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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!)

May 30, 2016
Q: Who was the last pitcher to finish a season with more victories than walks allowed? (min. 162 IP)
A: Bret Saberhagen, NYM (14 W, 13 BB in 1994)
May 29, 2016
Q: Which two Angels players have homered in the same game the most times in franchise history?
A: Garret Anderson and Tim Salmon (28)
May 28, 2016
Q: Who is the last player to hit for the cycle while hitting two home runs?
A: Greg Colbrunn, ARI (9/18/2002)
May 27, 2016
Q: Who holds the single-season record for doubles by a player in his age-40 season or older?
A: Sam Rice, WSH (35 in 1930)
May 26, 2016
Q: Which two Hall of Famers share the record with 12 All-Star seasons as second basemen?
A: Nellie Fox and Roberto Alomar
May 25, 2016
Q: Which two Hall of Famers share the record for most starts with 10+ K's in a single season?
A: Nolan Ryan (23 games in 1973) and Randy Johnson (23 games each in 1999-2001)
May 24, 2016
Q: Who was the last left-handed starting pitcher to begin a season 10-0?
A: The Yankees' Ron Guidry (13-0 in 17 starts, 1978)
May 23, 2016
Q: Who holds the longest hitting streak in Red Sox history?
A: Dom Dimaggio (34 in 1949)
May 22, 2016
Q: Which two pitchers share the Dodgers' single-game strikeout record?
A: Sandy Koufax and Ramon Martinez (18)
May 21, 2016
Q: Who holds the longest hit streak for the Red Sox?
A: Dom DiMaggio (34 games, 1949)
May 20, 2016
Q: Who was the last pitcher to start a season 9-0?
A: Arizona's Brandon Webb, 2008
May 19, 2016
Q: Before this year, which team most recently turned multiple triple plays in one season?
A: The 2007 Phillies
May 18, 2016
Q: Khris Davis became the second to cap a 3-HR night with a walk-off grand slam. Who was the first?
A: Joey Votto (5/13/2012 vs. Nationals)
May 17, 2016
Q: Who was the last pitcher to lead his league in strikeouts in three consecutive seasons?
A: Tim Lincecum, SF (2008-10)