFinal Round Questions<br />
  4. 4. Photo Identification<br />
  5. 5. Photo Identification One-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Albert Pujols<br />
  6. 6. Photo Identification Two-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Honus Wagner<br />
  7. 7. Photo Identification Three-Point Question<br />Whose bat is this?<br />Mike Piazza<br />(2000 World Series, Game 2, 1st inning)<br />
  8. 8. Photo Identification Four-Point Question<br />What is this mascot called?<br />Youppi!<br />
  9. 9. Photo Identification Five-Point Question<br />Name one of the four Major League teams managed by this former Dodger.<br />Phillies, Expos, Twins, or Angels <br />(1944 Dodger Gene Mauch managed the 1960-68 Phillies / 1969-75 Expos / 1976-80 Twins / 1981-82, 85-87 Angels)<br />
  10. 10. Photo Identification Six-Point Question<br />Landing spot of Harmon Killebrew’s 520-foot home run hit June 3, 1967<br />(“Killebrew Seat,” located in the Mall of America amusement park)<br />What does this seat represent?<br />
  11. 11. Photo Identification Seven-Point Question<br />Which team was this former Federal League star playing for when he was banned by Commissioner Landis?<br />1920 New York Giants<br />(Benny Kauff, who was permanently banned for auto theft)<br />
  12. 12. Photo Identification Eight-Point Question<br />In which season did this stadium host its final Major League game?<br />1976<br />(The Expos and Phillies played a doubleheader on September 26, 1976 on the final day of Major League play at ParcJarry)<br />
  13. 13. Photo Identification Nine-Point Question<br />Which of these players received the fewest Hall of Fame votes in the year he was elected?<br />Tris Speaker (165 votes in 1937)<br />(Eddie Collins received 213 in 1939, Ty Cobb received 222 in 1936)<br />
  14. 14. Photo Identification Ten-Point Question<br />Which of these catchers was never a Major League All-Star as a player?<br />Ralph Houk(Aaron Robinson All-Star 1947, Yogi Berra All-Star 1948-62)<br />
  15. 15. Photo Identification<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />Who was the last pitcher to appear in a game for this team?<br />Joe Grzenda(on the mound when the fans rushed the field in the bottom of the 9th inning on September 30, 1971)<br />
  16. 16. Photo Identification Twelve-Point Question<br />Who is this team owner?<br />Horace Stoneham<br />(owner of the New York / San Francisco Giants from 1936-76)<br />
  17. 17. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />
  18. 18. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br /> One-Point Question<br />Name one of the two current Major League teams that play their home games within Bob Davids Chapter boundaries. <br />Baltimore Orioles<br /> or <br />Washington Nationals<br />
  19. 19. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Two-Point Question<br />Which Easton, MD native’s career followed this path: Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, Oakland A&apos;s, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles, Cleveland Indians, Baltimore Orioles, Chicago White Sox? <br />Harold Baines<br />
  20. 20. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Three-Point Question<br />Which Senator won the 1953 AL batting AVG title by .001, edging Al Rosen and keeping Rosen from winning the Triple Crown? <br />Mickey Vernon<br />(.337 to Rosen’s .336)<br />
  21. 21. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Four-Point Question<br />Who was the first native of Washington, D.C. to receive a vote in the Hall of Fame balloting? <br />Lu Blue<br />(received one vote in 1954)<br />
  22. 22. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Five-Point Question<br />Who hit the first regular-season home run for the Washington Nationals? <br />Terrmel Sledge<br />(April 4, 2005, 6th inning)<br />
  23. 23. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Six-Point Question<br />Name the only Major League father-son combination who were both born in Washington, D.C.<br />Maury and Bump Wills<br />
  24. 24. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Seven-Point Question<br />Which former AL Washington Senators (I) player appeared in his final Major League game in 1983? <br />Jim Kaat<br />(the last original AL Senator, Kaat debuted for the 1959 Senators, and played his final Major League game for the Cardinals in 1983)<br />(N.B. Senators (II) alumni Larry Biitner, Bill Fahey, and Aurelio Rodriguez also made their final appearance in 1983)<br />
  25. 25. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Eight-Point Question<br />Which former Oriole founded Ellicott City-based Life Line Ministries after retiring from baseball? <br />Pat (Harold Patrick) Kelly<br />
  26. 26. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Nine-Point Question<br />Who was the last pitcher to win 20 or more games in a season for a Major League team in Washington D.C.? <br />Bob Porterfield<br />(22 wins in 1953 for Senators [I])<br />
  27. 27. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Ten-Point Question<br />What have only these players done? <br />Worn #8 for the Baltimore Orioles:Dick Kryhoski (1954), Jim Pyburn (1955-57), Buddy Peterson (1957), Foster Castleman (1958), Jerry Adair (1959), Bobby Avila (1959), Valmy Thomas (1960), Gene Stephens (1960-61), Marv Throneberry (1961-62), Andy Etchebarren (1962, 65-75), Boog Powell (1964), Tim Nordbrook (1976), Dave Skaggs (1977-80), Cal Ripken Jr. (1981-2001)<br />
  28. 28. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />On June 12, 1902, less than a month after playing his final Major League game, which Senator became the first American League veteran to pass away? <br />Tim Donahue<br />(died of an unspecified disease)<br />
  29. 29. Baseball in the Bob Davids Chapter<br />Twelve-Point Question<br />Name the three pitchers who were the only players to appear in a game for both the 1960 Washington Senators (I) and 1961 Washington Senators (II) (four points for each correct response).<br />Rudy HernandezHector MaestriHal Woodeshick<br />
  30. 30. Statistical Combinations<br />
  31. 31. Statistical Combinations<br /> One-Point Question<br />Name the three categories a batter must lead to win the Triple Crown.<br />Batting Average<br />Home Runs<br />Runs Batted In<br />
  32. 32. Statistical Combinations<br />Two-Point Question<br />Name one of the three members of the 500 home run club who pitched in the Major Leagues.<br />Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, or Ted Williams<br />(Ruth pitched 1914-21, 30, 33; Foxx pitched 1939, 45; Williams pitched 1940)<br />
  33. 33. Statistical Combinations<br />Three-Point Question<br />Name either:<br />The player with the most career hits who never managed in the Major Leagues<br />—or—<br />The pitcher with the most career wins who never managed in the Major Leagues.<br />Hank Aaron<br />(3,771 H)<br />(Pete Rose and Ty Cobb both managed)<br />Or<br />Pete Alexander<br />(373 W)<br />(Cy Young, Walter Johnson and Christy Mathewson all managed)<br />
  34. 34. Statistical Combinations<br />Four-Point Question<br />Name the four batters to hit 50 or more home runs during a season in which they struck out 150 or more times (one point for each correct response).<br />Cecil Fielder<br />(51 HR 182 K in 1990)<br />Ryan Howard<br />(58 HR 181 K in 2006)<br />Mark McGwire<br />(58 HR 158 K in 1997; 70 HR 155 K in 1998)<br />Sammy Sosa<br />(66 HR 171 K in 1998; 63 HR 171 K in 1999; 50 HR 168 K in 2000; 64 HR 153 K in 2001)<br />
  35. 35. Statistical Combinations<br />Five-Point Question<br />Name the five members of the 3,000 strikeout club who have walked fewer than 1,000 batters (one point for each correct response).<br />Curt Schilling <br />(711)<br />Pedro Martinez <br />(752 through Aug 1 2009)<br />Fergie Jenkins <br />(997)<br />Greg Maddux <br />(999)<br />
  36. 36. Statistical Combinations<br />Six-Point Question<br />Name the six San Francisco Giants sluggers who have won an NL home run title (one point for each correct response).<br />Orlando Cepeda<br />(1961)<br />Willie Mays <br />(1962, 64-65)<br />Willie McCovey<br />(1963 [tied w/ Aaron], 68-69)<br />Kevin Mitchell <br />(1989)<br />Barry Bonds <br />(1993, 2001)<br />Matt Williams <br />(1994)<br />
  37. 37. Statistical Combinations<br />Seven-Point Question<br />Name the seven pitchers who won fewer than 10 games during a season in which they won the Cy Young Award (one point for each correct response).<br />Eric Gagne (2 in 2003)<br />Mark Davis (4 in 1989)<br />Steve Bedrosian (5 in 1987)<br />Rollie Fingers (6 in 1981)<br />Bruce Sutter (6 in 1979)<br />Dennis Eckersley (7 in 1992)<br />Willie Hernandez (9 in 1984)<br />
  38. 38. Statistical Combinations<br />Eight-Point Question<br />Name the four Baltimore Orioles in the 20/20 (20 HR and 20 SB in the same season) club (two points for each correct response). <br />Paul Blair<br />(26 HR 20 SB in 1969)<br />Don Baylor<br />(25 HR 32 SB in 1975)<br />Reggie Jackson<br />(27 HR 28 SB in 1976)<br />Brady Anderson<br />(21 HR 53 SB in 1992, 50 HR 21 SB in 1996, 24 HR 36 SB in 1999)<br />
  39. 39. Statistical Combinations<br />Nine-Point Question<br />Which walking specialist is the only player in modern (post-1900) Major League history to score more runs than he had hits in a season (minimum 100 H)? <br />Former Baltimore Oriole<br />Max Bishop<br />(111 H 117 R in 1930)<br />
  40. 40. Statistical Combinations<br />Ten-Point Question<br />Name the five pitchers who earned 300 career wins, but struck out fewer than 2,000 batters (two points for each correct response).<br />Pud Galvin (1,806)Charley Radbourn (1,830)Mickey Welch (1,850)<br />Kid Nichols (1,868)John Clarkson (1,978)<br />
  41. 41. Statistical Combinations<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />Name one of the two Hall of Famers who collected 100 or more career RBI without hitting a home run. <br />Candy Cummings (107) or Waite Hoyt (100)<br />(N.B. 18 non-Hall of Famers had 100+ RBI without a HR, led by Dave Eggler with 242)<br />
  42. 42. Statistical Combinations<br />Twelve-Point Question<br />Who is the only player to collect 250 or more career hits for the AL Milwaukee Brewers and also the NL Milwaukee Brewers? <br />Jeff Cirillo(472 AL, 528 NL [N.B. Fernando Vina, with 320 AL & 239 NL, is the only other player to collect 200 or more hits for both versions of the team])<br />
  43. 43. Final Round Questions<br />
  44. 44. Photo Identification<br />
  45. 45. Photo Identification One-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Ty Cobb<br />
  46. 46. Photo Identification Two-Point Question<br />Who is this player?<br />Jim Rice<br />
  47. 47. Photo Identification Three-Point Question<br />Vic Wertz<br />(1954 World Series, Game 1, 8th inning)<br />Who hit this ball?<br />
  48. 48. Photo Identification Four-Point Question<br />Who is this broadcaster?<br />Harry Kalas<br />(Phillies play-by-play announcer 1971-2009)<br />
  49. 49. Photo Identification Five-Point Question<br />With whom did this player share a Rookie of the Year Award?<br />Pat Zachry<br />(Butch Metzger and Pat Zachry shared the 1976 NL Rookie of the Year Award)<br />
  50. 50. Photo Identification Six-Point Question<br />Name one of the two teams this Hall of Famer played for.<br />St. Louis Browns (1905-06, 14) or New York Highlanders (1907)<br />(Branch Rickey, shown here as a GM)<br />© 2009 T. Scott Brandon and Horsehide Trivia<br />All photos © their respective owners<br />
  51. 51. Photo Identification Seven-Point Question<br />Who is this catcher?<br />Bob Swift<br />(catching Bob Cain for the Tigers when Eddie Gaedel came to bat on August 19, 1951)<br />
  52. 52. Photo Identification Eight-Point Question<br />Which Major League team did this Hall of Famer manage?<br />1914 FL St. Louis Terriers<br />(Mordecai “Three Finger” Brown)<br />
  53. 53. Photo Identification Nine-Point Question<br />Aside from the boastful logo, what was unique about this 1906 New York Giants uniform?<br />It was the first collarless Major League uniform<br />
  54. 54. Photo Identification Ten-Point Question<br />Against which team did this mascot play his two career Major League games?<br />Brooklyn Superbas(Charlie “Victory” Faust pitched the 9th inning for the Giants against the Superbas on October 7 and 12 (game 2), 1911)<br />
  55. 55. Photo Identification<br />Eleven-Point Question<br />Who is this Lieutenant General?<br />Commissioner William D. Eckert<br />
  56. 56. Photo Identification Twelve-Point Question<br />Which Eastern League team was owned by this Hall of Famer from 1919-29?<br />New Haven Weissmen (1919-20) / Indians (1921-22) / Profs (1923-29)<br />
  57. 57. Postseason<br />
  58. 58. PostseasonOne-Point Question<br />Who hit the “called shot” home run off of Charley Root in Game 3 of the 1932 World Series? <br />Babe Ruth<br />
  59. 59. PostseasonTwo-Point Question<br />Name one of the two franchises that played their first postseason game in 1981. <br />Milwaukee Brewers or Montreal Expos<br />
  60. 60. PostseasonThree-Point Question<br />Which umpire became infamous because of this play?<br />Don Denkinger<br />(Jorge Orta’s leadoff single in the 1985 World Series, Game 6, 9th inning)<br />
  61. 61. PostseasonFour-Point Question<br />Which Hall of Famer made his final Major League appearance as a pinch-hitter for Tug McGraw in Game 3 of the 1973 World Series? <br />Willie Mays<br />
  62. 62. PostseasonFive-Point Question<br />Which manager guided the Reds to their World Series victory over the 1919 Black Sox? <br />Pat Moran<br />
  63. 63. PostseasonSix-Point Question<br />Who was the first pitcher to give up a World Series home run to Reggie Jackson? <br />Jon Matlack<br />1973, Game 7, 6th inning<br />
  64. 64. PostseasonSeven-Point Question<br />Name one of the three men who have beaten the Yankees in a postseason series as both a player and a manager.<br />Rogers Hornsby,<br />Billy Southworth orMike Scioscia<br />(Hornsby 1926 WS [p/m]; Southworth 1926 WS[p]; 1942 WS[m] / Scioscia 1981 WS[p]; 2002 ALDS, 2005 ALDS[m])<br />
  65. 65. PostseasonEight-Point Question<br />Who was the last pitcher to start the opening game of consecutive World Series? <br />Jack Morris (for 1991 Twins vs. Braves [Charlie Liebrandt], for 1992 Blue Jays vs. Braves [Tom Glavine])<br />
  66. 66. PostseasonNine-Point Question<br />Who is the only manager to lead a Major League team to the World Series and a Nippon Professional Baseball League team to the Japan Series (three points each for the manager, ML team and NPB team)? <br />Bobby Valentine <br />(ML 2000 New York Mets, NPB 2005 Chiba Lotte Marines)<br />
  67. 67. PostseasonTen-Point Question<br />Name the five teams for which Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson made postseason appearances (two points for each correct response).<br />Oakland A’s <br />(1981, 89-90, 92)<br />Toronto Blue Jays<br />(1993)<br />San Diego Padres<br />(1996)<br />New York Mets<br />(1999)<br />Seattle Mariners<br />(2000)<br />
  68. 68. PostseasonEleven-Point Question<br />Who was the first player to hit a home run in the All-Star Game and in the World Series in the same season? <br />Joe Medwick(1934)<br />
  69. 69. PostseasonTwelve-Point Question<br />Which Oriole was the first player to hit a single, double, and triple in one World Series game? <br />Kiko Garcia1979 Game 3<br />
  70. 70. Potpourri<br />
  71. 71. PotpourriOne-Point Question<br />Which Hall of Famer&apos;s career followed this path: San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Indians, Texas Rangers, San Diego Padres, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees, Atlanta Braves, Seattle Mariners, Kansas City Royals?<br />Gaylord Perry<br />
  72. 72. PotpourriTwo-Point Question<br />Name one of the two perfect game pitchers who attended Point Loma High School in San Diego, CA.<br />Don Larsen or David Wells<br />
  73. 73. PotpourriThree-Point Question<br />Name one of the two players Charlie Finley attempted to sell to the Red Sox for $1,000,000 each in 1976. <br />Rollie Fingers or Joe Rudi<br />(the sale was voided by Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, citing the “best interests of baseball”)<br />
  74. 74. PotpourriFour-Point Question<br />Which All-Star second baseman signed a $600,000 contract with the Devil Rays for the 2005 season before announcing his retirement during Spring Training? <br />Roberto Alomar<br />
  75. 75. PotpourriFive-Point Question<br />Name the five Hall of Fame pitchers whose Major League careers began after the advent of the Cy Young Award who never won a Cy Young (one point for each correct response). <br />Juan MarichalPhil NiekroDon SuttonNolan RyanRich Gossage<br />
  76. 76. PotpourriSix-Point Question<br />Name three of the six pitchers who have thrown a perfect game, and at least one additional no-hitter in the Major Leagues (two points for each correct response).<br />Cy Young (May 5, 1904 / Jun 30, 1908)Addie Joss (Oct 2, 1908 / Apr 20, 1910)Jim Bunning (Jun 21, 1964 / Jul 20, 1958)Sandy Koufax (Sep 9, 1965 / Jun 30, 1962; May 11, 1963; Jun 4, 1964)Randy Johnson (May 18, 2004 / Jun 2, 1990)Mark Buehrle(Jul 23, 2009 / Apr 18, 2007)<br />
  77. 77. PotpourriSeven-Point Question<br />What pitcher gave up the first regular-season home run to an Expos batter? <br />Tom Seaver<br />(to Dan McGinn, April 8, 1969, 4th inning)<br />
  78. 78. PotpourriEight-Point Question<br />Name two of the three Major League pitchers who later went on to serve in the United States Congress.<br />John K. Tener Vinegar Bend Mizellor Jim Bunning<br />(N.B. Larry Jackson served in the ID State Legislature)<br />
  79. 79. PotpourriNine-Point Question<br />Which Hall of Famer missed half of the 1918 season while he was stationed aboard a US Navy submarine? <br />Harry Heilmann<br />
  80. 80. PotpourriTen-Point Question<br />Name one of the two Hall of Fame catchers who shared backstop duties for the 1923-24 Hilldale Daisies.<br />Louis Santop or Biz Mackey<br />
  81. 81. PotpourriEleven-Point Question<br />Who hit the most career triples among players not enshrined in the Hall of Fame? <br />Ed Konetchy182, tied for 15th place (N.B. Konetchy is the only non-Hall of Famer in the career top 20)<br />
  82. 82. PotpourriTwelve-Point Question<br />Which four players appeared in a Major League game when they were older than the sitting U.S. President (two points for each aged player and one point for each younger President)? <br />Dan Broutherson Oct 4, 1904(b. May 8, 1858, Theodore Roosevelt b. Oct 27, 1858)Jim O&apos;Rourkeon Oct 4, 1904(b. Sep 1, 1850, Theodore Roosevelt b. Oct 27, 1858)<br />Nick Altrockon Oct 1, 1933<br />(b. Sep 15, 1876, Franklin D. Roosevelt b. Jan 30, 1882)Satchel Paige on Sep 25, 1965(b. on or before Jul 7, 1906, Lyndon B. Johnson b. Aug 27, 1908)<br />
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