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Question 1: As ________ got under way, the Tigers moved up in the standings because several of their top players, including Newhouser, were classified as 4-F (ineligible to the drafted).
World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 2: ________
List of Major League Baseball wins championsList of Major League Baseball strikeout championsList of Major League Baseball saves championsList of Major League Baseball stolen base champions

Question 3: This time, he won the pitcher's Triple Crown, leading the ________ in wins (25, against nine losses), ERA (1.81) and strikeouts (212).
National LeagueBaseball awardsMajor League BaseballAmerican League

Question 4: After retirement, Newhouser worked as a scout for the Houston Astros, ________, Cleveland Indians, and the Tigers.
Davey JohnsonBaltimore OriolesBaltimore Orioles all-time rosterBowie Baysox

Question 5: He didn't win a third MVP, but he was close, finishing a close second to ________.
Andre DawsonCarl YastrzemskiFrank RobinsonTed Williams

Question 6: Newhouser was considered to be the most dominating pitcher of the ________ era of baseball, winning a pitcher's triple crown for the Tigers in 1945.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 7: After being released by the Tigers following the 1953 season, Newhouser signed on with the powerful ________ and was their top long reliever in 1954, when Cleveland won the pennant.
Columbus ClippersAkron AerosCleveland Indians all-time rosterCleveland Indians

Question 8: ________
List of Major League Baseball leaders in career winsList of Major League Baseball runs batted in championsList of Major League Baseball strikeout championsList of Major League Baseball wins champions

Question 9: 2000: Nomo, Hideo________ | 2001: Weaver, JeffJeff Weaver | 2002: Weaver, JeffJeff Weaver | 2003: Maroth, MikeMike Maroth | 2004: Johnson, JasonJason Johnson | 2005: Bonderman, JeremyJeremy Bonderman | 2006: Rogers, KennyKenny Rogers |
Sandy KoufaxDon NewcombeHideo NomoFernando Valenzuela

Question 10: ________
Frank RobinsonLefty GroveMajor League Baseball titles leadersStan Musial







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