MLB Trivia Challenge Sponsored By Generational Equity: Quiz 2

6 Questions | Total Attempts: 40

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Welcome to Quiz #2 in our season-long MLB Trivia Challenge! Before we let you begin, we'll give you one more opportunity to read the rules and information so you are familiar with how everything will work. If you're ready to go, then start answering. Just 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.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What pitcher recorded the most strikeouts during his first four MLB seasons? (Time frame hint: since 1893) (spelling counts, use first and last name)
  • 2. 
    Alex Rodriguez (22) is one back of Lou Gehrig (23) on the all-time grand slam list. As of May 4th, 2011, the two were tied on the all-time list for another impressive, though more obscure, type of single game feat. What is it?  (podcast provides further clarification and context for this question)
  • 3. 
    As of May 4th, 2011, how many no-hitters have the Florida Marlins had in their franchise's history? (answer will just be a number)
  • 4. 
    Warren Spahn has more wins than any other pitcher since the 1930s. Who is second on the list behind Spahn? (use first and last name)
  • 5. 
    What player leads all active* pitchers in career starts? * - by active we mean currently on a Major League roster. (use first and last name)
  • 6. 
    Will Carroll believes that all teams should be checking the biomechanics of their pitchers. He specifically mentions Steven Strasburg and the Washington Nationals. What city did he suggest that the Nationals should have spent $5,000 to send Strasburg to? (answer is one word only, just the city name)
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