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O's Trivia Question

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Please refrain from looking this up, we are going with the honor system.

 

Prior to Wieters yesterday, who was the last Oriole to homer from both sides of the plate in a single game?

 

Winner receives a nice bottle of wine, compliments of Weird-O.

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Tettleton is a great answer. I think I agree. Vaguely remember him doing so

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I'll take Alomar since he is more recent. Can I get a nice Malbec?

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Alomar it is. Rael, see Weird-O for your complimentary booze!

Thanks Weird-O and BB. I really am feeling Malbec-y but if all you have is a cab I'll deal with the disappointment...

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Here is another trivia question. (Please don't look it up.)

 

Name the four Orioles to hit for the cycle.

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Here is another trivia question. (Please don't look it up.)

 

Name the four Orioles to hit for the cycle.

 

Brooks Robinson

Cal Ripken

Jeff Conine

Felix Pie

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Brooks Robinson

Cal Ripken

Jeff Conine

Felix Pie

 

You got three correct.

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Here is another trivia question. (Please don't look it up.)

 

Name the four Orioles to hit for the cycle.

 

 

Brooks Robinson

Cal Ripken

Jeff Conine

Felix Pie

 

 

Ok.  I looked it up.  One wrong, but the guy I mixed him up with was basically the same kind of player.

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Ok.  I looked it up.  One wrong, but the guy I mixed him up with was basically the same kind of player.

 

True. But, I was a fan of Conine. The other guy was a jerk.

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Aubrey Huff is the 4th.

 

Yup. He was famous for saying that Baltimore was a horses*#t town.

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Yup. He was famous for saying that Baltimore was a horses*#t town.

 

I remember because I was at the game he hit the cycle and had to explain to my Mom what the cycle is.

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Here is another trivia question. (Please don't look it up.)

 

Name the four Orioles to hit for the cycle.

Huff.

 

Pie.

 

No clue.

 

I quit.

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Please refrain from looking this up, we are going with the honor system.

 

Prior to Wieters yesterday, who was the last Oriole to homer from both sides of the plate in a single game?

 

Winner receives a nice bottle of wine, compliments of Weird-O.

Alomar!

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