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Question 1: Given this, sabermetricians generally regard ________'s total of 749 complete games as the career baseball record most unlikely to ever be broken.
Dennis EckersleyCy YoungLefty GroveBabe Ruth

Question 2: The last pitcher to throw 30 complete games in a season was ________, who did so for the New York Yankees in 1975.
Reggie JacksonCatfish HunterBilly Martin2006 American League Division Series

Question 3: ________ • On-base percentage • Slugging percentage • On-base plus slugging • Hits • Singles • Doubles • Triples • Home runs • Grand slam • RBI • Game-winning RBI • Bunt • Sacrifice bunt • Sacrifice fly
Batting averageRun (baseball)Perfect gameNo-hitter

Question 4: The last pitcher to throw 25 complete games in a season was Rick Langford, who had 28 for the ________ in 1980.
Oakland Athletics all-time rosterReggie JacksonOakland AthleticsConnie Mack (baseball)

Question 5: In 2007, ________ of the Toronto Blue Jays led the MLB with seven complete games.
Roy HalladayPat GillickAaron Hill (baseball)Vernon Wells

Question 6: In 2006, Aaron Harang of the Cincinnati Reds led the NL with six complete games, and ________ of the Cleveland Indians led the AL, also with six.
CC Sabathia1995 American League Division Series2007 American League Division Series2001 American League Division Series

Question 7: The last pitcher to throw as many as 15 complete games in a single season was ________, who accomplished that feat for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1998.
Pedro MartínezCurt SchillingBoston Red SoxRoger Clemens

Question 8: Run • ________ • Stolen base percentage • Caught stealing
Bunt (baseball)StrikeoutStolen baseHome run

Question 9: The last pitcher to throw 20 complete games in a single season was ________, who did so for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1986.
Orel HershiserDon NewcombeFernando ValenzuelaHideo Nomo

Question 10: In ________, a complete game (denoted by CG) is the act of a pitcher pitching an entire game himself, without the benefit of a relief pitcher.
Baseball awardsTown ballBaseballSoftball







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