Today’s question: The day February 3, 1979, had the California Angels and Minnesota Twins wheeling and dealing. The Twins received Ken Landreaux, Dave Engle, Paul Hartzell, and Brad Havens, while the Angels got one player who seemed past his prime, which still meant that he was pretty good. Who was this great that topped off his career-high home run total of 14 just two years before?
Yesterday’s answer: Professional bowler Randy Pederson told a spectator to act like a statue. The man was crossing his legs when Randy Pedersen went to throw the ball. Randy violated the shot clock because of this.
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