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A Nightmare of a Challenge 
"The second in a series of five quizzes about baseball for those who don't care about their score. I hope you enjoy the challenge. :)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which National League umpire died of heart attack on Opening Day in 1997?
Pittsburgh Pirate Harvey Haddix threw a 12-inning perfect game in the 1950s, only to lose the game in the 13th inning. Which team did the Pirates play on that day?
St. Louis Cardinals
In the 1920s, a Cleveland Indian lost his life as a result of being hit in the head with a pitch. Which pitcher threw the ball?
Which of these pitchers won more than 100 games in their first three seasons of baseball?
Grover Cleveland "Pete" Alexander
Having 100 successful pinch-hits in a career is an outstanding feat. However, if a pitcher did this it would be more amazing. Which pitcher set a record by having 114 successful pinch-hits in his career?
Which future Hall of Famer broke his elbow in an All-Star game in the 1950s?
Which of the following Hall of Famers never wore the number 7 at some point in their career?
In 2001, Yankee pitcher Mike Mussina lost his bid for a perfect game in the bottom of the ninth inning with two outs against the Red Sox. Which Boston player spoiled Mussina's quest with a pinch-hit single in this game?
Hank Aaron and Mark McGwire are two of baseball's biggest home run hitters. There was only one player who played with both these greats on different teams. Who was it?
In a rare feat by a pitcher, what did Dodger pitcher Darren Dreifort do on June 12, 2001?
Batted for the cycle in the game
He hit a grand slam
He stole home
Struck out his first six batters that he faced
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