St. Louis Cardinals: 2009 Season
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2009 Season. Get up to bat in this
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Trivia quiz. "Check Your Answers"
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On Monday, April 6, 2009, the St. Louis Cardinals open the season with a
home game at Busch Stadium III. Who gave up 4 runs in the
top of the ninth to give the Pirates the victory?
- Josh Kinney
- Kyle McClellan
- Trever Miller
- Jason Motte
2) The 2009 St. Louis Cardinals play their first
regular season away game on Monday, April 13, 2009 Chase Field
against the Diamondbacks? Who hit the game winning
home run (a fly ball to deep right field)?
- Brian Barden
- Mark DeRosa
- David Freese
- Troy Glaus
3) Albert Pujols led the 2009 St. Louis Cardinals
in hitting with a .327 batting average, 47 home runs, and 135
4) On Saturday, April 25, in a nationally
televised game on Fox, with the Cardinals leading 3-1 in the
seventh inning against the Chicago Cubs, Albert Pujols hit his 8th
career grand slam, helping the team win its 5th consecutive game
(8-2) and solidifying their lead in the NL Central division. The
slam also gave him 1,002 RBIs. How many players have
reached the 1,000-level?
- 260th player
- 360th player
- 460th player
- 560th player
5) Who led the 2009 St. Louis Cardinals starting pitchers
with 19 wins, and 220 strikeouts?
- John Smoltz
- Brad Thompson
- Jess Todd
- Adam Wainwright
6) What was the longest losing streak for the 2009 team?
7) The season’s longest game was 15 innings on
Wednesday, July 29. Who did they play?
- Chicago Cubs
- LA Dodgers
- Miami Marlins
- NY Mets
8) What month did the 2009 St. Louis Cardinals have 20
wins, 6 loss record.
9) The last regular season game in on Sunday,
October 4, 2009 at Busch Stadium III. The Cards lost the game 9 -
7. Who beat them with two runs in the top of the ninth
- Atlanta Braves
- Cincinnati Reds
- Milwaukee Brewers
- Washington Nationals
10) The Cardinals won the Central Division with a
91-71 record. However, their playoff run ended quickly when they
were swept in three games by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the
Division Series. What was their record?