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Quirky Blue Jay Tidbits
Toronto Blue Jays
"Try your luck on these ten questions, about some fairly useless, yet interesting, Blue Jays facts. The answer choices for each question all wore the same number as Blue Jays, which might help you narrow down the correct answer."
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These four all wore the number one on their Jays' uniform, but which one of them made three pitching appearances in 1980, did not figure in any decisions, walked only one, struck out nobody and registered a 7.73 ERA?
One of these players, all of whom wore the number three on their Blue Jay uniform, had a career that lasted precisely two games. One of these was as starting catcher in a 24-10 marathon win against the Baltimore Orioles at Exhibition Stadium, a game in which he had three hits, scored three runs and drove in two. Who was that player?
These four players all sported the number nine on the back of their Blue Jays uniforms, and three of them were catchers! Only one of them, however, could claim to be the nephew of catcher Rick Dempsey, who spent almost half of his 24 year career with the Baltimore Orioles. Which one was it?
These four players have all worn the number 10 as Blue Jays, but which of them hit three home runs in a single game against the Jays, a year before becoming their starting first baseman?
Although it is sometimes considered to be unlucky, the four players listed here all wore the number 13 on their Blue Jays uniforms. Which of the four was a third baseman renowned for always appearing with bare arms, even on the coldest days at Exhibition Stadium?
Number 17 belonged to these four at one time or another, but one of them had a sister who was a pretty good tennis player. Which one could boast that he was Billie Jean King's brother?
Each of these Blue Jays wore the number 18, some for longer than the others. Which one was the pitcher who came within three outs of perfection in September 1982?
One of these players, all of whom wore the number 24 as a Blue Jay, had a younger brother who made his major league debut in a game that matched the brothers as starting pitchers for the opposing teams. The younger one got the win in a 1-0 game, but who was his older brother?
The number on the uniform of these four was 27. Which one of them was featured in a story in a major Toronto newspaper, that told about the 'book' this player, often described as a professional hitter, kept on opposing pitchers?
Before becoming a Blue Jay, one of these fellows incurred the wrath of Toronto fans by killing a seagull with a thrown baseball. All of them wore 32 on their jerseys when they played for Toronto, but which one had to apologise for killing that bird?
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