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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!)

June 23, 2017
Q: Which pitcher allowed the most regular-season home runs hit by David Ortiz?
A: Roy Halladay, 6
June 22, 2017
Q: Which Hall of Famer holds the record for most career grand slams by a catcher?
A: Mike Piazza (14)
June 21, 2017
Q: Who were the last pair of teammates aged 23 or younger to each hit 25 or more home runs in a season?
A: Ryan Braun (34 HRs) and Prince Fielder (50 HRs) in 2007, when both were 23
June 20, 2017
Q: Who holds the Dodgers' record for the most multi-homer games in one season?
A: Duke Snider (1956) and Adrian Beltre (2004), 7
June 19, 2017
Q: Which Hall of Famer delivered the first RBI in the modern World Series, back in 1903 -- and off which Hall of Fame pitcher?
A: Pittsburgh's Honus Wagner singled in a run off Boston's Cy Young in the top of the first in Game 1.
June 18, 2017
Q: Which pitcher allowed back-to-back home runs to Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. on Sept. 14, 1990?
A: Kirk McCaskill, Angels
June 17, 2017
Q: Which pitcher holds the Expos/Nationals franchise record for consecutive games with 10 or more strikeouts?
A: Pedro Martinez, 6
June 16, 2017
Q: Miguel Cabrera has 7 walk-off homers with the Tigers. Who is their all-time leader?
A: Lou Whitaker, with 8
June 15, 2017
Q: Who is the lowest-drafted player to be elected to the Hall of Fame?
A: Mike Piazza (62nd round, 1,390th overall, 1988)
June 14, 2017
Q: Who holds the record for most multi-homer games as a rookie?
A: Mark McGwire (7 such games with the A's in 1987)
June 13, 2017
Q: Which three teams drafted first overall while residing in first place, like the Twins this year?
A: 1989 Orioles (selected Ben McDonald), 1995 Angels (Darin Erstad), 2001 Twins (Joe Mauer)
June 12, 2017
Q: Who is the oldest overall No. 1 Draft pick active in the Majors?
A: The Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez (drafted first by the Marlins in 2000)
June 11, 2017
Q: Which future Hall of Fame third basemen were selected with back-to-back picks in the 1971 Draft?
A: George Brett (No. 29 overall by KC) and Mike Schmidt (No. 30 by PHI)
June 10, 2017
Q: Who was the last American League pitcher before Ervin Santana to hit a three-run double?
A: Bill Gogolewski, Senators (9/22/1971)