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Charlie Maxwell: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: In 1960, Maxwell's ________ dropped to .237, though he still hit 24 home runs and batted in 84 runs.
On-base percentageGrand slam (baseball)Run (baseball)Batting average

Question 2: After batting .194 in 30 games in 1962, the Tigers traded Maxwell to the ________ on June 25, 1962.
Chicago White SoxMark BuehrleChicago White Sox all-time rosterOzzie Guillén

Question 3: ________
List of Major League Baseball players with 1000 RBIsList of Major League Baseball home run championsList of Major League Baseball players with 2000 hitsList of top 500 Major League Baseball home run hitters

Question 4: Maxwell's defensive performance remained strong in 1960, as he led all ________ outfielders in fielding percentage for the second time in his career.
National LeagueAmerican LeagueBaseballMajor League Baseball

Question 5: He was also one of the top power hitters in baseball during his peak years with the ________ from 1956-1960, finishing four times among the league leaders in home runs.
Sparky AndersonWest Michigan WhitecapsDetroit TigersDetroit Tigers all-time roster

Question 6: Today Charlie still keeps his permanent residence in Paw Paw while also dividing his time at his other home in ________ during the Fall and Winter months.
Siesta Key, FloridaSarasota, FloridaEnglewood, FloridaLongboat Key, Florida

Question 7: ________ (19501954)
Boston Red Sox all-time rosterBoston Red SoxBabe Ruth2004 Boston Red Sox season

Question 8: His .326 batting average in 1956 was 4th in the AL behind Mantle, Williams and ________
Ty Cobb2006 American League Division SeriesMickey CochraneHarvey Kuenn

Question 9: In 1951, Maxwell remained with the Red Sox but saw limited playing time as the backup left fielder for ________.
Frank RobinsonAndre DawsonTed WilliamsCarl Yastrzemski

Question 10: In 1949, Maxwell won the Triple Crown in the Class B Piedmont League, with a .345 ________, 29 home runs, and 112 RBIs.
Grand slam (baseball)On-base percentageRun (baseball)Batting average
















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