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Ultimate MLB Quiz

Can you complete this ultimate MLB Trivia test?
Sports leaders in MLB
Quiz by MTwo
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Last updated: April 5, 2023
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First submittedApril 5, 2023
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This team has the most MVPs with 23
New York Yankees
Most World Series Wins(Player)
Yogi Berra
Most Losses (Pitching)(all-time)
Cy Young
Most World Series Wins(Team)
New York Yankees
Most Double Plays Grounded Into(all-time)
Albert Pujols
This team has the most losses in MLB history
Philadelphia Phillies
Most Home Runs(all-time)
Barry Bonds
Most Home Runs in a Season
Barry Bonds
Most Hits(all-time)
Pete Rose
Most Saves(all-time)
Mariano Rivera
Most Wins (Pitching)(all-time)
Cy Young
Most Stolen Bases(all-time)
Ricky Henderson
Most times Caught Stealing(all-time)
Ricky Henderson
Most RBI(all-time)
Hank Aaron
Most Sac Flies(all-time)
Eddie Murray
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Most Runs Scored(all-time)
Ricky Henderson
This player was nicknamed "Mr. October"
Reggie Jackson
This stadium is the oldest currently in use
Fenway Park
Most World Series Apperances(Player)
Yogi Berra
This team used to be called the Seattle Pilots
Milwaukee Brewers
This player won the pitching triple crown in 2020
Shane Bieber
This team was originally called the Baltimore Orioles
New York Yankees
This team has never made the World Series
Seattle Mariners
Highest Batting Average in a season(Player)
Tony Gwynn
This team has won the pennant in both Leagues
Houston Astros
This team most recently changed it's name
Cleveland Guardians
This player's number is retired by every team
Jackie Robinson
Longest hitting streak(all-time)
Joe DiMaggio
This catcher is part of the longest battery record in MLB
Yadier Molina
This player's number was the first to be retired
Lou Gehrig
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