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December 04, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38 Friday, December 4, 1981

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— Bishop Berkeley

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Jewish Baseball Quiz

Q: In 1952, who caught
Virgil Trucks' first no-
hitter?
A: Joe Ginsberg. On May
15, 1952, in the bottom of
the ninth inning, Vic Wertz'
two-out home run ended a
scoreless tie. Trucks and the
Tigers defeated the Wash-
ington Senators 1-0. Bob
Porterfield, who gave up
four hits, was the losing
pitcher.
Q: What pitcher yielded
Saul Rogovin's first
major league home run?
A: Ed Lopat. On July 23,
1950, in the second inning,
Rogovin, the Tiger pitcher
hit a grand slam homer
scoring Hoot Evers, Don
Kollaway and Bob Swift.
Rogovin left the game in the
sixth inning. The Tigers
came from behind, scoring
two runs in the ninth in-
ning, to defeat the New
York Yankees, at Yankee
Stadium, 6-5. Rogovin had
the best earned run average
in the American League in
1951.
Q: In 1970, Cincinnati
Reds' pitcher Bo Be-
linsky singled in his only
at bat of the season. What
pitcher yielded the-hit
which enabled Belinsky
to bat 1.000?
A: Bill Hands. On May 18,
1970, Belinsky singled in
the third inning as the
Chicago Cubs defeated the
Reds, 12-5.
Who caught Sandy
Koufax's first major
league shutout?
A: Roy Campanella. On
Aug. 27, 1955, Koufax gave
up a first inning single to
Ted Kluszewski and a ninth
inning, two out, double to
Sam Mele. He struckout 14
batters in winning his first
game. The Brooklyn Dod-
gers defeated the Cincin-
nati Reds, at Ebbets Field,
7-0. Art Fowler (currently, a
coach for the Tigers) was the
losing pitcher.
Q: In 1961, Willie Mays
hit four home runs in one
game. What pitcher re-



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tired Mays in his remain-
ing plate appearance?
A: Moe Drabowsky. On
April 30, 1961, in the fifth
inning, Mays hit a line drive
to the center fielder. Mays
homered in the first and
third innings off Lew Bur-
dette. He homered in the
sixth inning off Seth
Morehead and in the eighth
inning off Don McMahon.
The San Francisco Giants
defeated the Milwaukee
Braves, at County Stadium,
14-4.
Q: Ty Cobb had 890
career stolen bases. Who
was the only catcher to
throw out Cobb, attempt-
ing to steal, in a World
Series game?
A: Johnny Kling. On Oct.
12, 1907, in the sixth in-
ning, with one out, Cobb
singled and continued to
second on an error. He was
then caught stealing, Kling
to Harry Steinfeldt, the
Cubs' third baseman. The
Chicago Cubs defeated the
Tigers, in the fifth and last
game, 2-0. Three Finger
Brown was the winning
pitcher.
Q: Harry Danning, New
York Giants catcher, had
one hit in All Star Game
competition. What
pitcher surrendered this
hit?
A: Bob Feller. On July 9,
1940, in the eighth inning,
Mel Ott walked, was sac-
rificed to second, and scored
on Danning's single. The
National League defeated
the American League, at
Sportsman's Park, St.
Louis, 4-0.
Q: Hank Greenberg hit
306 home runs while with
the Tigers. What pitcher
yielded Greenberg's first
National League homer?
A: Hank Wyse. On April
17, 1947, Greenberg, the
Pittsburgh Pirates new first
baseman, homered in the
second inning. The Pirates
defeated the Chicago Cubs,
at Wrigley Field, 7-1.
Preacher Roe was the win-
ning pitcher. Greenberg, in
his last season in the major
leagues, hit 25 home runs.

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eral Assembly of the Decla-
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