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Plácido Polanco: Quiz

  
  
  

Question 1: Polanco was a key player in the 2006 American League Division Series and ________ (ALCS) for the Tigers, being named Most Valuable Player of the ALCS.
2000 American League Division Series2006 World Series2006 American League Championship Series1972 American League Championship Series

Question 2: [6] This in addition to contributing to 101 double plays, earned Polanco his first ________.
Silver Slugger AwardPete RoseRawlings Gold Glove AwardMajor League Baseball Most Valuable Player Award

Question 3: He was voted by the fans to start in the ________, his first one.
2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game2006 Major League Baseball All-Star Game2008 Major League Baseball All-Star Game2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

Question 4: He began to develop power while playing for the Phillies as he hit 14 and 17 ________ in the following two years, compared with just nine in 2002.
Walk-off home runHome runRun (baseball)Strikeout

Question 5: His first major league hit was a single off Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher ________ on July 5, 1998.
2008 Major League Baseball season2007 Major League Baseball seasonBen Davis (baseball)Brett Tomko

Question 6: In 2007, Polanco set a new Major League record for 2nd basemen by playing in his 144th consecutive errorless game on August 13, in a 7–2 loss to the ________.
Oakland Athletics all-time rosterConnie Mack (baseball)Oakland AthleticsReggie Jackson

Question 7: 3 Ross Gload | 6 Ryan Howard | 7 Juan Castro | 8 Shane Victorino | 10 Ben Francisco | 11 ________ | 16 J.

Question 8: Earning the starting third base job in 2001, his low ________-walk ratio and extra-base hits numbers established Polanco as a contact hitter.
Run (baseball)Stolen baseStrikeoutHome run

Question 9: ________ (19982002)
St. Louis Cardinals all-time rosterAlbert PujolsSt. Louis CardinalsTony La Russa

Question 10: On July 29, 2002, Polanco, Mike Timlin, and Bud Smith were acquired by the Phillies for ________, Doug Nickle, and cash.
Pete RoseAlbert PujolsScott RolenRyan Howard
















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