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Sports Legends of the Midwest
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"There are many legendary sports teams in the Midwest, and many players whose names are synonymous with their city. Each team in question will have three legends associated with that team, you need the find the odd player out."
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Major League Baseball: While the history of the Kansas City Royals only goes back to 1969, they have had some great players. Three of these players played their entire careers with Kansas City, one did not. Find the odd man out.
Major League Baseball: The Chicago Cubs started as the Chicago White Stockings in 1870 in the National Association. They were a charter member of the National League in 1876. The Cubs have had many great players over the years. Three of the following played all or most of their careers with the Cubbies. Which player didn't?
Major League Baseball: The St. Louis Cardinals have numerous World Series championships. Many players have contributed to the team's success. Three of these four players have had their numbers retired. Who is not on the St. Louis Cardinals Wall of Fame?
National Football League: The Green Bay Packers have a storied history in the NFL. Which of the following players is not a legend in "Titletown"?
Raymond "Ray" Nitschke
Earl "Curly" Lambeau
Elroy "Crazy Legs" Hirsch
National Football League: The Minnesota Vikings have been involved in the NFL since 1961. There are many legends to play most or all of their careers with Minnesota. Which of these four players is not a part of the Vikings' storied past?
National Football League: The Chicago Bears are one of only two NFL charter members sill in existence. They started in Decatur, Il and moved to Chicago in 1921. The Bears have had numerous Hall of Fame players over the years. Which of these four is not one of them?
National Football League: The Rams played in Cleveland and Los Angeles before moving to St Louis in 1995. Which player was not on the NFC championship Rams team that won Super Bowl XXXIV?
National Football League: The Kansas City Chiefs started out their history in Dallas as the Texans (a name now owned by the Houston football team), but they moved to Kansas City and changed their name to the Chiefs in 1963. Three of these players below spent their entire careers with the Chiefs, one never saw the inside of the Kansas City home locker room.
Major League Baseball: The Detriot Tigers started in 1894, so they have a long history of great players. Three of these players spent at least 90 percent of their Hall of Fame careers in Detroit playing for the Tigers, one did not. Who is the odd man out?
Major League Baseball: The Chicago White Sox started in St. Paul, Minnesota as a franchise in the Western League. They moved to Chicago and were renamed the Chicago White Stockings in 1900, one year after the formation of the American League. Which of these Hall of Famers did not play for the White Sox?
National Football League: The Cleveland Browns joined the league in 1946. They have produced many legends in their history and three of those Hall of Fame Legends are listed below. Which of the four below never played for the Cleveland Browns?
National Hockey League: The Detroit Red Wings won their 11th Stanley Cup during the 2007-08 season, the most of any NHL franchises located in the United States. Which of the following is not a "Hockeytown" legend?
Guy "The Flower" Lafleur
Nicklas Erik Lidström
Major League Baseball: The Cincinnati Reds have arguably had the longest history of any sports team in the Midwest, having formed in 1882 and joining the National League in 1890. With that much history, you would think there would be a bunch of Hall of Fame players who played most of their career with the Reds. Surprisingly their history is not as storied as would be expected. Which of these is not a lifetime Red?
National Basketball Association: The Detroit Pistons have their origins in Fort Wayne, Indiana, moving to Detroit in 1956. They have achieved the pinnacle of success with championships in the 1980s and the 2000s. Which one of these four players doesn't have their storied history in the city of Detroit?
National Basketball Association: The Chicago Bulls began their time with the NBA in 1966. Their success hinges around one golden decade of the 199's, winning six titles in that span. Three of these players below have had their numbers retired by the team for their talent on the court; which player does not belong?
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