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Can you name the correct fact for each of the 30 Major League Baseball teams?
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30 teams, 30 questions. 1 trivia question for each MLB team.
Pitcher who recorded the final out of the 1980 World Series
Hit the most homers as an Atlanta Brave
Was the World Series MVP for Florida in 1997
After 81 games during their 1st season back in Washington (2005), what place were the Naionals in?
John Franco, Pedro Martinez and Tug McGraw all wore this number as a Met.
This Cardinal was the last to win the triple crown in the National League (1937)
In 1978 this slugger hit what is estimated as the longest homer at Wrigley Field (555 ft)
Holds the single season franchise record for total bases, homers, and RBI as a Red.
He is the only Pirate to play post-1980 to have his number retired.
In 1969 this car salesman headed a group that bought the Seattle Pilots and moved them to Milwaukee.
Was named MVP of the 1986 NLCS despite his team losing in 6 games to the Mets
Besides Tony Gwynn, he is the only other player to wear a Padres cap on his Hall of Fame plaque.
Set the single season record for homers as a Dodger (49) in 2001
The Giants give an award for spirit and leadership that is named after this Giant.
He was the first manager in Colorado Rockies history and lasted 6 seasons.
This 1988 World Series hero is the current manager for the Diamondbacks.
This player was the only member of the Rays to win a Rookie of the Year award while playing for the franchise.
He finished 3rd on the Yankees in homers in 1961 behind Maris and Mantle.
It was prematurely announced that this pitcher was named World Series MVP in 1986 before the events leading up to Buckner's error.
This future Hall of Fame manager managed the Jays to their first winning season in 1983.
When this Oriole won AL MVP in 1966, he became the 1st (and only) player to be named MVP in both leagues.
This manager led the Twins to an appearance in the first ever ALCS in 1969, where they lost to the Orioles.
He was the team leader in homers and RBI for the Tigers during their World Series championship season of 1984
This current White Sox player has the most career stolen bases of any active player.
He was the only Royal to be named All Star game MVP
The Indians traded this pitcher to the Expos for Cliff Lee, Grady Sizemore and Brandon Phillips in 2002.
When this player signed with the Rangers in 1989, he became the 1st player to play for all 4 of the 1961/1962 expansion franchises (Mets, Astros, Angels and Rangers).
Before Dallas Braden in 2010, who was the last member of the A's to hurl a no hitter?
In 1993, he became the only Angel to win the Rookie of the Year Award.
This Mariner is listed 1st alphabetically in the list of all-time major league baseball players.
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