Baseball Families

Baseball can be a family affair. See what you know about these historic Major League dads and sons.

Quiz

Baseball can be a family affair. See what you know about these historic Major League dads and sons.

1. As of the 2004 season, which father-and-son-duo has hit the most career home runs?

  • Bobby and Barry Bonds.
  • Mo and Greg Vaughn.
  • Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr.

2. Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. are the only father and son team to:

  • Hit a home run in the same game.
  • Play for a World Series winner.
  • Play in an All-Star Game.

3. Which is the only baseball family to have three generations of All-Star players?

  • The Alomars.
  • The Alous.
  • The Boones.

4. Who is the only dad to manage two sons in a Major-League game?

  • Cal Ripken Sr.
  • Sandy Alomar Sr.
  • Yogi Berra.

5. Who is the only father-and-son combo to win Most Valuable Player in an All-Star game?

  • The Alomars.
  • The Griffeys.
  • The Bonds

Your Results:

1. As of the 2004 season, which father-and-son-duo has hit the most career home runs?
Bobby and Barry Bonds.

2. Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr. are the only father and son team to:
Hit a home run in the same game.

3. Which is the only baseball family to have three generations of All-Star players?
The Boones.

4. Who is the only dad to manage two sons in a Major-League game?
Cal Ripken Sr.

5. Who is the only father-and-son combo to win Most Valuable Player in an All-Star game?
The Griffeys.

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