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Question 1: July 9 - The Oakland Athletics beat the California Angels 1–0 in 20 innings – the longest shutout in ________ history.
National LeagueBaseballMajor League BaseballAmerican League

Question 2: Only one other team in ML history, the 1920 ________, boasted four 20-game winners.
Mark BuehrleOzzie GuillénChicago White Sox all-time rosterChicago White Sox

Question 3: September 29 - The ________' Ron Hunt is hit by a pitch for the 50th time of the season.
Washington NationalsMontreal ExposPedro MartínezGary Carter

Question 4:
  • ________ hits his 100th career home run.
    Sandy KoufaxFrank RobinsonJohnny BenchPete Rose

Question 5: September 30 - The Washington Senators' lead 7-5 in their last home game, but forfeit the game to the ________, when, with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, fans storm the field.
New York YankeesNew York Yankees all-time rosterYogi BerraStaten Island Yankees

Question 6: It is the second no-hitter against Cincinnati this month, both in ________.
Riverfront StadiumCincinnati RedsCrosley FieldPete Rose

Question 7: ________ pitcher Vida Blue adds the American League MVP Award to his list of awards for 1971, easily outpointing teammate Sal Bando 268-182.
Reggie JacksonConnie Mack (baseball)Oakland Athletics all-time rosterOakland Athletics

Question 8: April 27 - ________ becomes the third player in Major League history to hit his 600th home run.
Joe TorreHank AaronWarren SpahnMilwaukee County Stadium

Question 9: ________: Yomiuri Giants over Hankyu Braves (4-1)
Japan Series2008 Japan Series2000 Japan Series1994 Japan Series

Question 10: The no-hitter is the first to be pitched in Pittsburgh in 64 years; none had been pitched in the 62-year (mid-1909 to mid-1970) history of Three Rivers Stadium's predecessor, ________.
Forbes FieldHeinz FieldExposition Park (Pittsburgh)Recreation Park (Pittsburgh)







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