Sunday Trivia

Sunday Trivia

Happy Sunday! Here’s another round of general sports trivia to tickle your brain. This batch of questions offers varying difficulty levels and includes local, national and international questions. Have fun!

1. In July 1984, this 19-year-old pitcher became the youngest player to participate in the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

2. The University of Hawaii football team has just one road victory over a nationally ranked team. Who did they beat?

3. Who did Hulk Hogan pin to win his first WWE championship in 1984?

4. What country won the 2018 men’s FIFA World Cup?

5. What NBA team drafted Dirk Nowitzki?

6. Name the Wisconsin running back who ran for 339 yards against Hawaii in 1996?

7. What’s the bowling term for throwing three consecutive strikes?

8. Who did the Orlando Magic select with the first pick of the 1993 NBA Draft?

9. Who is the Major League Baseball player in history to play at least 500 games at five different positions?

10. Who was the last Rainbow Warrior basketball player to get drafted?

 

ANSWERS:

1. Dwight Gooden

2. Fresno State (in 2008)

3. The Iron Sheik

4. France

5. Milwaukee Bucks

6. Ron Dayne

7. Turkey

8. Chris Webber (Moments later, they traded him to Golden State for Penny Hardaway)

9. Pete Rose (1B, 2B, 3B, RF and LF)

10. Reggie Cross (1989 by the Philadelphia 76ers)

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