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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!)

December 2, 2016
Q: Randy Johnson finished third in the 1994 AL Cy Young Award voting. Who won?
A: The Royals' David Cone
December 1, 2016
Q: Andrew McCutchen ranks fifth in Pirates history with 175 home runs. Which slugger finished his Bucs career with one more homer?
A: Barry Bonds (176 homers in seven seasons in Pittsburgh)
November 30, 2016
Q: In the 1989 All-Star Game, Bo Jackson led off the bottom of the first with a homer. Who followed and went back-to-back?
A: Red Sox third baseman Wade Boggs
November 29, 2016
Q: Mariano Rivera's highest Cy Young Award finish was second place. Who won that year?
A: Bartolo Colon, LAA (2005)
November 28, 2016
Q: Which three players are the only trio to win three consecutive RBI titles for the same team?
A: Will Clark, Kevin Mitchell and Matt Williams, SF (1988-90)
November 27, 2016
Q: Which current big league manager was drafted in the same round as Tim Raines in the 1977 MLB Draft?
A: Buck Showalter (5th, Yankees)
November 26, 2016
Q: Born on this date in 1908, which southpaw tossed a complete game in Game 5 of the 1937 World Series to lift the Yankees to a title against the Giants?
A: Lefty Gomez
November 25, 2016
Q: Born today in 1966, this former player smashed a record-tying 4 HRs to go along with 12 RBIs on Sept. 7, 1993
A: Mark Whiten
November 24, 2016
Q: Which Hall of Famer won six Negro League home run titles for the Detroit Stars?
A: Turkey Stearnes
November 23, 2016
Q: Who was the first baseball figure to receive a Medal of Freedom?
A: Former catcher Moe Berg, who was honored in 1945 by Harry S. Truman
November 22, 2016
Q: The top two Canadian-born home run hitters are on the Hall of Fame ballot. Who are they?
A: Larry Walker (383 HRs) and Matt Stairs (265)
November 21, 2016
Q: Who was the last pitcher to lead the American League in strikeouts in three consecutive seasons?
A: Johan Santana, MIN (2004-06)
November 20, 2016
Q: Who was the last Cubs prospect to be named Arizona Fall League Most Valuable Player?
A: Kris Bryant (2013)
November 19, 2016
Q: Which Giant hit the first grand slam in Interleague Play?
A: Shortstop Rich Aurilia (vs. the Angels, 6/14/1997)