2017 MLB Season Review

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Quiz by Lawto
Last updated: December 25, 2017
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First submittedNovember 11, 2017
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This team won 22 straight games
Cleveland Indians
This rookie phenom hit 52 home runs, a rookie record
Aaron Judge
This player dove for a ball that landed roughly 50 feet to his left
Steven Souza Jr
The amount of "sudden death" games in the postseason (WC inc)
This player nearly carried his team to the NL Wild Card with 59 home runs
Giancarlo Stanton
This player homered in the All-Star Game, and for the 300th time in his career
Robinson Cano
This team fought through a hurricane to finally go to the Promised Land
Houston Astros
This player threw a no-hitter, and in his next start, tore his UCL
Edinson Volquez
This player played with 3 teams: Astros, Blue Jays, and Mets
Nori Aoki
These stadiums were used as emergency venues during hurricanes
Citi Field
Tropicana Field
This GM tried to trade for just about everyone during the offseason
Jerry DiPoto
This team missed the playoffs. Again
Seattle Mariners
These Yankees were either the best relievers in baseball or a dumpster fire
Aroldis Chapman
This pitcher hit a triple in the NL Wild Card game
Dellin Betances
Archie Bradley
This player decided to go to Italy after missing the World Series roster
Adrian Gonzalez
This Hall-Of-Famer led the Twins to the AL Wild Card
Paul Molitor
This future HOFer hit his 600th career homer
Albert Pujols
This pitcher won against the Rangers to then have defeated every MLB team
Bartolo Colon
Level 36
Nov 13, 2017
Firstly, please allow last names only (or team names without the city and vice-versa). That just falls in line with most other sports quizzes on the site. A few other notes: A lot of players dove for balls roughly 50 feet to the left, but many catch those balls. I think of plays by Byron Buxton or Billy Hamilton successfully catching balls 50 feet from where he was stationed at the outset of the play. This question--and many more--were incredibly vague. The two relievers question, which could be parsed down to the actual answers, could be literally anyone. Addison Reed, Adam Ottavino, and Chris Devenski all came to mind before the Yankees duo (especially since Betances was truly awful this year). The Mariners signed many veterans throughout the year, like Danny Espinosa and Mark Lowe (DiPoto was busy, as usual). Finally, Adrian Gonzalez was not on the World Series roster, so that question is misleading (even if deductively simple).
Level 68
Nov 15, 2017
Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated