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1. How many inches was the size rule placed on gloves in the 1950s?Answer: B. 12
2. Which Hall of Famer was not active in 1939 when the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum opened its doors for the first time?Answer: B. Cap Anson
3. In what year was New York briefly left with one Major League Baseball team?Answer: B. 1958
4. Who were the two team captains of the game played at Doubleday Field on June 12, 1939 – Opening Day of the National Baseball Museum?Answer: C. Eddie Collins and Honus Wagner
Hall of Famer Fast Facts
Answer: Kid Nichols
My plaque reads...
PROVIDENCE, BOSTON AND CINCINNATI NATIONAL LEAGUE 1881 TO 1891. GREATEST OF ALL 19TH CENTURY PITCHERS. WINNING 1884 PENNANT FOR PROVIDENCE, RADBOURNE PITCHED LAST 27 GAMES OF SEASON, WON 26. WON 3 STRAIGHT IN WORLD SERIES.
Answer: Old Hoss Radbourne