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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!)

September 19, 2017
Q: Aaron Judge has 28 homers at home. Who are the only two players to hit 30 in a season at the old Yankee Stadium?
A: Lou Gehrig (30 in 1934) and Roger Maris (30 in 1961)
September 18, 2017
Q: Who was the last Tigers pitcher to throw a no-hitter?
A: Justin Verlander (against Blue Jays on May 7, 2011)
September 17, 2017
Q: Which team has won the most AL Central titles?
A: The Indians (9); the Twins are second (6)
September 16, 2017
Q: Who are the four Yankees managers to win 1,000 games with the franchise?
A: Joe McCarthy (1,460 wins), Joe Torre (1,173), Casey Stengel (1,149), Miller Huggins (1,067)
September 15, 2017
Q: Jose Ramirez is just the third hitter in Indians history to compile at least 50 doubles and 80 extra-base hits in a single season. Who are the other two?
A: Albert Belle (1995) and Tris Speaker (1923)
September 14, 2017
Q: Paul Goldschmidt became the second player with 1,000 hits as a D-back. Who is the other one?
A: Luis Gonzalez (1,337 hits with Arizona)
September 13, 2017
Q: Which team beat the A's to end their winning streak at 20 games in 2002?
A: The Twins, with a 6-0 victory
September 12, 2017
Q: Who hit the walk-off home run to extend the A's AL-record win streak to 20 games in 2002?
A: Scott Hatteberg
September 11, 2017
Q: Who are the only two players in Major League history with 50 or more home runs in their first 162 career games?
A: Mark McGwire and Gary Sanchez
September 10, 2017
Q: Who was the last White Sox player before Jose Abreu to hit for the cycle?
A: Jose Valentin (4/27/2000)
September 9, 2017
Q: Which three players turned the Tigers' previous triple play on Aug. 1, 2001?
A: Damion Easley, Deivi Cruz and Shane Halter
September 8, 2017
Q: Who had the longest hitting streak in the Majors during the 2016 season?
A: Freddie Freeman (30 games, from Aug. 24-Sept. 28)
September 7, 2017
Q: Before the Indians, who was the last team to post winning streaks of at least 14 games in back-to-back years?
A: 1936 Cubs, who won 15 in a row; 1935 club posted an MLB-record 21-game streak
September 6, 2017
Q: Who was the last player before Manny Machado to hit three walk-off homers in the span of 19 days?
A: Sammy Sosa, CHC (1996)