Detroit Tigers Trivia

Only true Detroit Tigers fan will be able to get over 50%. How can you do?
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Last updated: October 5, 2022
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First submittedJuly 23, 2014
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Who is the Tigers' all-time leader in hits, with 3,900?
Ty Cobb
Who is the only other Tiger with over 3,000 career hits for the team?
Al Kaline
Who was the manager of the 1984 World Series champion Detroit Tigers?
Sparky Anderson
Who was the manager of the 2006 and 2011 teams that advanced to the World Series?
Jim Leyland
What shortstop/second base duo turned over 1,000 double plays?
Alan Trammell
Lou Whitaker
Who are the AAA affiliates of the Detroit Tigers?
Toledo Mud Hens
What Tigers slugger won the Triple Crown in 2012?
Miguel Cabrera
What Tigers pitcher was the American League MVP in 2011?
Justin Verlander
Tiger Stadium was located at the intersection of what two avenues?
What fast food franchise was founded by late Tigers owner Mike Ilitch?
Little Caesar's
What is the name of the Detroit Tigers' mascot?
In what city do the Tigers play spring training?
Who was the voice of the Tigers from 1960 to 2002?
Ernie Harwell
What pitcher won an incredible 31 games in 1968?
Denny McLain
Who is the Tigers' all-time leader in blown saves?
Todd Jones
What Tigers pitcher had 162 wins in the 1980s, more than any other Major League pitcher?
Jack Morris
What 1930s slugger was known as the "Hebrew Hammer"?
Hank Greenberg
What was the nickname of 1970s phenom Mark Fidrych?
The Bird
What hefty slugger hit 51 home runs for the Tigers in 1990?
Cecil Fielder
Level 59
Aug 16, 2016
16/22....not bad for a non Tigers fan.
Level 55
May 2, 2019
Didn't do so hot but remember attending a game at Fenway in 1976 when "The Bird" held forth. He would talk to the ball and had a sensational season. RIP, Mark Fidrych.
Level 84
Nov 6, 2021
Great quiz, but you don't accept the correct answer of "Little Caesar's", yet you do accept the misspelled "Little Ceasar's".

Very surprised no mention made of Mickey Lolich, who out-pitched Bob Gibson in the 1968 World Series, winning 3 games, to rally the Tigers from a 3-games-to-1 deficit to win it all.

Level 3
Oct 5, 2022