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Question 1: Prior to 1931, such hits were considered ________.
StrikeoutHome runRun (baseball)Walk-off home run

Question 2: Run • ________ • Caught stealing
Stolen baseStrikeoutBunt (baseball)Home run

Question 3: The all-time leader in doubles is ________, with 792.
Ty CobbBabe RuthTris SpeakerFrank Robinson

Question 4: ________ • On-base percentage • Slugging percentage • On-base plus slugging • Hits • Doubles • Triples • Home runs • Grand slam • RBI • Game-winning RBI • Bunt • Sacrifice bunt • Sacrifice fly
Batting averagePerfect gameNo-hitterRun (baseball)

Question 5: ________, one of the most famous doubles in baseball history
1997 American League Division SeriesThe Double (Seattle Mariners)2000 American League Division Series1995 American League Division Series

Question 6: Doubles typically drive in runs from third base, second base, and even from ________ at times.
Cleanup hitterFirst basemanDesignated hitterBatting order (baseball)

Question 7: The rules of the ________ (Minneapolis, Minnesota) award a ground rule double if the ball becomes stuck in the Teflon ceiling.
Metropolitan StadiumMinnesota TwinsHubert H. Humphrey MetrodomeTarget Field

Question 8: An example of this occurs where the rules of ________ (Chicago, Illinois) award a ground rule double if a batted ball hangs in the vines on the outfield bleacher wall.
Wrigley FieldHarry CarayChicago CubsChicago Cubs franchise history

Question 9: Win–loss record • Pitchers of record • Save • Hold • Earned run • ERA • Complete game • Shutout • ________ • Perfect game • Wild pitch • Passed ball • Strikeout • WHIP
Home runGrand slam (baseball)Run (baseball)No-hitter


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