I knew this would trip some of you up, I didn't expect that all of you would miss the big bonus.
Answer #6 The logo is for the Albuquerque Isotopes. Bonus - They are the AAA afiliate for the Florida Marlins Big Bonus - Salt Lake City Gulls
In 2003 the Calgary Cannons moved to Albuquerque to become the Isotopes (named after the team from the Simpsons who moved to Albuquerque) to fill the void left by the Albuquerque Dukes who had moved to Portland to become the Beavers in 2000. They were in Calgary from 1985 - 2002, but were originally formed in Salt Lake City as the Gulls from 1974 - 1984.
Answer #9 7/1/2005 - Kansas City manager Buddy Bell delivered a different lineup to the umpires than was posted in the dugout. In the bottom of the first inning, David DeJesus led off with a single. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then spoke with plate arbiter Jerry Crawford about the batting order. Since Angel Berroa was listed as hitting first on the official lineup card, he was called out and DeJesus was told to bat again. This time he hit a fly ball to centerfield for the second out
Answer #10 In 1987 Luis Polonia and Mark McGwire hit a combined 53 home runs. (49 were provided by McGwire). The record for total homers by all rookie teammates is held by the 1982 Twins. Kent Hrbek, Tom Brunansky, Garry Gaetti, etc. were all rookies that year.
Buck Leonard was also enshrined that year, but he had played 10 games for Portsmouth (Piedmont League) in the minors during the 1953 season. Interesting to note, Gibson and Leonard were teammates with the Homested Greys and considered the Babe Ruth and Lou Gherig of the Negro Leagues. Known as the "Thunder Twins", they won nine consecutive Negro League championships.