Friday, August 17, 2007

There Can Be Only One

I am in Michigan, in the last house in the U.S. that can receive neither DSL nor cable internet service, so this will be brief. I am told that, even without my help, my team has finished first in the trivia league. The hostess saved the questions for me, so I'll try to post some when I get home. In the meantime, I leave you with a baseball question:

The original American League, chartered in 1901, consisted of eight teams. Some teams have changed names, some teams have changed cities, some teams have done both. Only one team has done neither. Which team?

1 comment:

J. Bowman said...

The answer is the Detroit Tigers.
The 1901 American League also included the Baltimore Orioles and Milwaukee Brewers. However, those Orioles moved to New York and became the Highlanders (and then changed their name again, to the Yankits or Yankers or something); and the Brewers moved to St. Louis and became the Browns, and then moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles.