Friday, January 30, 2015

Baseball in the Tarheel State-- Part 2

I actually got them all right although I was doing a lot of guessing except on questions 7 and 9.  Usually, I took other stuff that I knew and applied it to get the answers.

4.  The North Carolina Baseball Museum has hundreds of artifacts exploring the history of baseball in the state.  It is located in historic Fleming in what city?

A.  Wilson
B.  Rockingham
C.  Dunn

5.  A native of Person County, Enos Slaughter played in five World Series during his professional baseball career.  A member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Slaughter was known by what nickname?

A.  Country
B.  Cowboy
C.  Chief

6.  Walter "Buck" Leonard, a Rocky Mount native, was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972.  Because of segregation, Leonard played in what league?

A.  Black Baseball League
B.  American Athletic League
C.  Negro League

Well, I Also Knew #4.  --RoadDog

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