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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!)

April 18, 2015
Q: Which pitcher gave up Mike Trout's first big league homer?
A: Mark Worrell (July 24, 2011, vs. Orioles)
April 17, 2015
Q: Who held the Marlins career home run record that Giancarlo Stanton broke?
A: Dan Uggla (154 home runs from 2006-10)
April 16, 2015
Q: Who was the last player to homer in six consecutive games?
A: Chris Davis, Orioles (2012)
April 15, 2015
Q: Which Braves right-hander was the starting pitcher in Jackie Robinson's debut?
A: Johnny Sain
April 14, 2015
Q: Who managed the Royals in 2003, when they got off to a franchise-best 9-0 start?
A: Tony Pena
April 13, 2015
Q: Which pitcher surrendered Albert Pujols' first career home run?
A: Armando Reynoso, ARI (4/6/2001)
April 12, 2015
Q: Which team was the last to start a season 6-0?
A: The 2011 Texas Rangers
April 11, 2015
Q: Who has the most extra-inning home runs in Red Sox history?
A: Ted Williams (13)
April 10, 2015
Q: Which two visiting players have the most home runs at the new Yankee Stadium?
A: Toronto's Jose Bautista and Tampa Bay's Evan Longoria (13 each)
April 9, 2015
Q: Who was the last Dodger to hit three home runs in one game?
A: Juan Uribe (9/9/13 vs. Arizona)
April 8, 2015
Q: Who was the opposing starting pitcher for Felix Hernandez's first career victory?
A: Kyle Lohse, MIN (8/9/2005)
April 7, 2015
Q: Since 1914, who is the oldest starting pitcher to win on Opening Day?
A: The Yankees' Tommy John beat the Twins on 4/4/1989 at the age of 45 years, 317 days
April 6, 2015
Q: Which active pitcher has the most career Opening Day starts?
A: The Yankees' CC Sabathia (11)
April 5, 2015
Q: Who was the last team to win 100 or more games in the regular season?
A: Phillies (102 in 2011)