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Monday February, 05 2007.
Baseball Trivia Question #7
By mvyb, 11:36

The answer to yesterday's question is one save for Boston closer, Keith Foulke, in the 2004 World Series. Foulke also picked up a win ( in Game 1).
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And now for today's question:
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Who started Game 1 of the 2001 World Series for the New York Yankees?  Did he earn a victory or a loss?
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Answer will be up tomorrow...

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Friday February, 02 2007.
Baseball Trivia Question #6
By mvyb, 12:03

The answer to yesterday's question is Eddie Murray, one of the greatest switch hitters the game has ever known. Among his many accomplishments, was his major league record 128 sacrifice flies ( one more then Cal Ripken Jr.)
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Today's question:
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How many games did Boston closer, Keith Foulke, save during the 2004 World Series?
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Answer will be up tomorrow...

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Thursday February, 01 2007.
Baseball Trivia Question #5
By mvyb, 10:53

The answer to yesterday's question was Alfonso Soriano and Adam Dunn, who both hit 40 or more homers, but came just shy of the 100 RBI mark. Washington's left fielder batted in 95 runners, while the big Cincinnati firstbaseman brought home 92.
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Now for today's question:
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Who holds the record for most sacrifice flies in a career?
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Answer will be posted tomorrow...

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Wednesday January, 31 2007.
Baseball Trivia Question #4
By mvyb, 12:01

Nice job, Deric! The answer to yesterday's trivia question was indeed Albert Pujols, who hit 37 homers in 2001 (his rookie year), 34 homers in 2002, 43 homers in 2003, and 46 homers in 2004. I did some research into this question, and found that Mark McGwire also hit 30+ home runs in his first four full seasons. But in 1986, when McGwire had his first 53 major league at-bats, he struck only 3 homers.
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(Albert Pujols)
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Now, for today's question:
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In 2006, there were 11 players in the majors who hit 40 or more home runs. Among those sluggers, only two did not drive in 100 or more runs. Name the two players.
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Answer will be posted tomorrow.

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Tuesday January, 30 2007.
Baseball Trivia Question #3
By mvyb, 14:49

The answer to yesterday's question was.... no, not Barry Bonds (he finished second), but Jeff Kent of the San Fransisco Giants. Kent batted .334 with 33 homers, 125 RBI, and 41 doubles in 2000.
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Today's question:
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Who is the only player to hit at least 30 home runs in his first four major league seasons?
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I'll post the answer tomorrow...

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Monday January, 29 2007.
Baseball Trivia Question #2
By mvyb, 11:22

The answer to yesterday's question, is indeed Whitey Ford. Nice job, AJ! Ford pitched in a record 22 World Series games (all with the Yankees), and established a 10-8 record with a 2.71 ERA.
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Today's question:
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Who won the 2000 National League MVP award?
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I'll post the answer tomorrow...

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Friday January, 26 2007.
Daily Baseball Trivia
By mvyb, 13:22

In an effort to get more visitors, Yankee Mania will now publish daily baseball trivia questions to go along with the usual posts. I won't be able to keep the questions on the the Yankees all the time, so the questions will be related to any MLB team (from any year).
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The trivia answers will be published the following day, along with a new question to puzzle over.
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And no cheating...let's see if you'all can get these questions correct using the baseball knowlege stuffed in your head.
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Question #1
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What major league pitcher has the most World Series victories?
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Answer will be up tomorrow...

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