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End of the Hour Answers - Monday, April 21, 2014

Apr 21, 2014 -- 2:42pm

Q: Born on this date: Jesse Orosco, baseball’s career leader in pitching appearances. Who’s number one among active pitchers?

A: LaTroy Hawkins (950)

 

Q: The longest season-opening winning streak in American League history ended on this date in history. What team had the streak?

A: Milwaukee Brewers in 1987 (13-0)

 

Q: In what year did the Royals last have a perfect home stand of at least six games?

A: 1988 (Swept 4 from SEA and 3 from OAK, June 2nd through the 8th)

End of the Hour Answers - Friday, April 18, 2014

Apr 21, 2014 -- 2:39pm

Q: On this date in 1987: Mike Schmidt hit his 500th home run. Two Royals have allowed a 500th home run. Name either?

A: Bud Black (to Reggie Jackson in 1984) and Kyle Davies (to Alex Rodriguez in 2007)

 

Q: Born on this date: The first soccer-style kicker in pro football. Who was it?

A: Pete Gogolak (1964 Buffalo Bills)

 

Q: Born on this date: The last pitcher to throw a no-hitter in the major leagues. Who is he?

A: Henderson Alvarez last year

End of the Hour Answers - Thursday, April 17, 2014

Apr 17, 2014 -- 1:44pm

Q: Only once has a defending league batting champ been traded for the defending league home run king. It happened on this date/ Who were the players?

A: Cleveland traded home run king Rocky Colavito to Detroit for batting champ Harvey Kuenn in 1960

 

Q: George Springer is the 44th player to get a hit off the Royals in their MLB debut. Who is the only one to homer?

A: Ruben Sierra in 1986

 

Q: There have been four no-hitters thrown by Montreal Expos, two by this man. The first was thrown on this date. Who is he?

A: Bill Stoneman (1969 against the Phillies; 1972 against the Mets)

End of the Hour Answers - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Apr 16, 2014 -- 2:11pm

Q: Born on this date: NBA’s all-time career scoring leader, Kareem Adbul-Jabbar. He is not UCLA’s career scoring leader. Who is?

A: Don MacLean

 

Q: Born on this date: The pitcher with the lowest single-season ERA in modern major league history. Who is he?

A: Dutch Leonard (0.96 in 1914)

 

Q: Born on this date: The player who holds the NFL record for passes intercepted in a season?

A: Dick “Night Train” Lane (14 in 1952)

End of the Hour Answers - Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Apr 15, 2014 -- 2:32pm

Q: No other man has as many hits as a Los Angeles Dodger as this man, born on this date. Who is he?

A: Willie Davis

 

 

Q: On this date: He became the first President to throw out a first pitch at a major league game. Who is he?

A: William Howard Taft in 1910

End of the Hour Answers - Monday, April 14, 2014

Apr 14, 2014 -- 1:29pm

Q: Born on this date: Hall of Famer Greg Maddux. He made his major league debut in 1986. Who did he replace?

A: Jody Davis (He pinch-ran for him in the 17th then took the mound in the 18th)

 

Q: Born on this date: All-time hits leader Pete Rose. Off what pitcher did Rose have the most career hits?

A: Phil Niekro (64)

 

Q: Bubba Watson the seventh golfer to have his first two major wins come at The Masters. Who was the last to do it before him?

A: Jose Maria Olazabal

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