Trivia of Sports : True or False

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Vinegar is a key ingredient for the inside of the golf ball
A baseball umpire can be replaced mid-game for being unfair
The Oakland Raiders were the first NFL team to have cheerleaders
'Tug of War' was once an Olympic Event
NASCAR Teams put nitrogen in the tires instead of air
In the 1800's, boxing matches had up to 20 rounds
A baseball has 108 stitches
ALL NHL jerseys are manufactured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The White Sox were the first team to put numbers on the backs of their jerseys
The silhouette of the NBA logo is Jerry West
The youngest player to win at Wimbledon was a 20 year old female
Solid gold medals are still awarded to Olympians to this day
Wilt Chamberlain NEVER fouled out of a basketball game
Kite flying is a professional sport in Deutschland
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The fastest tennis serve was by Serena Williams at 118 MPH
Jackie Robinson was the only player to letter in 4 sports at UCLA
The sport of lacrosse was developed by Native Americans
Pittsburgh is the only city where all of its teams have the same color scheme
The silhouette of the MLB logo is Honus Wagner
The five olympic rings represented the five main events when the olympics first originated
Maryland's State sport is Jousting
The San Diego Chargers are named after a credit card
Baseball created the phrase 'Home Run'
Umpires have stood behind homeplate since the beginning of baseball
Babe Ruth was the first to receive the 'Rookie of the Year' Award
Boxing was illegal at one time
MLB umpires need to wear black underwear when on the job

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