Thursday, August 14, 2014

JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT- 1970'S BASEBALL TRIVIA PART #63




Weekly trivia time again folks.
Today we'll look at team performances through the 1970's.
Take a shot at the questions and see what you come up with…
Answers posted tomorrow, of course.
1. What team sported the longest winning streak in a season during the 1970's?

2. Conversely, what team suffered the longest losing streak of the decade?

3. Who had the best home record during a season in the 1970's?

4. Who had the best road record in any season during the '70's?

5. What franchise suffered the worst home record in any season during the wild-70's?

6. Lastly, what team had the worst road record in any year between 1970-79?

***SPOILER ALERT! ANSWERS BELOW: 


1. 
Kansas City Royals, 1977. 16 games in a row.

2. 
Detroit Tigers, 1975. The lost 19 games in a row!.

3.
The 1975 Cincinnati Reds. They had an incredible 64-17 record!.

4.
The 1971 Oakland A's. They went 55-25 on the road.
5.
The 1977 Toronto Blue Jays, who went a dismal 25-55 at home.
5. That honor goes to two teams: the 1977 Atlanta Braves, and the 1979 Toronto Blue Jays, who both went a horrid 21-60.    

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