U.S. Sports Trivia #4

Can you answer these questions from the world of American sports?
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Last updated: March 7, 2019
First submittedFebruary 27, 2016
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Whose number, 42, was retired by all major league baseball teams?
Jackie Robinson
Who has the single-season record for most three pointers made in a single NBA season?
Stephen Curry
Who is the only player to be named an All-Star in both the NFL and MLB?
Bo Jackson
What city hosts the world's oldest annual marathon?
Boston
What American tennis player has won more than 20 Grand Slam
tennis singles championships?
Serena Williams
What is Knicks short for?
Knickerbockers
Where did David Robinson attend college?
Navy
What quarterback lost a playoff game after vacationing in Mexico with Jessica Simpson?
Tony Romo
What is the team name of the University of Alabama?
Crimson Tide
Who is depicted on the world's most valuable baseball card?
Honus Wagner
What baseball player gained notoriety for the increasing size of his head?
Barry Bonds
What former NFL linebacker appeared in the movie "The Waterboy",
saying "don't smoke crack"?
Lawrence Taylor
Who was Kerri Walsh's partner?
Misty May-Treanor
Who holds the record for most career hits in Major League Baseball history?
Pete Rose
At what sporting event does the winner earn a green jacket?
The Masters
What NHL goalie was known as "The Dominator"?
Dominik Hašek
What is the term for hitting a single, double, triple and home run in the same game?
Hitting for the Cycle
What disease caused the Stanley Cup finals to be cancelled in 1919?
Spanish Flu
What UFC fighter / movie star lost her bantamweight title to Holly Holm in 2015?
Ronda Rousey
What is the most common team name in college football?
(Shared by 5 different bowl-subdivision teams)
Tigers
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Level 88
Feb 29, 2016
Probably should be *Who is depicted on the baseball card.
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Level ∞
Feb 29, 2016
Haha. Fixed.
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Level 74
Mar 2, 2016
For clarity on the Tennis question - 3 men and 11 women have won more than 20 Grand Slams tennis championships, yet only 1 has 20+ singles titles. Can you please specify that it's singles only :)
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Level ∞
Mar 2, 2016
Okay
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Level 61
Apr 29, 2016
I tried "Annapolis" and "Naval Academy" for the Robinson question. I didn't think to try just "Navy".
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Level 71
Jun 5, 2016
I eventually wrote "Navy," but that is not the name of the college he attended, it's the institution of which it is a part. At least allow "Naval Academy" as an alternative answer.
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Level 67
Jun 5, 2016
100% agree...it is the United States Naval Academy...Naval Academy should be accepted.
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Level 74
Jun 5, 2016
Agreed, although if you start to type US Naval Academy, it accepts it after USNA (which is the acronym). But Naval Academy needs to work as well.
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Level ∞
Jun 5, 2016
Naval Academy will work now
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Level 78
Jun 5, 2016
Never heard of Walsh or May-Treanor, but I was guessing Mays for one of the baseball questions which gave me May-Treanor. I love freebies.
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Level 74
Jun 5, 2016
Kerri Walsh & Misty May flat out dominated beach volleyball for about 10 years or so.
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Level 70
Jun 7, 2016
3/20 ......... at least I had a go.
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Level 58
Jun 7, 2016
I got 7, and I'm still thinking that's pretty good, especially since almost half were just lucky guesses!
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Level 81
Dec 8, 2018
"What baseball player gained notoriety for the increasing size of his head?"

All I could think of was Ken Griffey Jr. Thanks, The Simpsons.
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Level ∞
Mar 7, 2019
Lol. Maybe Griffey hooked Bonds up with that nerve tonic.