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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!)

November 25, 2015
Q: Which Hall of Fame pitcher gave up the most home runs to Willie Mays?
A: Warren Spahn (18 in 253 plate appearances)
November 24, 2015
Q: Who was the last player to hit two home runs in an All-Star Game?
A: The Expos' Gary Carter, in 1981
November 23, 2015
Q: After Dave Roberts' stolen base and tying run in the bottom of the ninth in Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS, who hit the walk-off home run for Boston?
A: David Ortiz, in the 12th inning
November 22, 2015
Q: Who finished second to Ken Griffey Jr. in 1997 American League Most Valuable Player voting?
A: Tino Martinez, Yankees
November 21, 2015
Q: Which two players did the Tigers acquire in the Dec. 2007 trade sending Cameron Maybin and five other players to the Marlins?
A: Miguel Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis
November 20, 2015
Q: Who was the last unanimous NL MVP?
A: The Cardinals' Albert Pujols (2009)
November 19, 2015
Q: Which team was the last to win three of the four BBWAA awards?
A: The 2001 Mariners: Ichiro Suzuki (MVP and ROY) and Lou Piniella (MOY)
November 18, 2015
Q: Which recently retired member of the 500 Home Run Club shares a birthday today with David Ortiz?
A: Gary Sheffield
November 17, 2015
Q: Who was the last Astros player to win the National League Rookie of the Year Award?
A: Jeff Bagwell (1991)
November 16, 2015
Q: Who was the last Royals player voted American League Rookie of the Year?
A: Angel Berroa (2003)
November 15, 2015
Q: Who finished second to Jeremy Hellickson in 2011 American League Rookie of the Year voting?
A: Mark Trumbo, Angels
November 14, 2015
Q: Craig Kimbrel leads MLB with 224 saves since 2011, when he became a closer. Who is second?
A: Huston Street (166)
November 13, 2015
Q: Who is the only player to have No. 13 retired in Major League Baseball?
A: Dave Concepcion of the Reds
November 12, 2015
Q: Who is the Reds' career saves leader?
A: Danny Graves (182 saves)