MLB Trivia Challenge Podcast Sponsored By Generational Equity: Quiz 10

6 Questions | Total Attempts: 41

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Welcome to Quiz #10 in our season-long MLB Trivia Challenge! Remember that only your first entry counts, and SPELLING MATTERS. We will have no sympathy if you miss questions because of misspellings or not following directions. (And if you have a problem with this, we've hired Lou Piniella to be in charge of Listener Relations, so good luck with that. ) Also: After each question it tells you how many words the answer should be. Make sure you use that as a guide when you submit your answer. READ THE DIRECTIONS FOR HOW TO ANSWER!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Name the 3 outfielders in Detroit Tigers history who have won a gold glove.
    • Answering instructions: use First and Last names only for each, no nicknames; list alphabetically by last name; separate full names with commas.
  • 2. 
    Since 1970, 4 players have led Cincinnati Reds in batting average, HR, and RBI in a single season (minimum 375 at bats). Name all four players.
    • Answering instructions: use First and Last names only for each, no nicknames; list alphabetically by last name; separate full names with commas.
  • 3. 
    Who is the only pitcher to have a 20-win season for both the Yankees and Mets? 
    • Answering instructions: use most common first and last name only; no nicknames; no punctuation
  • 4. 
    Roy Halladay has the most wins of all MLB pitchers since June of 1999. What pitcher has the second-most wins since June of 1999?
    • Answering instructions: use most common first and last name only; no nicknames; no punctuation
  • 5. 
    Who is the only player since Bath Ruth to lead the majors in RBI for three consecutive years? 
    • Answering instructions: use most common first and last name only; no nicknames; no punctuation
  • 6. 
    BONUS QUESTION: What pitcher does Jim Margalus say "might not have been as successful in the American League"?
    • Answering instructions: use most common first and last name only; no nicknames; no punctuation