Trivia Quiz

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Q1:   44% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 44 points
In 1993, what Philadelphia Phillies player wore the number 99, the highest number ever worn in a World Series?
Jim Eisenreich
Lenny Dykstra
Bill Voiselle
Mitch Williams
Harry Bright

Q2:   17% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 17 points
Who set a record by hitting five home runs during the 1977 World Series?
Earl "The Pearl" Monroe
Pete "Charlie Hustle" Rose
Reggie Jackson
Bo Jackson
Tito Jackson

Q3:   62% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 62 points
Who set a record by pitching in seven games of the 1973 World Series?
Roger Maris
Mark Fidrych
Mickey Lolich
Darold Knowles
Bob Uecker

Q4:   33% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 33 points
In 1968, who pitched 17 strikeouts in one World Series game?
Thurman Munson
Bob Gibson
Bob Feller
Lefty Grove
Don Mattingly

Q5:   72% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 72 points
Who set a record by hitting .439 in four World Series games?
Bobby Brown
Mooky Wilson
Sammy Sosa
Mark McGwire
Tommy John

Q6:   47% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 47 points
What two pitcher brothers both played in and won World Series games?
Dizzy and Daffy Dean
Juan and Jesus Alu
Jack and Don Larsen
Sandy and Andy Koufax
Nolan and Steve Ryan

Q7:   44% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 44 points
Which of these players never played in a World Series game?
Ernie Banks
Hank Aaron
Ted Williams
Whitey Ford
Pete Rose

Q8:   84% of 25780 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 84 points
What player's record of consecutive hits in one World Series game was unbeaten for more than 50 years?
Lou Gehrig
Babe Ruth
Hank Greenberg
Goose Goslin
Honus Wagner

Q9:   68% of 25779 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 68 points
Who was the first U.S. president to throw out the first ball in a World Series?
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Grover Cleveland Alexander
Gerald Ford

Q10:   66% of 25779 players got this question wrong, so it's worth 66 points
What notorious gambler was accused, but never convicted of "fixing" the 1919 World Series?
Dutch Schultz
Al Capone
Arnold Rothstein
Bat Masterson
Bugsy Siegel

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