Fantasy baseball entry contest: Trivia question #5

As mentioned in the post announcing our fantasy leagues, participants will be chosen by correctly answering trivia questions. We have begun the journey to find the lucky 18 to compete in our public league — the winner of which will not only be invited to compete in next season’s Staff League, but will also receive a very special gift in the mail. Spots are already running out!!

In order to compete, you must respond to this post with a comment in the following format:

  • Name
  • E-mail Address
  • Answer

If you are one of the first two to supply the right answer, Jamie will be contacting you at the e-mail you supplied to send you an invite to the league. So, without any further ado, here is the next trivia question:

What was the final out in the 1995 World Series? Who hit it and who caught it?

AGAIN: Only the first two correct answers will receive invitations to the fantasy league. Good luck!


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  1. My older brother got into baseball in the early nineties and became a Braves fan despite the fact that we lived in suburban Maryland during the heart of Cal Ripken’s career. There are still a dozen VHS tapes of Braves playoff games as far back as the 1991 NLCS in my parents’ basement. I’m not sure exactly how it happened, but I became a fan of Kirby Puckett – probably during the ’91 World Series. I guess Game Six of the ’95 Series stands out in my mind because it was the only year the Braves won it all, and because Tom Glavine so badly dominated one of the best hitting teams of my lifetime. I may not be a Braves fan, but I’ll never forget the names Mark Lemke, Francisco Cabrera, and Rafael Belliard – among many others.

  2. David,

    Are you a Braves fan?

    Yes, I was joking around with a friend the other day about him doing a post on the site and he said he was going to cover every year the Braves collapsed in the playoffs….

    As a Braves fan….I don’t think he will be posting on here.


  3. I remember this one like it was yesterday. Carlos Baerga flied out to Marquis Grissom. Mark Wohlers was the pitcher, and despite Atlanta’s strong teams throughout Bobby Cox’s tenure as manager, it was the only year the Braves won the World Series.

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