Statistics for Baseball in the 1990s

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YearClueAnswer% Correct
1990Younger half of the first father-son duo to play as teammates.Ken Griffey, Jr.
96%
1991Hurls his record 7th no-hitter.Nolan Ryan
86%
1995Breaks consecutive games played streak with 2131.Cal Ripken, Jr.
84%
1994Event wiped out by a player strike.World Series
82%
1990TV network broadcasts its first baseball game.ESPN
80%
1992Wins the first of his 13 gold gloves, most of any catcher in history.Ivan Rodriguez
76%
1993Expansion team joins the NL along with the Colorado Rockies.Florida Marlins
75%
1998Sets the record for most home runs in a season with 70. The record fell 3 years later.Mark McGwire
74%
1993Team wins their second consecutive world series.Toronto Blue Jays
74%
1993Hits a walk-off home run to win the world series.Joe Carter
73%
1998Team wins its 6th Cy Young Award of the decade. (Tom Glavine wins the 1998 award.)Atlanta Braves
72%
1995Wins the last of his 4 consecutive Cy Young Awards.Greg Maddux
71%
1998Team moves to the NL after 29 years in the AL.Milwaukee Brewers
65%
1996TV Network televises its first baseball game.Fox Sports
64%
1996Forced to retire due to an eye condition. He later made the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.Kirby Puckett
58%
1990Starter-turned-reliever allows only 5 runs the entire season for 0.61 ERA.Dennis Eckersley
56%
1993Sets the career save record. It stands for 13 years.Lee Smith
50%
1990Sets Major League record for saves in a season, broken in 2008.Bobby Thigpen
29%
1998Free agent signs the first $100 million contract. $105 million over 7 years with the Dodgers.Kevin Brown
26%
1996Fan steals a home run for the Yankees in game 1 of the ALCS. (Name the fan.)Jeffrey Maier
25%

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