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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  Mike Schmidt led the National League in home runs eight times, the second most such titles in MLB history.
  Harmon Killebrew led the league in home runs six times for the Minnesota Twins franchise, once while the team was in Washington and five times in Minnesota.
  Sammy Sosa led the National League in home runs twice, with 49 and 50, but finished second three times with home run counts of 66, 63, and 64.
  Sammy Sosa led the National League in home runs twice, with 49 and 50, but finished second three times with home run counts of 66, 63, and 64.

Question 2: L Recognized "major leagues" include the current American and National Leagues and several defunct leagues – the American Association, the ________, the Players' League, and the Union Association.
BaseballMajor League BaseballFederal LeagueContinental League

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Lip Pike led the league with four home runs in 1877, the lowest total to ever lead a league.
  Ken Griffey, Jr. led the American League in home runs in four seasons during the 1990s, including three consecutively from 1997 to 1999.
  Mike Schmidt led the National League in home runs eight times, the second most such titles in MLB history.

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Sammy Sosa led the National League in home runs twice, with 49 and 50, but finished second three times with home run counts of 66, 63, and 64.
  Ken Griffey, Jr. led the American League in home runs in four seasons during the 1990s, including three consecutively from 1997 to 1999.
  Gavvy Cravath won six home run titles in the 1910s.

Question 5: [12] Maris' mark was in turn broken by both Mark McGwire and ________ during the 1998 home run record chase, with McGwire ultimately setting the mark at 70.
Andre DawsonRyne SandbergErnie BanksSammy Sosa

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  Alex Rodriguez led the American League in home runs five times, three with the Texas Rangers and twice with the New York Yankees.
  Ken Griffey, Jr. led the American League in home runs in four seasons during the 1990s, including three consecutively from 1997 to 1999.
  Mark McGwire led the league in home runs 4 times including 52, 65, and record-breaking 70 home run seasons. His 58 home runs in 1997 led neither league due to a mid-season trade which split this total across 2 leagues.
  Barry Bonds, the all-time career home run leader in Major League Baseball, led the league in home runs twice including in 2001 when he set the record single-season mark of 73.

Question 7: [13] The lowest home run total to ever lead a major league was four, a feat achieved in the NL by ________ in 1877 and Paul Hines in 1878.
Chicago CubsLip PikeBill CraverGeorge Hall (baseball)

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  Sammy Sosa led the National League in home runs twice, with 49 and 50, but finished second three times with home run counts of 66, 63, and 64.
  Lip Pike led the league with four home runs in 1877, the lowest total to ever lead a league.
  Harmon Killebrew led the league in home runs six times for the Minnesota Twins franchise, once while the team was in Washington and five times in Minnesota.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Alex Rodriguez led the American League in home runs five times, three with the Texas Rangers and twice with the New York Yankees.
  Jimmie Foxx hit 50 home runs in 1938 but finished second in the league to Hank Greenberg who hit 58 that year.
  Roger Connor placed second in home runs in the National League three times and also won the Players' League's only home run title with 14 in 1890.
  Jimmie Foxx hit 50 home runs in 1938 but finished second in the league to Hank Greenberg who hit 58 that year.

Question 10: In ________ (MLB), a player in each league[L] wins the home run title each season by hitting the most home runs that year.
National LeagueAmerican LeagueBaseball awardsMajor League Baseball







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