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Question 1: Roadway Express is also a sponsor of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in ________.
Kansas City, MissouriKansas City Metropolitan AreaIndependence, MissouriSt. Louis, Missouri

Question 2: (See Baseball Before We Knew It and ________ for other possible origins).
History of baseball in the United StatesNational Association of Base Ball PlayersOrigins of baseballTown ball

Question 3: The park was considered for the filming of the 1992 movie ________ starring Madonna and Geena Davis, but filming could not fit around the home schedule of the Double A London Tigers of the Eastern League.
Chicago CubsWrigley FieldErnie BanksA League of Their Own

Question 4: After the Tecumsehs, Goldsmith went on to pitch for the Troy, New York Trojans in 1879, National League's Chicago White Stockings from 1880 to 1884 and the American Association's ________, also in 1884.
Baltimore Orioles all-time rosterDavey JohnsonBaltimore OriolesBowie Baysox

Question 5: The scheduled ________ (courtesy of the City of London) after the game over the adjacent riverforks were cancelled due to high winds.
FireworksConsumer fireworksUnited StatesHawaii

Question 6: On September 14, 1921, the Tecumsehs won the Michigan-Ontario Baseball League championship, 1-0 over ________, before 1,000 people at Tecumseh Park.
Bay County, MichiganBay City, MichiganMidland, MichiganSaginaw, Michigan

Question 7: pitcher Fred Goldsmith of ________ (believed by many to be the co-inventor of the curveball along with Candy Cummings of Ware, Massachusetts)
New Haven, ConnecticutHartford, ConnecticutBridgeport, ConnecticutWaterbury, Connecticut

Question 8: Gibson played in the Major Leagues until 1918, 12 years with the Pirates and two years with the ________, appearing in 1,213 games.
2009 New York Giants seasonNew York GiantsNew York Jets2007 New York Giants season

Question 9: Diamonds of the North: A Concise History of Baseball in Canada by William Humber (________, 1995), ISBN 0-19-541039-4.
Oxford University PressLondonJohn Fell (clergyman)United Kingdom

Question 10: The commercials were titled "Caught," "Batting Practice," "Tabloid," "Never Poured" and "Manager." The commercial "Never Poured" was shortlisted at the 2006 ________.
2004 Cannes Film FestivalPalme d'Or2002 Cannes Film FestivalCannes Film Festival







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