A comprehensive trivia book that enables readers to compete as they answer questions! In The New Book of Baseball Trivia, experienced baseball author Wayne Stewart includes 500 fun and engaging questions and answers on everyone's favorite former and active players and coaches. Readers are awarded a single, double, triple, or homer based on the difficulty level of the question, with the goal to score as many runs as possible by the end of the book. They are kept on their toes by answers head-scratchers such as:
Which team became the first one ever to have three of its players hit 40+ homers in a season?
Who was the shortest man ever to appear in a big-league game?
Which two brothers combined for more lifetime home runs than any other brother act?
When Shane Bieber won the 2020 Cy Young Award, he became the fifth Cleveland Indian to capture that honor. Name three of the other four men to accomplish this.
Which two men bashed more home runs while teammates than any other teammate combo?
And many more!
This book makes the perfect gift for the baseball-loving fan!
Wayne Stewart has been a professional sportswriter for more than thirty-five years and has authored thirty books, including Name that Ballplayer, You’ re the Umpire, and The Little Giant Book of Basketball Facts.
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