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Can you get the answer to every baseball related Final Jeopardy! clue?

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2016OBITUARIES: On his death in 2015, his New York Times obit said he 'built his stardom 90 percent on skill and half on wit'
2015BASEBALL TEAMS: When translated, the full name of this Major League Baseball team gets you a double redundancy
2015MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: This major league team's official colors are Sedona red, Sonoran sand & black
2014BASEBALL: Vine Line is the official magazine of this Major League Baseball team
2013BASEBALL STADIUMS: This Major League Baseball team's current stadium was built for a 20th century Olympics
2012TV ANIMATION: This teen duo debuted in a 1992 animated short in which they played baseball with a frog
2011BASEBALL GEOGRAPHY: After Alaska, it's the largest state in area without a Major League Baseball team
2011BASEBALL & THE PRESIDENCY: As both vice president & president, he threw out a season's 1st pitch, each time for a different Senators franchise
201119th CENTURY LITERATURE: Armor-clad knights face off in a game of baseball in an 1889 work by this author
2011SPORTS & MUSIC: In July 2010 this Rock & Roll Hall of Famer performed at the Baseball H.O.F. induction ceremonies
2010SPORTS: In 1744 the first mention of this now popular sport said, 'Away flies the boy To the next... post And then home with joy'
2010BURIED AT ARLINGTON: His grave notes his 1842 West Point graduation, his time at Ft. Sumter, Gettysburg & 2nd Bull Run, but does not mention sports
2010ALLITERATIVE ATHLETES: In 1998 these 2 baseball rivals shared top honors as Sports Illustrated's Sportsmen of the Year
2010PRO SPORTS: The official address of the Atlanta Braves is No. 755 on the drive named for this man
2009MUSIC WORDS: Before it acquired its musical meaning in the early 20th century, it was baseball slang for 'pep' or 'energy'
2009SPORTS TEAM NAMES: It's the only Major League Baseball team name whose first 4 letters match the first 4 letters of its city
2008BASEBALL HISTORY: For nearly 30 years, California's Catalina Island was the spring training camp for this non-California Major League team
2008BASEBALL TERMS: Hall of Famer Willie Stargell called it 'a butterfly with hiccups'
2008SPORTS FIRSTS: The first baseball World Series game played outside the U.S. was played in this city in 1992
2007AMERICANA: In a February 22, 1936 reenactment, retired star pitcher Walter Johnson threw this across the Rappahannock
2005MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: The team names (leave out cities) of these 2 expansion clubs start with the same 3 letters; one might catch the other
2005CLASSIC AMERICAN SONGS: The introductory verse to this 1908 song begins, 'Katie Casey was baseball mad'
2004BASEBALL HISTORY: On August 10th, 2003, Rafael Furcal of the Braves became only the 12th man in MLB history to perform this single-handedly
2003TOYS & GAMES: 12-year-old David Mullany gave this toy its name, a euphemism for striking out in baseball
2003CELEBRITY AUCTIONS: A 1999 sale of her effects included a baseball signed by one husband & a conversion certificate signed by her last
2002BASEBALL: It's the only team to win World Series titles in 3 different cities for which it played
2002IN THE BOOKSTORE: Editor Otto Penzler dubbed his 2001 lineup of baseball mysteries this after a nickname given a 1927 lineup
2002ATHLETES: He was an Olympian, played pro baseball for the Reds & was a charter member of pro football's hall of fame
2001COLLECTIBLES: When he moved into the White House, George W. Bush brought some of his over 150 autographed ones of these
2001MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM NAMES: This team received its name after an 1890 incident in which it 'stole' away an important player from another team
2001BASEBALL HALL OF FAMERS: A Red Sox pitcher, later a Yankee, he held the World Series record for consecutive scoreless innings from 1918 to 1961
2000BASEBALL HISTORY: Current name of the National League team that started out in the 1870s as the Boston Red Stockings
1999ORGANIZATIONS: In 1901 Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, Boston, D.C., Baltimore & Philadelphia made up this; Tampa Bay joined in 1998
1998BASEBALL TEAMS: In the early days, this baseball team was known as the Alleghenies
1998SPORTS TEAMS: The 2 names (leave out cities) shared by both a Major League Baseball team & an NFL team
1996BASEBALL: The best American League lefthanded pitcher 1916-18, he was moved to left field in 1919
1996SPORTS: This Major League Baseball manager of the 1950s & 1960s received his nickname because he was born in Kansas City
1990SPORTS: For the 1st half of this century, it was the westernmost city represented in Major League Baseball
1987SPORTS: They are the only Major League Baseball team which prints their media guide in 2 languages
1985SPORTS: The 2 current pro baseball team names (leave out cities) that don't end in 'S'
1984SPORTS: Only 2 cities with both a National & American League baseball team

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