Whose Game 4, bottom of the 10th inning home run against Arizona in the 1999 NLDS won the series for the Mets?
Hint: It wasn't Mike Piazza.
Which three schools did Mark Turgeon act as head coach for before coming to Maryland in 2011?
Hint: None of the three schools belong to the ACC
Who are the only two managers to win a World Series title in each league?
Hint: One managed in the 70s and the other just retired within the last 2 years
Who is the smallest player to ever play in the NBA?
Hint: He was drafted in 1983 out of Wake Forest
Did you know?
Tiger Woods is Buddhist.
This Week's Birthdays
Monday, January 28: Jermaine Dye, Daunte Culpepper, Jessica Ennis
Jessica Ennis after winning gold in London (Jan 28)
Tuesday, January 29: Dominik Hasek, Jair Jurrjens, Greg Louganis, Eddie Jordan
Wednesday, January 30: Tom Izzo, Davey Johnson, Jalen Rose
Thursday, January 31: Jackie Robinson, Nolan Ryan, Ernie Banks, Vernon Davis
The immortal #42, Jackie Robinson (Jan 31)
Friday, February 1: Dick Snyder
Saturday, February 2: Donald Driver, Kenny Albert
Sunday, February 3: Fred Lynn, Julio Jones, Fran Tarkenton, Ratief Goosen
Falcons WR Julio Jones (Feb 3)
Last Week's Answers:
Mets TriviaIn 2000, the Mets acquired two players at the trade deadline, both of whom hit a home run in their first Mets at bat. Who were they?
Hint: One was an outfielder and one was a shortstop. Both were acquired from the AL East
Answers: Mike Bordick and Bubba Trammell
Terps TriviaWhich Terps player hit a game-winning buzzer-beater against UNC-Wilmington in the first round of the 2003 NCAA Tournament?
Hint: He was the Terps leading scorer that year
There's the shot
Answer: Drew Nicholas
Besides the Yankees, who are the 7 other teams to win multiple World Series titles since 1977?
Answers: Dodgers (81 and 88), Blue Jays (92 and 93), Twins (87 and 91), Marlins (97 and 03), Red Sox (04 and 07), Cardinals (06 and 11) and the Giants (2010 and 2012)
Sports TriviaCollege Basketball: Only two teams lower than a 12-seed have reached the Sweet 16 since 2001. Who were they?
Hint: Both were 13-seeds (1 in 2006 and 1 in 2012)
Answers: Bradley (2006) and Ohio (2012)