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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 28, 2017
Q: Who was the winning pitcher in Game 1 of the 1918 World Series between the Red Sox and Cubs?
A: Babe Ruth, BOS
April 27, 2017
Q: Who are the only two players to hit for the cycle twice in one season?
A: Babe Herman (1931) and Aaron Hill (2012)
April 26, 2017
Q: Chris Coghlan beat out which of his current Blue Jays teammates for the NL ROY Award in 2009?
A: J.A. Happ, who posted a 2.93 ERA for the Phillies that year
April 25, 2017
Q: Who holds the Brewers' single-season record for home runs?
A: Prince Fielder (50 in 2007)
April 24, 2017
Q: Who was the last Red Sox rookie to go 5-for-5 in a game?
A: Brock Holt (7/13/2014)
April 23, 2017
Q: Which pitcher allowed Dave Winfield's first home run for the Yankees?
A: Jack Morris, DET (4/29/1981)
April 22, 2017
Q: Who was the last player to hit an inside-the-park grand slam?
A: Aaron Altherr, PHI (9/25/2015)
April 21, 2017
Q: The Expos' Delino DeShields received one first-place vote in the 1990 NL Rookie of the Year voting. Who received the other 23 and won?
A: The Braves' David Justice
April 20, 2017
Q: Who holds the career record for the most home runs hit at Safeco Field?
A: Raul Ibanez (83)
April 19, 2017
Q: Who is the only pitcher to fan the side on nine pitches three different times?
A: The Dodgers' Sandy Koufax, who did it in 1962, '63 and '64
April 18, 2017
Q: Who was the last player to homer in as many as six consecutive games?
A: The Rockies' Nolan Arenado (9/1/2015-9/5/2015)
April 17, 2017
Q: Before the Marlins' J.T. Riddle did it on Sunday, who was the last player to hit a walk-off blast for his first career homer?
A: Max Kepler of the Twins (vs. Red Sox, June 12, 2016)
April 16, 2017
Q: Who did Andrew McCutchen pass for fourth place on the Pirates' all-time home runs list with No. 177?
A: Barry Bonds.
April 15, 2017
Q: Jackie Robinson won the 1949 NL MVP Award over four other future Hall of Famers -- two Cardinals, a Pirate and a Dodger. Who were they?
A: Cardinals Stan Musial (second) and Enos Slaughter (third), Pirate Ralph Kiner and Dodger Pee Wee Reese