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Beginning your Major League career with a home run in your first at-bat will get some attention. To hit a home run on your very fist Major League pitch should really do it too. However, who was the first batter to ever hit a grand slam on their very first pitch in Major League baseball in 2006?
The 1951 St. Louis Browns were a pretty bad team, and the Eddie Gaedel pinch-hitting incident did not help matters. The team lost 102 games in the season for another last place finish. The only bright spot was that they had a pitcher who endured all this, and still managed to win 20 games in the season. Who was this pitcher?
Jim "Mudcat" Grant
In 1996, which player hit a single, then stole second base, then third, then home, all in one at-bat?
In 1941, Yankee great Joe DiMaggio had a 56-game hitting streak. This was the largest hitting streak since which National Leaguer had 45?
If a team had a pitcher who could throw only three total pitches in an inning and get three outs, then they wouldn't need relievers, set-ups, or closers. Which National League pitcher in 2000, had a three-pitch inning twice in the season, and both within a week of each other?
A home run is a home run, but a big blast would be one over 500 feet. When Barry Bonds broke the season record of Mark McGwire in 2001 with his 73 home runs, how many of those were 500 feet or more?
In 1998, Cal Ripken Jr's streak of 2632 consecutive games played came to an end. He broke the long-time record of Lou Gehrig who had a run of 2130 consecutive games. Whose record did Gehrig break?
Playing for eight different teams in a player's career is not that of an uncommon occurrence. However, it is very rare to play in four different leagues. To do both is almost unheard of. Which of the following did both?
What a way to end a career by hitting a home run in your final Major League at-bat. Which of the following did this?
From 1933 to 1937, Giants Hall of Fame pitcher Carl Hubbell dominated the National League from the mound. Straddling the 1936 and 1937 season, Hubbell had a tremendous streak of winning 24 consecutive games. How many of those 24 wins were by shutout?
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