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Morning Lineup Trivia

Answers to the burning Qs posed by your favorite daily e-mail. Read and learn, baseball fans... (or, pat yourself on the back if you knew the answer!)

September 2, 2015
Q: Zack Greinke lowered his ERA to 1.59. What is the Dodgers' single-season record?
A: 1.58, by Rube Marquard in 1916
September 1, 2015
Q: Who has the longest hitting streak in Blue Jays history?
A: Shawn Green (28 games in 1999)
August 31, 2015
Q: Who was the last visiting pitcher to throw a no-hitter at Dodger Stadium?
A: Atlanta's Kent Mercker (4/8/1994)
August 30, 2015
Q: Who is the only Blue Jays player besides Edwin Encarnacion to drive in nine runs in one game?
A: Roy Howell, 9/10/1977
August 29, 2015
Q: Who led the American League in home runs in 1989?
A: Fred McGriff, TOR (36)
August 28, 2015
Q: Who was the last AL player to lead the league in hits and homers?
A: Boston's Jim Rice, 1978
August 27, 2015
Q: Only one of Nolan Ryan's 7 no-hitters was against an NL team? Which one?
A: The Dodgers (a 5-0 Astros win on 9/26/1981)
August 26, 2015
Q: Jose Bautista tied Joe Carter with his fourth 30-homer season. Who is first in Blue Jays history?
A: Carlos Delgado (8)
August 25, 2015
Q: What is the record for the most home runs by both teams in a game?
A: 12, set by the White Sox and Tigers on May 28, 1995, and July 2, 2002
August 24, 2015
Q: Who is the Rangers' career leader in victories?
A: Charlie Hough (139)
August 23, 2015
Q: Which pitcher holds the record for most doubles allowed in one game?
A: Curt Schilling, BOS (9 on 8/10/2006 vs. KC)
August 22, 2015
Q: Who was the last pitcher to throw a no-hitter in an Interleague game?
A: The Marlins' Henderson Alvarez (Sept. 29, 2013, vs. the Tigers)
August 21, 2015
Q: Who was the last Cubs starter to lead the NL in wins outright?
A: Rick Sutcliffe (18 wins in 1987)
August 20, 2015
Q: Who was the last pitcher to homer in his first plate appearance?
A: Washington's Tommy Milone in 2011