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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 17, 2017
Q: Who is the only Astros player besides Jose Altuve to win a Most Valuable Player Award?
A: Jeff Bagwell (NL MVP in 1994)
November 16, 2017
Q: Who is the most recent player to win AL MVP and win the World Series in the same season?
A: The Tigers' Willie Hernandez, 1984
November 15, 2017
Q: Which four teams have never had a Cy Young Award winner?
A: The Marlins, Rangers, Rockies and Reds
November 14, 2017
Q: Who was the last Manager of the Year Award winner from a 100-win team?
A: The Mariners' Lou Piniella, 2001 (116-46 record)
November 13, 2017
Q: Which two teams are tied for the most American League Rookie of the Year Awards?
A: A's and Yankees (8)
November 12, 2017
Q: Who hit the most career home runs among Major Leaguers who played at the University of Miami?
A: Mike Piazza (427)
November 11, 2017
Q: The Rookie of the Year Award was first presented in 1947. Who was the first Yankee to win it?
A: Gil McDougald, 1951
November 10, 2017
Q: Which pitcher has won the most Silver Slugger Awards?
A: Mike Hampton (5)
November 9, 2017
Q: Who are the four Yankees first basemen to reach 200 home runs with the club?
A: Lou Gehrig (493), Don Mattingly (222), Jason Giambi (209), Mark Teixeira (206)
November 8, 2017
Q: Roy Halladay won 203 games in his career, which spanned 1998-2013. Who are the only three pitchers to win more in that time?
A: Tim Hudson, Andy Pettitte and CC Sabathia (each won 205 games from 1998-2013)
November 7, 2017
Q: Who played the most games in the 1980s?
A: Dale Murphy (1,553 games)
November 6, 2017
Q: Who was the first pitcher in American League history to strike out 300 or more batters in a season?
A: Rube Waddell, PHI (302 in 1903)
November 5, 2017
Q: Before Whit Merrifield this season, who was the last Royals player to lead the American League in stolen bases?
A: Johnny Damon (46 in 2000)
November 4, 2017
Q: Who was the last pitcher to strike out 300 or more batters in a season but not lead the league?
A: Curt Schilling (316 in 2002; his D-backs teammate Randy Johnson K'd 334)