Today’s question: The first three Hall of Famers who spent their entire careers playing for the Cleveland Indians were all pitchers. The first, Addie Joss, played for the Cleveland Bronchos and Cleveland Naps until 1910. Since the 1914 name change to the Indians, two Bobs ruled the mound enough to be named to the Hall. One was Bob Lemon. Who was the other?
Yesterday’s answer: Usain “Lightning” Bolt is a Jamaican sprinter and holder of several world titles. At the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China, he set a world record in winning the 100-meter dash, with a time of 9.69 seconds. He might have been faster but he slowed down near the finish to celebrate; and his shoe was untied. At the 2012 London Olympics he bettered his record with a time of 9.63 seconds in the 100-meter race and also won the 200-meter and the 4x100 meter relay, as he had done in Beijing.
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