Today’s question: Of all the great moments in Super Bowl History, the quickest touchdown took less time than it takes to dial a phone call. What game had the fastest score in Super Bowl history?
Yesterday’s answer: Tony Oliva was a Twins rookie in 1962, in very limited duty, and ended up winning the AL Rookie of the Year award in 1964. His rookie award came over Richie Allen of the Phillies. Tony played his entire 15 seasons with the Twins. Amongst his three AL batting titles, his first was in 1964 over Brooks Robinson of the Orioles and Elston Howard of the Yankees
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