Sunday, March 31, 2013

March 25-31, 2013 Players who are among the top 20 in career caught stealing, but not in the top 20 in stolen bases.

Q.         Who would have been the first ever American League pitcher ever to throw two no-hitters in one season had it not just been done the year before?
Hint:     He is the only pitcher to lead the American League in shutouts for both the Tigers and the White Sox.
Hint:     Pitching 237 innings for the Analusia Bulldogs of the D-level Alabama-Florida League, he struck out an outstanding 420 batters.
Hint:     That was thought at the time to be a record for organized baseball until the 513 of Matt Kilroy’s for the Orioles of 1886 was verified by researchers.
Twint:    In spite of his two high points in 1952, his record for the season was 5-19 and the Tigers lost more games than they ever had, 104.
Twint:    He was more than a journeyman pitcher:  Twice selected to the All-Star Team, three times receiving MVP votes, twice led the league in shutouts and once in strikeouts.
Twint:    He worked in the Pirates’, Braves’ and Tigers’ organization following retirement
A.         Virgil Trucks (2 No-hitters 15‑May & 25‑Aug‑1952, Allie Reynolds No-nos on 12‑Jul‑ & 28‑Sep‑1951; ShO leader in 1949 [DET] & 1954 [CHW];
FCR -    Gerry Nemeth, Cleveland, OH

Q.         Who was the last major leaguer to win a batting title without hitting a home run?
Hint:     In 1979, he was traded for four players.
Hint:     Panama's National Stadium is named for him.
Twint:    He was an 18-time All-Star.
A.         Rod Carew (.318 in 1972; 03‑Feb‑1979, traded for Ken Landreaux, Brad Havens, Paul Hartzell and Dave Engle; Stadium)
FCR -    Jeff Korrell, Van Nuys, CA

Q.         Who hit 32 homers in his only season with the New York Yankees?
Hint:     He's mentioned in Terry Cashman's "Talkin' Baseball" song.
Hint:     He was part of the first ever trade of $100,000 players.
Twint:    He led the NL in total bases in 1973.
A.         Bobby Bonds (32 HR 1975; 22‑Oct‑1974 traded from the San Francisco Giants to the New York Yankees for Bobby Murcer; 1973 TB: 341)
FCR -    Michael Frank, New York, NY

Q.         Who is the only player to hit for the cycle twice as a Houston Astro?
Hint:     He made his major league debut at age 19.
Hint:     He won five consecutive Gold Gloves in the outfield.
Twint:    Leo Durocher called him the next Willie Mays.
A.         Cesar Cedeno (20-‑Aug‑1972 & 09‑Aug‑1976; 20‑Jun‑1970; 1972-1976)
FCR -    Steve Schwartz, Chico, CA

Q.         Who holds the New York Yankees' record for singles in a season?
Hint:     He was elected to the Sacramento Hall of Fame in 2012.
Hint:     He is a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks' coaching staff.
Twint:    He was on-deck when Kirk Gibson hit his game-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth to win Game 1 of the 1988 World Series.
A.         Steve Sax (171 1b in 1989; WS G 15—Oct‑1988)
FCR -    Bob Wilbur, Spokane, WA

Q.         Who led the league in triples four times, the last time when he was 38 years old?
Hint:     He won both the Branch Rickey Award and the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award.
Hint:     He led centerfielders in double plays four times.
Twint:    The only All-Star appearance in his seventeen‑year career was in 1991.
A.         Brett Butler (3b leader 1983, '86, '94 & '95; Rickey Award 1996, Gehrig Award 1996; CF DPs 1984, '85, '91 & '95; 1991 ASG)
FCR -    John Wilson, Mesa, AZ

Q.         Who is the oldest player to win a Gold Glove at shortstop?
Hint:     He's also the oldest player to hit a double and a triple in the same game.
Hint:     Many believe him to be a lock for the Hall of Fame.
Twint:    He has the most career hits for a player born in Venezuela.
A.         Omar Vizquel (2006 at age 39; 27‑Jul‑2012 @ age 45; 2,709 hits)
FCR -    Paul Hirsch, Danville, CA

Q.         Who was the catcher in the game when the Yankees were no-hit by a Hall of Fame pitcher?
Hint:     His 425-foot homer in the seventh inning was the only run of the game.
Hint:     He set the American League season home run record for catchers that same year.
Hint:     He was known for wearing an out-sized catcher’s mitt designed by his manager, who had himself been a major league catcher.
Hint:     He was behind the plate for Jim Bunning in Bunning’s perfect game.
Twint:    It was ironic that his debut in the majors was as a Yankee.
Twint:    Regarded as the slowest runner in the league, he still once hit an inside-the-park home run.
A.         Gus Triandos (Holy Wilhelm no-hitter 20‑Sep‑1958; 30 HR in 1958; Mgr was Paul Richards; Bunning no-no 21-Jun-1964; Debut 13‑Aug‑1953; IPHR 31‑Aug‑1957)
FCR -    Joel Lipman, Wilmington, DE

Q.         Who was the Oakland A's first designated hitter?
Hint:     He recorded more putouts than any other major league outfielder from 1973-1976.
Hint:     His fight with Reggie Jackson in 1974 was called the second most celebrated fight of the year after the George Foreman and Joe Frazier fight.
Twint:    He also played for the Dodgers and the Giants.
A.         Bill North (DH 06‑Apr‑1973; 1,706 putouts; Fight 05‑Jun‑1974)
FCR -    Jim Casey, Savannah, GA

Q.         Who hit the Colorado Rockies' first home run IN COLORADO?
Hint:     He was an analyst for ESPN's Baseball Tonight.
Hint:     He was mentioned as a managerial candidate for the Rockies prior to the 2013 season.
Twint:    His son plays for the Colorado Rockies.
A.         Eric Young (HR 09‑Apr‑1993 [The first ever Rockies HR was two days earlier by Dante Bichette at Shea Stadium.]; Analyst 2007-2010; Eric Young, Jr.)
FCR -    David Krassin, New York, NY

Q.         Who was the first 20th century player with three consecutive 70-steal seasons?
Hint:     His slow trot cost Lee Lacy a home run.
Hint:     His batting practice line-drive ended Steve Kemp's season.
Twint:    He retired in 1986 with fifty more triples than homers.
Twint:    He was the lead-off hitter for the WS Champion 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates.
A.         Omar Moreno (71 SB in 1978, 77 in ’79 & 96 in ’80; Lacy hit GS HR in the bottom of the 8th on 14‑May‑1982.  However, he passed Moreno between 1st & 2nd and was called out at 2nd.  All three runners scored and Lacy was credited with all 3 RBI; Injury 08‑Sep‑1983—line drive broke Kemp's cheek bone; Career 87 3b, 37 HR; ’79 Bucs)
FCR -    John Michael Pierobon, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Q.         Whose likeness was the first baseball picture I ever taped up on my wall?
Hint:     He is the only Orioles pitcher to lead the American League in strikeouts.
Hint:     After striking out against him three times in a row, Roy Campanella jokingly suggested that he was throwing with the aid of a gun.
Hint:     He threw the first pitch in major league history at Memorial Stadium.
Hint:     He remains the only 20th century hurler to be credited with more walks than hits for consecutive seasons for different teams.
Hint:     Only once in his twelve-year career did he receive Cy Young Award votes.
Twint:    He won the Cy Young Award and World Series MVP in same season.
A.         Bob Turley (The photo was a full page torn from a Sport magazine 1958; 185 K in 1954; Memorial Stadium debut 15‑Apr‑1954; CYA votes 1958; WS MVP 1958)
FCR -    Paul Hirsch, Danville, CA

WEEKLY THEME – Players who are among the top 20 in career caught stealing, but not in the top 20 in stolen bases. (

Player       CS     Rank                Top 20 SB                      SB
Butler       257      3rd                                1.    Rickey Henderson    1,406
Carew       187      9th                                 2.    Lou Brock                   938
Moreno     182    11th                                 3.    Billy Hamilton              914
Cedeno    179    12th                                 4.    Ty Cobb                     897
Sax          178    13th                                 5.    Tim Raines                  808
Bonds      169    16th                                 6.    Vince Coleman            752
Young      168    17th                                 7.    Arlie Latham                742
Vizquel     167    18th                                 8.    Eddie Collins              741
North        162    19th                                 9.    Max Carey                  738
                                             10.    Honus Wagner            723
                                             11.    Joe Morgan                689
                                             12.    Willie Wilson               668
                                             13.    Tom Brown                 657
                                             14.    Bert Campaneris         649
                                             15.    Kenny Lofton              622
                                             16.    Otis Nixon                  620
                                             17.    George Davis             619
                                             18.    Dummy Hoy               596
                                             19.    Juan Pierre                 591
                                             20.    Maury Wills                 586

First Correct Respondent to Identify Theme – No one, but several people came close
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Sunday, March 24, 2013

March 18-24, 2013 Rookies of the Year who won league MVPs before their 500th MLB game

Q.         Who is the only major leaguer to be featured on three separate issues of U.S. postage stamps?
Hint:     Yes, Yogi.  He was safe.
Hint:     To cap his collegiate career, he won swimming championships and reached the semifinals of a national tennis tournament.
Twint:    He was the first ever BWAA Rookie of the Year.
A.         Jackie Robinson (Stamps in 1982, 1999, 2000; ROY 1947)
FCR -    Paul Hirsch, Danville, CA

Q.         What Yankee holds the major league record for the most hits in a ten-year period?
Hint:     He had seven hitting streaks of 20 or more games.
Twint:    He scored three runs in the final game of the 2006 World Baseball Classic.
A.         Ichiro Suzuki (2,244 H 2001-2010)
FCR -    Richard Nicholson, Richmond, VA

Q.         What three-time All-Star is known as “Laser Show”?
Hint:     Various sources disagree about his height, but none argue that he’s not under 5’10”.
Twint:    Ian Kinsler & Andre Ethier were two of his teammates at Arizona State.
A.         Dustin Pedroia (Is listed by MLB at 5' 8". USA Today gave his height as 5' 7".  The NCAA gave his height as 5' 8".
FCR -    Jerry Mora, Prescott, AZ

Q.         Who is the only player to win the ALCS MVP award while playing for the losing team?
Hint:     He played football and baseball in college, in both cases for coaches enshrined in their respective Halls of Fame.
Twint:    To this day, he feels a certain fondness for Giants pitcher Atlee Hammaker.
A.         Fred Lynn (Hit .611 in the 1982 ALCS; Played at USC for John McKay and Rod Dedeaux.  McKay was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach in 1988.  Dedeaux was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association's Hall of Fame in 1970; Hit the only GS in ASG history off Hammaker in 1983.)
FCR -    Bob Wilber, Spokane, WA

Q.         Who begs Kate Upton to allow him into the Perfect Club?
Hint:     The Panda would probably have let him in.
Hint:     In eight seasons in the majors, he has yet to be on the Disabled List.
Twint:    His union rep father negotiated his first contract with the Tigers.
A.         Justin Verlander (Club scene; Pablo “Panda” Sandoval tripled off him in the All-Star Game and homered off him in the World Series in 2012.)
FCR -    Paul Hirsch, Danville, CA

Q.         Who has amassed four of the top seven season home run totals for his team in his brief nine seasons with the team?
Hint:     One season, only he an Albert Pujols received MVP votes in the National League.
Twint:    His namesake (but no doppelganger) is a character with questionable character on The Office.
A.         Ryan Howard (2006 NL MVP voting; The Office’s Ryan Howard)
FCR -    David Krassin, New York, New York

Q.         Who was responsible, according to a well-publicized fan vote, for the "Most Memorable Moment" in MLB history?
Hint:     Alex Rodriguez shows no interest in breaking one of this guy’s biggest records.
Twint:    He owns and runs, with his brother Billy, a highly successful baseball academy.
A.         Cal Ripken (Moment2,321st consecutive game played, a record at one time held by Lou Gehrig and universally considered unbreakable; A-Rod is only 1 HR short of Ripken’s record for HRs hit by a SS, but has expressed that he’s now happy at 3rd; Ripken Baseball)
FCR -    Matthew Repplinger, Denver, CO

Q.         Whose explosive entrance into organized baseball likely kept Hall of Famer Ray Dandridge from ever reaching the majors?
Hint:     He helped keep a teammate’s drinking problem under control by giving him a bottle of Old Crow every Monday.
Twint:    He never led the league in runs-batted-in, but ranks eleventh on the all-time list.
A.         Willie Mays (Dandridge would likely have been called up to the Giants, but management feared having “too many blacks” and chose Mays; w/1,903 RBI, his 11th-place position seems secure for years to come; Jim Ray Hart’s alcohol situation was cleverly regulated as Mays tried a modified version of the method he has witnessed Leo Durocher use on Dusty Rhodes.)
FCR -    Fred Brillhart, Mechanicsburg, PA

Q.         The Dodgers have had sixteen players win the Rookie of the Year Award.  Who was the second ever?
Hint:     Although a pitcher in the U.S. he had a successful season in Japan as a first baseman and outfielder.
Hint:     Maury Wills credits him with his turnaround when Wills was fighting drug addiction.
Twint:    His career winning percentage is better than those of Addie Joss, Carl Hubbell, Bob Feller and Cy Young.
A.         Don Newcombe (ROY 1949; 1962 for the Chunichi Dragons; W/L % .623)
FCR -    Chuck Durante, Dover, DE

Q.         Who continued a strong school tradition begun by Mike Fuentes and Mike Loynd?
Hint:     His call-up accelerated the trade of the league’s best catcher.
Hint:     His injury was one of the most devastating that a World Series champion team that any team suffered this century.
Twint:    He has two World Series rings and has yet to appear on a team that has lost a post-season series.
A.         Buster Posey (Fuentes and Loynd won the Golden Spikes Award for Florida State University as did Posey in 2008 [as also did J.D. Drew in 1997]; The Giants traded Bengie Molina to Texas on 01‑Jul‑2010 for Chris Ray and a minor leaguer named Michael Main—none of the three played in the majors last year; Posey’s leg was broken 25‑May‑2011 in a collision at the plate with Scott Cousins.)
FCR -    Stephen Klatsky, Washington, DC

WEEKLY THEME – Rookies of the Year who won league MVPs before their 500th MLB game

Player              ROY           MVP            G
Howard             2005           2006           266
Lynn                 1975           1975           160
Mays                1951           1954           306
Newcombe        1949           1956           219
Pedroia             2007           2008           327
Posey               2010           2012           308
Ripken              1982           1983           354
Robinson          1947           1949           454
Suzuki              2001           2001           157
Verlander          2006           2011           232

First Correct Respondent to Identify Theme – Gregg Gaylord, Chicago, IL (after the Pedroia Q.)

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Sunday, March 17, 2013

March 11-17, 2013 Fathers and sons who were Nolan Ryan strikeout victims

Q.         Who, in 1973, came up one homer short of being baseball’s first 40-40 man?
Hint:     He joined the 30-30 club in his first full major league season.
Hint:     When he retired he held the record for most career 30-30 seasons.
Twint:    It is a record he now shares with his son.
A.         Bobby Bonds (39 HR 43 SB in 1973; 32 HR 45 SB in 1969; 5 career 30-30 seasons, record shared with Barry)
FCR -    Michael Daponde, Sacramento, CA

Q.         Who is the only player to have three consecutive 30-30 seasons?
Hint:     He holds the record for most career intentional walks.
Hint:     After Babe Ruth (1926-31) he was the next player to lead the majors in OPS+ for five consecutive seasons.
Twint:    He was the highest-paid player in the majors from 1995-97 and again from 2004-05.
A.         Barry Bonds (30-30 1995-97; 688 IBB; led majors in OPS+ 2000-04)
FCR -    Fred Worth, Arkadelphia, AR

Q.         Who was the only person to receive a World Series ring as a player for the 1975-76 Reds and the 1990 Reds?
Hint:     After Stan Musial retired, he was the next Donora, PA native to play in the majors.
Hint:     He won the 1980 All-Star MVP Award.
Twint:    He coached his son on two different teams.
A.         Ken Griffey (Griffey received 1990 WS ring even though he was with Seattle by the end of the season, and Tony Perez received a 1990 WS ring as a coach, not a player; 1980 ASGs; coached Ken Griffey Jr. on the 1993 Mariners and 2000-01 Reds)
FCR -    Kevin Warren, Briarcliff Manor, NY

Q.         Who is the only player to hit 400 home runs for the Mariners?
Hint:     He is the only player to have hit 45 home runs in a season for the Mariners.
Hint:     He is the only player to win the All-Star MVP Award after his father had previously won the Award.
Twint:    He was the last Reds player to hit 40 home runs in a season in the 20th Century.
A.         Ken Griffey Jr. (417 HR for SEA; 1992 ASMVP, Sr. 1980 ASMVP; 40 HR for CIN in 2000)
FCR -    Paul Hirsch, Danville, CA

Q.         Which player led the American League in plate appearances 18 years before his son did the same?
Hint:     He played two postseason games during his career, flying out as a pinch-hitter in the first and being caught stealing as a pinch-runner in the second.
Hint:     He was the PTBNL in the trade that sent Eddie Mathews to the Astros.
Twint:    He is one of fourteen shortstops to have worn #2 for the Yankees.
A.         Sandy Alomar (led AL in PA 1970-71, son Roberto led in 1989; FO 1976 ALCS Game 4, CS 1976 ALCS Game 5; sent from ATL to HOU 15-Aug-1967 to complete Mathews trade; #2 for 1975-76 Yankees, played 1 game @ SS in 1975 & 6 games @ SS in 1976)
FCR -    Joe Thompson, Splendora, TX

Q.         Who was the last catcher to win the Rookie of the Year Award unanimously?
Hint:     His ninth-inning single broke up Mike Mussina’s perfect game bid.
Hint:     He is the only Indians manager with a .500 winning percentage.
Twint:    He was dropped from the Hall of Fame ballot two years after his brother was inducted.
A.         Sandy Alomar, Jr. (unanimous AL ROY in 1990; perfect game spoiler 30‑May‑1997; 3-3 as Indians manager in 2012; 2.8% HOF vote in 2013, brother Roberto elected in 2011)
FCR -    David Krassin, New York, NY

Q.         Which second baseman won the Gold Glove Award every year from 1991-2001 except 1997?
Hint:     In a move that confounds researchers to this day, Chuck Knoblauch interrupted his streak.
Hint      Knoblauch had worse fielding percentage, Range Factor per Nine Innings and Range Factor per Game that year.
Hint:     General Manager Joe McIlvaine called him “Dr. J in cleats”.  (No.  Not Knoblauch.)
Twint:    He was traded WITH Joe Carter a year after his brother was traded FOR Joe Carter.
A.         Roberto Alomar (traded w-Carter 05-Dec-1990, brother Sandy, Jr. traded for Carter 06‑Dec‑1989)
FCR -    Michael Daponde, Sacramento, CA

Q.         Who holds the Royals record for most doubles in a season?
Hint:     He is one of five players to hit 100 home runs and steal 100 bases for the team.
Hint:     He was the first three-time winner of the Designated Hitter of the Year Award.
Twint:    He became Royals manager two years after being inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame.
A.         Hal McRae (54 2B in 1977; 169 HR 105 SB, others w- 100/100 are George Brett [317/201], Amos Otis [193/340], Frank White [160/178] & Carlos Beltran [123/164]; DHoY 1976, 80, 82)
FCR -    Joe Thompson, Splendora, TX

Q.         Which player forwent a University of Kansas football scholarship to sign a six-figure bonus deal with the Royals?
Hint:     He and his father were purportedly the first father-and-son to appear together in a Major League game when they both played in the same 1987 spring training game.
Hint:     He was a coach for the United States in the 2010 World Junior Championship.
Twint:    In 1995 he led the National League in both at-bats and outs made.
A.         Brian McRae (17th overall pick in 1985 draft; 580 AB, 437 outs made in 1995)
FCR -    John Rickert, Terre Haute, IN

Q.         Who is the only Major Leaguer with the given name “Patsy”?
Hint:     He led the American League in doubles in 1960, the only time he hit more than 30 in a season.
Hint:     He and Rocky Colavito each had one vote in the 1956 American League Rookie of the Year balloting, keeping Luis Aparicio from winning the award unanimously.
Twint:    He was once traded for Larry Doby, bringing Doby ever so briefly to Detroit.
A.         Tito Francona (given name John Patsy Francona; 36 2B in 1962; traded for Doby 21‑Mar‑1959)
FCR -    J.J. McCoy, Washington, DC

Q.         Who was basketball legend Michael Jordan’s only minor league manager?
Hint:     He and Bobby Valentine traded jobs in 2012.
Hint:     Like his father, he ended his career with the Brewers.
Twint:    He has the most World Series wins among managers who have never lost a World Series game.
A.         Terry Francona (managed Jordan on the 1994 Birmingham Barons; Valentine managed 2012 Red Sox while Francona replaced him on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball; 93 games for 1989-90 Brewers, father Tito played 52 games for 1970 Brewers; 8-0 in WS play [2004 & 2007 WS])
FCR -    Christopher Bell, New York, NY

Q.         Who was the only player to lead his league in stolen bases six times during the 1960s?
Hint:     He was drafted by the Reds and loaned to the Tigers, but never played a game for either team.
Hint:     His 10th inning RBI single won the 1966 All-Star Game.
Twint:    He played in the Dodgers’ first Old-Timers game, even though he was still on the team’s active roster.
A.         Maury Wills (Led NL in SB 1960-65; drafted by CIN 03-Dec-1956 & returned to LAN prior to 1958 season, loaned to DET 13-Oct-1958 & returned to LAN 02-Apr-1959; BRO/LAN OTG 06-Jun-1971; 1966 ASG)
FCR -    Chuck Durante, Dover, DE

Q.         Who holds the Rangers team record for most stolen bases in a season?
Hint:     He and Toby Harrah were the first post-expansion players to hit back-to-back inside-the-park home runs.
Hint:     Ryne Sandberg replaced him as Cubs second baseman.
Twint:    He and his father are the only father-and-son to each hold a team’s single-season stolen bases record.
A.         Bump Wills (52 SB in 1978; btb IPHR 27-Aug-1977; Sandberg moved from 3B to 2B to replace Wills in 1983; dad Maury holds BRO/LAN record w-104 SB in 1962)
FCR -    Fred Worth, Arkadelphia, AR

Q.         Which sub-.200 hitter replaced MVP-to-be Dick Groat for the 1960 Pirates when Groat’s wrist was broken on 06-Sep-1960?
Hint:     He went 31-97 during Groat’s absence, keeping the Pirates in the pennant race.
Hint:     He batted .160 during the two years he had to be kept on the Cardinals’ roster as a bonus baby.
Twint:    He was the first player to bat at Shea Stadium.
A.         Dick Schofield, Sr. (8-50 from 03-Jun-1953 through 02-Jun-1955; Shea debut 17‑Apr‑1964)
FCR -    Paul Hirsch, Danville, CA

Q.         Which former infielder is the uncle of Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth?
Hint:     He shares (with Monte Cross and Rob Deer) the record for most seasons with 400 or more at-bats and less than 100 hits.
Hint:     His two-out walk-off grand slam on 29-Aug-1986 capped an eight-run ninth inning.
Hint:     He and his father were both teammates with pitchers John Curtis, Jerry Reuss, Jim Slaton and Don Sutton.
Twint:    He thrice led the American League (and once the National) in fielding percentage for shortstops.
A.         Dick Schofield, Jr. (4 400+ <100 seasons [1984-85, 91-92; AL SS pct ldr 1984, 87-88, NL 1992)
FCR -    Tom Zocco, Rocky Hill, CT

WEEKLY THEME – Fathers and sons who were Nolan Ryan strikeout victims

Alomars           Last K vs. Ryan
Sr.        24‑Aug‑1975, 5th inning
Jr.        26‑Apr‑1991, 2nd inning
Robbie 18‑Jul‑1991, 7th inning (More famous K 01‑May‑1991, ending Ryan’s 7th no-hitter)

Bobby  13-May-1975, 4th inning
Barry    18-May-1988, 3rd inning

Tito       19‑May‑1968, 6th inning
Terry     18‑Apr‑1987, 3rd inning

Sr.        12‑Apr‑1988, 3rd inning
Jr.        25‑Sep-‑1991, 6th inning

Hal       24‑Sep‑1979, 4th inning
Brian     01-Sep-1992, 2nd inning

Ducky   01-Jun-1968, 7th inning
Dick     24-Sep-1990, 3rd inning

Maury   15-Jun-1971, 7th inning
Bump   28‑Sep‑1979, 5th inning

First Correct Respondent to Identify Theme – Abbey Garber, Dallas, TX (after the Son of Wed. Q.)

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