Trivia Quizzes, Games, and Facts
Trivia Quiz Categories
Religion & Faith
Science & Technology
More Trivia Fun
Popular Recent Quizzes
Most Highly Rated Quizzes
Write a Quiz
Today's Easy Trivia
Today's Hard Trivia
Easy Hourly Trivia
Hard Hourly Trivia
Browse Trivia Facts
Submit a Trivia Fact
345 playing now
- Quizzes served
- Most points
- Registered members
- Just registered!
- Most points
NY's Strongest !!!!
Quiz Of The Day
- Tournament Leader
- Last Tournament Champ
You are here:
Lots More Sports Trivia
A very difficult quiz on sports trivia.
Danny Biasone is often credited with financially saving this professional sport.
He was the first African-American to play in the NBA.
Nate "Sweetwater" Clifton
Today in Major League Baseball a "ground rule double" is when a ball is hit fair, bounces and then goes over the outfield. Which statement is true about this rule?
It wasn't a rule until 1930.
It was made a rule in both leagues in 1919.
It was always a rule in the National League but became an American League rule in 1927.
It became a rule when the baseball rules were canonized in 1886.
Who was the second Major League Baseball switch-hitter to hit 500 home runs?
Who was the first NFL player to get 200 sacks?
This NFL great was the first player to get 14 interceptions in one season.
Scoring a safety is a rare occurrence in an NFL game. This defensive end, who played for the Rams, was the first NFLer to score two safeties in one game.
Whether fortunately or unfortunately, strikes and work stoppages are a fact of life in professional sports. When was the first NHL player strike?
Greg Harris and Tony Mullane were both pitchers in Major League Baseball. Why are they significant?
They pitched in the first extra-innings World Series game.
Babe Ruth hit his first homer off Mullane and Barry Bonds hit his first homer off Harris.
They were actually the same person.
Each one pitched both lefty and righty.
Which basketball league was the first to institute a three-point shot?
(will not interfere with your quiz)
Conditions of Use
. All Rights Reserved.