The Ultimate MLB - Milwaukee Brewers Trivia - 2

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  • 1. 

    In which year did the Milwaukee Brewers begin playing in the National League?

    • A.

      1997

    • B.

      1970

    • C.

      1998

    • D.

      1969

    Correct Answer
    C. 1998
    Explanation
    The Milwaukee Brewers began playing in the National League in 1998.

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  • 2. 

    During the Milwaukee Brewers' 1973 season, why was Opening Day postponed for four days?

    • A.

      Snowstorm

    • B.

      Hurricane

    • C.

      Strike

    • D.

      Construction Delays

    Correct Answer
    A. Snowstorm
    Explanation
    The Milwaukee Brewers' 1973 season's Opening Day was postponed for four days due to a snowstorm. The snowstorm likely caused unsafe playing conditions and made it impossible to hold the game as scheduled.

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  • 3. 

    Which Milwaukee Brewer won the American League MVP Award twice?

    • A.

      Cecil Cooper

    • B.

      Robin Yount

    • C.

      Rollie Fingers

    • D.

      Jim Gantner

    Correct Answer
    B. Robin Yount
    Explanation
    Robin Yount is the correct answer because he won the American League MVP Award twice during his career with the Milwaukee Brewers. Yount won the award in 1982 and 1989, making him the only player in Brewers history to win the MVP multiple times. He had an impressive career as a shortstop and outfielder, and his contributions to the team earned him this prestigious award.

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  • 4. 

    In 1992, the Milwaukee Brewers retired #34 which had been worn by whom?

    • A.

      Barry Bonds

    • B.

      Robin Yount

    • C.

      Rollie Fingers

    • D.

      Hank Aaron

    Correct Answer
    C. Rollie Fingers
    Explanation
    In 1992, the Milwaukee Brewers retired #34, which was worn by Rollie Fingers. This suggests that Rollie Fingers had a significant impact on the team or the sport of baseball during his time with the Milwaukee Brewers. The retirement of a player's number is often a way to honor their contributions and achievements, indicating that Fingers made a lasting impression on the team and its fans.

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  • 5. 

    What nickname was given to the 1987 Milwaukee Brewers?

    • A.

      Team Miracle

    • B.

      Team Streak

    • C.

      Team Looser

    • D.

      Team Cinderella

    Correct Answer
    B. Team Streak
    Explanation
    The nickname "Team Streak" was given to the 1987 Milwaukee Brewers because they had an impressive 13-game winning streak during that season. This streak was a remarkable achievement for the team and garnered attention and admiration from fans and the media. The nickname reflects the team's exceptional performance and their ability to consistently win games during that period.

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  • 6. 

    In which decade did the Milwaukee Brewers win two consecutive division championships?

    • A.

      1970's

    • B.

      It Never Happened

    • C.

      1990's

    • D.

      1980's

    Correct Answer
    D. 1980's
    Explanation
    The Milwaukee Brewers won two consecutive division championships in the 1980's.

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  • 7. 

    In 1976, Alex Grammas came to the Milwaukee Brewers as manager from which team?

    • A.

      St. Louis Cardinals

    • B.

      Atlanta Braves

    • C.

      Cincinnati Reds

    • D.

      New York Yankees

    Correct Answer
    C. Cincinnati Reds
    Explanation
    Alex Grammas came to the Milwaukee Brewers as manager in 1976 from the Cincinnati Reds.

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  • 8. 

    In 1974, what Major League record did Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Don Money set?

    • A.

      Most Errorless Games Played

    • B.

      Highest On-Base Percentage

    • C.

      Most RBIs By A Left-Handed Hitter

    • D.

      Most Consecutive Games Played

    Correct Answer
    A. Most Errorless Games Played
    Explanation
    Don Money set the Major League record for the most errorless games played in 1974. This means that throughout the season, he did not commit any errors while playing as a third baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers. This record reflects Money's exceptional defensive skills and consistency on the field.

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  • 9. 

    In 1981, the Brewers were stopped from advancing in the post-season by which team?

    • A.

      New York Yankees

    • B.

      Boston Red Sox

    • C.

      Cleveland Indians

    • D.

      Atlanta Braves

    Correct Answer
    A. New York Yankees
    Explanation
    In 1981, the Brewers were stopped from advancing in the post-season by the New York Yankees. This means that the Yankees defeated the Brewers in a game or series of games, preventing them from moving forward in the post-season.

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  • 10. 

    The 1982 Milwaukee Brewers team that won the AL pennant were affectionately known by what nickname?

    • A.

      Robin And The Batmen

    • B.

      The Big Cheese

    • C.

      The Beer City Brawlers

    • D.

      Harvey's Wallbangers

    Correct Answer
    D. Harvey's Wallbangers
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Harvey's Wallbangers." In 1982, the Milwaukee Brewers won the American League pennant and became known by this nickname. The nickname refers to the team's powerful lineup, led by manager Harvey Kuenn, who emphasized aggressive hitting and power. The term "Wallbangers" is a playful reference to the team's ability to hit the ball hard, often resulting in home runs or extra-base hits.

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  • 11. 

    What player was a part of the first two triple plays in Milwaukee Brewer history?

    • A.

      Jeff Cirillo

    • B.

      Sean Berry

    • C.

      Mark Loretta

    • D.

      Fernando Vina

    Correct Answer
    A. Jeff Cirillo
    Explanation
    Jeff Cirillo is the correct answer because he was a part of the first two triple plays in Milwaukee Brewer history. This implies that Cirillo was involved in two separate instances where the Brewers successfully executed a triple play during his time with the team.

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  • 12. 

    What player was the first in Milwaukee Brewer history to hit for the cycle?

    • A.

      Mike Hegan

    • B.

      Robin Yount

    • C.

      Hank Aaron

    • D.

      Paul Molitor

    Correct Answer
    A. Mike Hegan
    Explanation
    Mike Hegan was the first player in Milwaukee Brewer history to hit for the cycle. The cycle refers to a player hitting a single, double, triple, and home run in the same game. While players like Robin Yount, Hank Aaron, and Paul Molitor had illustrious careers with the Brewers, it was Mike Hegan who achieved this milestone first.

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  • 13. 

    Which player was not a part of the first triple play for the Milwaukee Brewers?

    • A.

      Sean Berry

    • B.

      Jeff Cirillo

    • C.

      Mark Loretta

    • D.

      David Nilsson

    Correct Answer
    A. Sean Berry
    Explanation
    Sean Berry was not a part of the first triple play for the Milwaukee Brewers. The question implies that there was a triple play involving the Milwaukee Brewers, and it asks which player was not involved. The other three players listed, Jeff Cirillo, Mark Loretta, and David Nilsson, were all part of the first triple play. Therefore, the correct answer is Sean Berry.

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  • 14. 

    What year did the Milwaukee Brewers being playing at Miller Park?

    • A.

      2000

    • B.

      2002

    • C.

      2001

    • D.

      2003

    Correct Answer
    C. 2001
    Explanation
    The Milwaukee Brewers began playing at Miller Park in 2001.

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  • 15. 

    Who hit the first grand slam in the history of the Milwaukee Brewers?

    • A.

      Roberto Pena

    • B.

      Hank Aaron

    • C.

      Robin Yount

    • D.

      Mike Hegan

    Correct Answer
    A. Roberto Pena
    Explanation
    Roberto Pena hit the first grand slam in the history of the Milwaukee Brewers.

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