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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!)

October 3, 2015
Q: Who is the only rookie besides Carlos Correa to record a single, triple, homer and walk in the same game since 1914?
A: Ted Williams, BOS (1939)
October 2, 2015
Q: Before Jose Abreu, who was the last player with 100 RBIs in each of his first two seasons?
A: The Yankees' Hideki Matsui (2003-04)
October 1, 2015
Q: Who led the Blue Jays in wins in 1993?
A: Pat Hentgen (19-9)
September 30, 2015
Q: Which team was the last to win three straight NL West titles?
A: Atlanta Braves, 1991-93
September 29, 2015
Q: Who is the Cardinals' all-time leader in saves?
A: Jason Isringhausen (217)
September 28, 2015
Q: Who was the last pitcher to throw two no-hitters in the same regular season?
A: Nolan Ryan, Angels (1973)
September 27, 2015
Q: Who was World Series MVP for the Blue Jays in 1993?
A: Paul Molitor
September 26, 2015
Q: Who are the only three players in Houston franchise history with double digits in doubles, triples and home runs in the same season?
A: Jose Cruz, Joe Morgan and Evan Gattis
September 25, 2015
Q: Who led the 1985 Royals in home runs?
A: Steve Balboni (36)
September 24, 2015
Q: Before Robinson Cano, who was the last Mariner to record his 2,000th hit?
A: Ichiro Suzuki
September 23, 2015
Q: Yogi Berra has won the most World Series (10) as a player, but who's second?
A: Joe DiMaggio (9)
September 22, 2015
Q: Who was the last pitcher to go undefeated with at least 10 victories at home?
A: Zack Greinke, MIL (11-0 in 2011)
September 21, 2015
Q: Who was the winning pitcher in the deciding Game 5 of the 2000 World Series?
A: Mike Stanton, Yankees
September 20, 2015
Q: Who are the only Reds players to hit at least 40 doubles and 35 homers in the same season?
A: Frank Robinson and Todd Frazier