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Major League Baseball Players

written by: Gilligan
 
I'll give you an image of a baseball card and a clue; you simply select the correct player. Enjoy!

Question 1:

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As of 2007, this player holds the record for most career walks (2,517).
Dave Winfield
Tony Gwynn
Willie Stargell
Barry Bonds


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Question 2:

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This player was the first pitcher to win the Cy Young Award for four consecutive years (1992-1995).
Tom Glavine
Roger Clemens
Randy Johnson
Greg Maddux


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Question 3:

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This player pitched for the Phillies from 1992 to 2000, before becoming a Diamondback.
Curt Schilling
Randy Johnson
Steve Carlton
Kevin Brown


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Question 4:

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Name the1980 MVP pictured next to Rod Carew on the baseball card in the image provided.



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Question 5:

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This member of the "Big Red Machine" is featured on the baseball card in the image provided.
Joe Morgan
George Foster
César Gerónimo
Dave Concepción


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Question 6:

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The player on the baseball card was nicknamed "The Say Hey Kid".
True
False


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Question 7:

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There are three rookies featured on this 1982 baseball card. The player in the center would go on to play in no less than 19 All Star Games. What is his name?
Alan Trammell
Wade Boggs
George Brett
Cal Ripken, Jr.


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Question 8:

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This catcher debuted for the Red Sox in 1969, and began catching for the White Sox in 1981.
Lance Parrish
Carlton Fisk
Ted Simmons
Gary Carter


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Question 9:

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Name the Hall of Fame pitcher who has a record-setting 7 no-hitters, and 5,714 career strikeouts.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)



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Question 10:

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This famous reliever led the national league in saves in 1977, 1978 and 1981.
Rollie Fingers
Bruce Sutter
Gaylord Perry
Rich Gossage


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Question 11:

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This Pittsburg Pirate pictured on the baseball card was the National League MVP in 1978.
Dave Parker
Willie Stargell
Roberto Clemente
Bill Madlock


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Question 12:

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In 1969 he won a World Championship, received the Cy Young, and had 25 wins.
Bob Gibson
Steve Carlton
Jim Palmer
Tom Seaver


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Question 13:

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In 1998 this Astro became the second player to have 50 stolen bases and 50 doubles in the same season. (The last person to do this was Tris Speaker who played from 1907-1928).
Craig Biggio
Carlos Beltrán
Jeff Bagwell
Lance Berkman


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Question 14:

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This player was the leader of the Phillies' "Macho Row" which led the team to the World Series against the Toronto Blue Jays in 1993.
Darren Daulton
Mitch Williams
John Kruk
Lenny Dykstra


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