Yankees Trivia Question

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

We're almost there! Just 8 more days until pitchers and catchers report!!!! Plus, there's been relevant Yankees news. Chad Jennings has a list of the Yankees non-roster invitees to spring training. Despite the snowstorm that's about to hit southeastern Connecticut, I can start to feel baseball season.

Now, for our weekly trivia question. Last week I asked who was the Yankees all-time strikeouts leader, and the answer was Whitey Ford.

Now, the question I'm about to ask doesn't have anything to do with Yankee players. Since we named our blog after a Yankee announcer, we should probably incorporate the announcers in a trivia question, and I'll make it a tough one (unless you know your baseball announcers).

In 1956, Don Larsen pitched the only perfect game in World Series history in a 2-0 Yankees win over the Brooklyn Dodgers. Who was the play-by-play announcer(s) during the game?

A.) Mel Allen
B.) Vin Scully
C.) Ernie Harwell
D.) Both A. and B.
E.) Both A. and C.

Vote on the poll to the right. Voting ends midnight Thursday unless there are no votes by tomorrow evening, then I extend it into Friday at noon.


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