Friday Baseball Trivia from Home Slice Pizza and Subs:Win a FREE Two-Topping Large Pizza when you answer our Trivia Question of the Day
You saw the nice lead-in up top, right???
Well, here is our Baseball Trivia Question of the Day and you can win the FREE Two-Topping Pizza, from Home Slice Pizza and Subs, if you come up with the correct answer/answers…
Home Slice Pizza and Sub, with three Greensboro locations….On Hunt Club Road, just off of Guilford College Road, near the Guilford College Quakers’ campus; on West Gate City Blvd., near the UNCG campus, and on Fleming Road, in the Food Lion Shopping Center, in the Cardinal Crossing Shopping Center, out there in the Cardinal Community….
And for today’s question and be sure to send your answers to email@example.com…Again, all answers to firstname.lastname@example.org….
We give you the baseball character from a baseball movie, and you need to give us the actor that played that character, and the movie that they were in…
A three-parter for and you should know all three of these actors and the movie that they were in…..
Here are your baseball movie characters and again, give us the actor that played these characters and the baseball movie that they were in….
*****Send those answers and you need to hit all three and send them to, email@example.com…..*****
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If we were doing football movies it would go something like this…
Paul Crewe…..Burt Reynolds-actor-movie was “The Longest Yard”…
Brian Piccolo…..James Caan-actor-movie was “Brian’s Song”
Jack Dundee …..Robin Williams-actor-movie was “The Best of Times”
*****Here is a good baseball “quote of the day” for you…..*****
Mickey Mantle stated that the people of Greensboro had “gone out of their way to make me feel welcome, and I’ve found something there I haven’t enjoyed since I was a kid.”
Mickey Mantle loved living and spending the time he did in Greensboro….Only missing part of this interesting story is, that Mickey Mantle loved his time in Greensboro, Georgia, and not in Greensboro, N.C. You have to still love the fact that the good ole’ Mick, gave Greensboro a good plug there….
Mickey Mantle spent several of his later years living in Greensboro…Greensboro, Georgia that is…
Another fact I found about Mickey Mantle the other day…”The Mick” was only a lifetime .298 hitter and that really hurt him as his career ended…He hated the fact that he could not have finished his baseball career, batting .300 or better…
Just a few notes on “The Mick” today, and he was also known as the “The Commerce Comet, as he was from Commerce, Oklahoma…..