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Sports trivia quiz, May 14

UTEP's Bob Beamon soars 26 feet, 11 1/2

UTEP's Bob Beamon soars 26 feet, 11 1/2 inches during the National AAU Indoor Track and Field championships held at Oakland, California, Feb. 24, 1968. Credit: AP/Sal Veder

A daily sports trivia quiz to test your knowledge of sports history.

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Who was the only Met who had multiple hits in their first game as a franchise on April 11, 1962?


New York has hosted multiple crosstown World Series. Which of the places listed below has NOT hosted such an event?


In 1944 Reds pitcher Joe Nuxhall became the youngest player ever to appear in a major league game. How old was he?


What former Hofstra basketball coach took Princeton to a Final Four in 1965?


What Hall of Fame baseball player of the early 20th century is the great-uncle of former Newsday and Sports Illustrated writer Tim Layden?


For what college do the Marx Brothers play football in the 1932 film, “Horse Feathers”?


What Queens high school did former long jump world record holder Bob Beamon attend?


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