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Question 1: [1] The Draft coverage took place at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex in ________.
Greater OrlandoTampa, FloridaOrlando, FloridaMiami

Question 2: As a result, wealthier teams such as the ________ and St. Louis Cardinals were able to stockpile young talent, while poorer clubs were left to sign less desirable prospects.
Yogi BerraStaten Island YankeesNew York Yankees all-time rosterNew York Yankees

Question 3: Agent ________ routinely exploited this advantage to increase the contracts of his clients.
Manny RamirezBoston Red SoxScott BorasAlex Rodriguez

Question 4: The 2007 Draft was televised live for the first time in the draft's history on Thursday June 17, 2007 from 2:00pm until 6:00pm EDT (1800 - 2200 hrs ________).
Time zoneCoordinated Universal TimeTime standardRadio clock

Question 5: Be a resident of the United States, ________, or a U.S.
United KingdomBelizeCanadaBarbados

Question 6: ________
1998 Major League Baseball Draft1997 Major League Baseball DraftMajor League Baseball DraftList of first overall Major League Baseball draft picks

Question 7: [13] With the first pick, the Kansas City Athletics took Rick Monday, an outfielder for ________.
Stanford UniversityColumbia UniversityArizona State UniversityCornell University

Question 8: [11] Finally, it was the biding war for Rick Reichardt, who signed with the ________ for the then outrageous bonus of $200,000 that led to the implementation of the draft.
2010 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim seasonHistory of the Los Angeles Angels of AnaheimMike SciosciaLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Question 9: [2][3] In 1936, the ________ held the first amateur draft in professional sports.
American Football LeagueThanksgiving Classic2009 NFL seasonNational Football League

Question 10: However, this is slowly changing: ________ baseball has enjoyed a spike in popularity in the 2000s and top collegiate baseball players have enjoyed greater media exposure, though still far below their basketball and football counterparts.
Division ICollege basketballBig Ten ConferenceNational Collegiate Athletic Association







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