Roland’s Trivia Question, Week of May 24, 2018

The 1927 New York Yankees batting order, including Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, was known by what nickname?

Answer:

Murderer’s Row.

Roland’s Trivia Question, Week of May 17, 2018

“Game, set, match,” is an expression used to indicate a competitor has won the game in which sport?

Answer:

Tennis

Roland’s Trivia Question for the Week of May 10, 2018

In 2009, the Red Sox recorded an MLB first when they had four Japanese-born players on their roster. How many can you name?

Answer:

Daisuke Matsuzaka, Hideki Okajima, Takashi Saito and Junichi Tazawa.

Roland’s Trivia Question for the Week of April 26, 2018

Question

Who is the only player in New York Yankees history to achieve over 3,000 hits in his career?

Answer

Derek Jeter (3,465)

Roland’s Trivia Question for the Week of April 19, 2018

Question

With his win in game five of the 2013 World Series, Jon Lester of the Boston Red Sox became only the second Red Sox left-handed pitcher to win three World Series games. Who was the first?

Answer

Babe Ruth

Roland’s Trivia Question for Week of April 12, 2018

Roland’s trivia question of the week:

Which MLB pitcher owns the distinction of having won the most games, and having lost the most games during his career?

Answer:

Cy Young, 511-316

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Roland’s Trivia Question for the Week of April 5, 2018

Question:

This pitcher, who played for the Chicago Cubs and Boston Red Sox, is the only Canadian-born player in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Answer:

Ferguson Jenkins pitched for the Red Sox in 1976-77.

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Roland’s Trivia Question for the Week of March 29, 2018

Question: In addition to pitching a one-hitter in game two of the 1967 World Series, who became the first Red Sox pitcher to win the AL Cy Young Award in 1967?

Answer: Jim Lonborg

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Roland’s Trivia Question for Week of March 22, 2018

Roland’s trivia question of the week:

In 2010, what Red Sox rookie became the only player in AL history to hit a grand slam home run on the first pitch of the first at-bat of his career?

Answer:

Daniel Nava.

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Roland’s Trivia Question, Week of March 15, 2018

Answer to Roland’s Trivia Question of the Week:

In 2004, which Red Sox pitcher was the winning pitcher in the clinching games of the ALDS, ALCS, and the World Series?

Answer:

Derek Lowe

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