Every Monday through September 3rd, Not the News will feature a new Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball Trivia Question. A winner out of correct entries will be chosen each week and will win 6 FREE tickets to any Myrtle Beach Pelicans Home Team Game!
8/27: If a batter "hits for the cycle", what is the minimum number of total bases that he will achieve? Answer: 10 Congratulations Richard Zahn!
8/20: Where is the "Keystone Sack" located on a baseball diamond? Answer: Second Base
Congratulations Melissa Acheson!
8/13: What Major League baseball manager has more career victories than any other in history? Answer: Connie Mack Congratulations Sharon Rhodes!
8/6: Who currently holds the record for most career HR's and RBI's in World Series history? Answer: Mickey Mantle Congratulations Katrina Owen!
7/30: Who were the first two teams to play in the first World Series, and when did it take place? Answer: Pittsburgh and Boston in 1903 Congratulations Karesha Newberry!
7/16: In Baseball lingo, what does the term " Twin Killing " mean? Answer: Double Play Congratulations to Ernesto Hernandez!
7/9: What is the distance from the pitcher's mound to home plate? Answer: 60 feet 6 inches Congratulations to Lisa Ault!
7/2: What are the only two days of the year in which there are no professional games? Answer: The day before and after the MLB All-Star Game Congratulations to Jim Edwards!
6/25: Who is the only person in both the baseball and football Hall of Fame? Answer: Major League Umpire Cal Hubbard Congratulations to Randy Plummer!
6/18: In Major League Baseball, what is the distance between bases? Answer: 90 feet Congratulations to Katrisa Adams!
6/11: In how many World Series did Babe Ruth play during his 22 year career? Answer: 10
Congratulations to Tom Willke!
6/4: What baseball card is considered the most valuable? Answer: Honus Wagner Tobacco Card Congratulations to Ryan Oxendine!
5/28: From 1915-1920, which Hall of Fame pitcher won three Triple Crowns? Answer: Pete Alexander Congratulations to Richard Mayberry!
5/21: Who through the last legal spitball? Answer: Burleigh Grimes for the New York Yankees in 1934. Congratulations to Charles Uber!