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Trivia Quiz - MLB Hall of Famers

I'll describe a member of baseball's Hall of Fame and you tell me who it is. This is great MLB Hall of Fame trivia!

Quiz Number: 4408
Date Submitted: April 12, 2012
Quiz Categories: Major League Baseball
Quiz Type: People Quiz
Author: dartjock
Average Score: 89.5 percent
Times Taken: 41 times
Taken by Registered Users: 1

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1. I replaced Bobby Thompson after he broke his leg and went on to hit a few hundred home runs with the Braves.
  A.   Dale Murphy
  B.   Hack Wilson
  C.   Hank Aaron
  D.   Dave Kingman

2. I spent my entire career wearing #5 for the Cincinnati Reds and was an integral part of The Big Red Machine.
  A.   Pete Rose
  B.   Johnny Bench
  C.   Tony Perez
  D.   Joe Morgan

3. I was know as the Wizard and spent most of my career with the St. Louis Cardinals.
  A.   Garry Templeton
  B.   Ozmand Jones
  C.   Jeffrey Osbourne
  D.   Ozzie Smith

4. I grew up in an orphanage and was known as the Bambino.
  A.   Babe Ruth
  B.   Mickey Mantle
  C.   Roger Maris
  D.   Joe Dimaggio

5. I had a hitting streak of 56 games and I was also married to Marilyn Monroe.
  A.   Mickey Mantle
  B.   Dom Dimaggio
  C.   Joe Dimaggio
  D.   Roger Maris

6. I was baseball's first Iron Man playing in 2,130 consecutive games, thus my nickname The Iron Horse.
  A.   Lou Gehrig
  B.   Duke Snider
  C.   Cal Ripken Jr.
  D.   Mickey Mantle

7. I hit three consecutive home runs in the deciding game of the 1977 World Series earning the nickname Mr. October. I had a candy bar named after me.
  A.   Henry Aaron
  B.   Don Baylor
  C.   Babe Ruth
  D.   Reggie Jackson

8. I spent my entire career with the Kansas City Royals and am famous for the "Pine Tar" game against the New York Yankees.
  A.   Billy Martin
  B.   George Brett
  C.   Wade Boggs
  D.   Don Mattingly

9. I played my entire career with the Baltimore Orioles and was managed for awhile by my father. I also became baseball's new Iron Man by playing in 2,632 consecutive games.
  A.   Ozzie Smith
  B.   Pete Rose
  C.   Cal Ripken Jr.
  D.   Eddie Murray

10. I led the 1979 "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates to a World Series Championship while playing first base. I'm known for my nickname "Pops."
  A.   Dave Parker
  B.   Willie Stargell
  C.   Ed Ott
  D.   Omar Moreno®   

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