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Whose Record Did I Break?
"All multiple choice to see if you know whose record that these players broke. I hope that you find it educational and fun! :-)"
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In 1964, Yankee Mickey Mantle appeared in his last of 12 World Series. He hit three home runs in that series, breaking the series career home run record that belonged to who?
In 2004, Ichiro Suzuki of the Mariners had 262 hits in the season, breaking the record of which player, who had the record for over 80 years?
The great Nolan Ryan threw an amazing 383 strikeouts in the 1973 season with the California Angels. Whose modern day season record did he break by only one strikeout?
In 1986, pitcher Bert Blyleven of the Twins allowed 50 home runs in the season, setting a new Major League record. Whose season record did he break?
New York Yankee Whitey Ford was a workhorse in the World Series. He retired with 146 innings pitched in the promised land. Whose record did the break, who was also the first pitcher in history to throw 100 World Series innings?
Charley Jones won only one home run title in his career, but made it count by setting a new NL season home run record. Whose record did the break?
Joe McGinnity had a pretty good season going 28-8, but hit 41 batters also which set a new National League record. Whose record did he break?
When Pete Rose retired in 1986, he had played in the most regular season games than any other with 3562. Whose career record did he break for most games played?
Billy Hatcher of the Reds set a World Series record for batting .750 in a single series in 1990. Whose record did he break?
Babe Ruth hit 714 career home runs. Along the way in his career, he set a new record for career home runs until he gave it up to Henry Aaron in the 1970s. Whose career home run record did the Babe break?
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