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New York Yankees: 1913 Season

Test your baseball knowledge of the New York Yankees: 1913 Season
Get up to bat in this FANatical About Baseball Trivia quiz.
"Check Your Answers" at the end of the quiz.

Trivia powered by ABE1) William Devery and Frank Farrell were the owners of the New York Yankees.

  • True or False?

2) In 1913, the Yankees moved from Highland Park.  Where did the play the 1913 season home games?

  1. Brotherhood Park
  2. Brush Stadium
  3. Metro Stadium
  4. Polo Grounds

3) Who was the manager of the 1913 Yankees?

  1. Franklin Pierce Adams
  2. Frank Chance
  3. Barney Oldfield
  4. John F. Powers

4) The Yankees open their 1913 season on Thursday, Apr 10 in an away game. Who did they open the season against?

  1. Detroit Tigers
  2. St. Louis Browns
  3. Philadelphia Phillies
  4. Washington Senators

5) Who lead the team in hitting with 145 hits and a .272 batting average?

  1. Doc Cook
  2. Birdie Cree
  3. Bert Daniels
  4. Frank Gilhooley

6) Who was NOT a pitcher for the 1913 New York Yankees?

  1. Ray Fisher
  2. Russ Ford
  3. Tom Mix
  4. Al Schulz

7) How many 1913 games were their longest winning streak?

  1. 2 games
  2. 4 games
  3. 6 games
  4. 8 games

8) How many 1913 games were their longest losing streak?

  1. 6 games
  2. 8 games
  3. 11 games
  4. 13 games

9) Against their opponent, how many teams did they have a winning record against?

  1. 0 team
  2. 1 team
  3. 2 teams
  4. 3 teams

10) At that time, the Giants were one of the strongest teams in baseball, winners of two consecutive league championships, and they would win their third in a row in 1913. The Yankees were seen as no threat to their status, and would provide additional revenue. Little did the Giants suspect what the future held for the respective clubs' status in the city and in baseball.

  • True or False?

New York Yankees: 1913 Season
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Answers]

1) True 2) D. 3) B.  4) D.  5) B.  6) C.  7) B.  8) D.  9) A.  10) True

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