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1950s Washington Senators
"If you followed the Washington Senators during the 1950s, this quiz should be fairly easy."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
During the 1950s, the Senators played their home games at which park?
One remarkable part of the home field of the Senators was what?
A part of centerfield sloped downwards
A large and tall right field wall
The right field bleachers were covered with a tarp
Home plate was only ten feet from the grandstand
In dead centerfield there was a landmark that anyone who ever visited this park would remember. What was it?
The Washington Monument was just behind the wall
A statue of George Washington was erected there
The golden arches of a McDonalds could be seen behind the wall
A large oak tree that soared above the centerfield wall
Who was a Senator third baseman also known as the "walking man"?
Who won the opening day game in 1953 by hitting a home run in the last of the ninth inning?
Which President often attended day games by sneaking away from the White House with his Secret Service detail?
Which pitcher won the most games in the decade for the Senators?
Which outfielder stunned the baseball world by taking off his baseball shoes when a thunderstorn was approaching because he feared that his metal spikes would attract lightning?
During the 1950s, the Senators won a World Series.
The home team bullpen at the Senators home ballpark was located where?
Undeneath the stands
Along the left field foul line
In deep right centerfield
Along the right field foul line
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