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Seattle M's: College Years
"This quiz will test your knowledge about which colleges that Seattle Mariners players, past and present attended."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
I'm a member of the first three-generation family in MLB history. I played at USC before playing with the M's. Who am I?
As a pitcher, I was 15-0 with a 2.49 ERA and 113 strikeouts in 122.2 innings in one season during college. I set career offensive records for average, hits, home runs, total bases, and slugging percentage during my college career at Washington State. Who am I?
At Saint Joseph's, I set several single season records with 16 wins, a 1.99 ERA, and 90 K for my college. I had my jersey retired (No. 10), and was one of three inductees in first class of my college's Baseball Hall of Fame and the first ever retired number. My father-in-law was a famous basketball coach, and was an analyst from ESPN. Who am I?
I was a business management major and honored as Pac-10 Player of the Year in 1999, and named first-team All-American by Baseball America. I was drafted out of high school in the eighth round of the 1996 draft by Seattle, but chose to accept a scholarship at Arizona State. Who am I?
I majored in mechanical engineering. My teammates included MLB players Brent Gates and Denny Neagle. I was co-captain and a first team All-America selection in 1990 for Minnesota. Who am I?
I attended USC on a baseball/basketball scholarship, but I concentrated solely on baseball after my sophomore season. I was a college teammate with this "bash brother". Who am I?
I set career records in BA (.398), HR (54), RBI (222), and was an Academic All-American as well at Tampa. I was also a Division II All-American three times. I led the 1988 United States baseball team to the Gold medal in the Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Who am I?
At Washington State, I pitched three seasons and was named a 1st-team All-American by the American Baseball Coaches Association, and a 3rd-team choice by Baseball America in 1990. I was a member of Team USA in the summer of 1990, pitching a three-hit shutout vs. the Cuban National team. Who am I?
I graduated from the University of Southern California in 1992 with a degree in communications. I was a two-time All-Pac 10 selection in baseball, pitched and played infield. Who am I?
I didn't attend college. While most players my age were in class, I was playing for the M's. I was the first Mariner to ever hit 398 career home runs. Who am I?
Ken Griffey Jr
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