1922 In Major League Baseball
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1) On April 14, Cap Anson, 69, Hall of Fame
first baseman for the Chicago White Stockings who was the 19th
century's most prolific hitter, setting career records for games,
hits, runs, doubles and RBI; batted .333 lifetime, winning three
batting titles, also ranked sixth all-time in home runs upon
retirement; managed Chicago to five pennants (1880-82, 1885-86),
1296 career victories were record until 1907; among first managers
to use pitching rotation, and first to organize spring training.
2) On April 12, the Chicago Cubs win their
season opener 7-3 over the Cincinnati Reds.
Who was the Hall of Fame catcher that
made his debut behind the plate for the Cubs.
- Gabby Jones
- Gabby Hartnett
- Henry Milton
- Roger Evans
3) What team won the 1922
Negro National League championship?
- Chicago American Giants
- Indianapolis ABCs
- Detroit Stars
- Kansas City Monarchs
4) Who lead the National
League in Average, Home Runs, and RBIs?
- Jim Dyck
- Monty Basgall
- Rogers Hornsby
- Mike Clark
5) Who lead the American
League in hitting with a .420 average?
- Robin Williams
- George Whitepaper
- Morgan Robinson
- George Sisler
6) Ben Parker lead the American League with 39
Home Runs and RBIs with 155.
7) Wins Eddie Rommel of the Philadelphia
Athletics lead the American League with 27 wins.
Who lead the National League with 25
- Eppa Rixey
- Red Faber
- Phil Douglas
- Urban Shocker
8) A future Hall of Fame player makes his
Major league debut with the New York Giants, striking out in his
only at-bat in the Giants' 3–2 victory over the Philadelphia
Phillies on September 27.
is the future Hall of Fame player?
- Carl Furillo
- Travis Jackson
- Al Gionfriddo
- Cliff Mapes
9) What National League
Team won 53 games for the 1922 season?
- Brooklyn Robins
- Philadelphia Phillies
- Boston Braves
- Cleveland Tate Stars
10) The New York Giants defeat the New York
Yankees, 5–3, in Game five of the World Series, to win their
second consecutive World Championship, and third overall, with a
What was the
- October 6
- October 8
- October 10
- October 12