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Question 1: The official rulebook of ________ states in Rule 10.05[3]:
Baseball awardsMajor League BaseballNational LeagueAmerican League

Question 2: Win–loss record • Pitchers of record • Save • Hold • Earned run • ERA • Complete game • Shutout • ________ • Perfect game • Wild pitch • Passed ball • Strikeout • WHIP
Grand slam (baseball)No-hitterRun (baseball)Home run

Question 3: In 1887, ________ counted bases on balls (walks) as hits.
National LeagueMajor League BaseballBaseball awardsAmerican League

Question 4: ________
List of Major League Baseball players with 1000 runsList of top 500 Major League Baseball home run hittersList of Major League Baseball players with 1000 RBIsList of Major League Baseball players with 2000 hits

Question 5: If the pitcher allows no runners to reach base, the no-hitter is a ________.
Perfect gameGrand slam (baseball)BaseballHome run

Question 6: ________ • 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
No-hitterPerfect gameRun (baseball)Batting average

Question 7: A ________ is a game in which one of the teams prevented the other from getting a hit.
Grand slam (baseball)Save (baseball)Perfect gameNo-hitter

Question 8: ________
Cap AnsonJim O'Rourke (baseball)List of lifetime MLB hit leaders through historyStan Musial

Question 9: ________
List of major league baseball hit recordsRickey HendersonPete RoseBoston Red Sox

Question 10: Run • ________ • Caught stealing
Home runStolen baseBunt (baseball)Strikeout


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