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Football and basketball seasons are over so it's time to move on to ... baseball trivia?

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We're nearing the end point of the 2013-14 Monday Morning Trivia Contest, but wrapping things up will have to wait at least another week. I think I've asked about every depressing basketball question I possibly can so today were going to mix things up with a little baseball trivia.

The Cougars wrapped up a week on the road and are playing much better than they were earlier in the season. They nearly capped the tremendous road stretch by taking a three-game series from UCLA, but the Bruins scored twice in the bottom of the 10th to win. With the Cougars playing better, now seems like a good idea to test your WSU baseball history.

Q1: Who was the last Cougar to pitch in a MLB game?

Q2: Who was the last Cougar to record a hit in a MLB game?

Q3: Who was the last Cougar to be named a first-team All-American?

Q4: WSU has a long history in baseball, where did the Cougars rank in all-time victories at the start of the season?


Cougars Lose in Extra Innings - Washington State University Official Athletic Site
Ty Moore’s two-run single in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted No. 14 UCLA past Washington State 8-7, Sunday in Pac-12 Conference baseball.

Moore’s Walkoff Single Hands UCLA 8-7 Win over Washington State - UCLA Bruins Official Athletic Site |
Sophomore Ty Moore hit a walkoff two-run single in the bottom of the 10th to give UCLA a series-clinching 8-7 victory over Washington State at Jackie Robinson Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Men's basketball:

WSU coaching plot thickens; is Kent still on the radar? | Pac-12 Confidential | Seattle Times
Various reports have Washington State athletic director Bill Moos closing in on a candidate to replace Ken Bone as basketball coach. The Spokane Spokesman-Review tweeted that Moos has a choice in mind and is in negotiations.