Try to answer these before looking at BaseballReference.com. The answers to many of them can be found in posts elsewhere on this site.
- Who played in the last game of the original Senators and in the last game of the expansion Senators?
- Who in the A.L. finished second in batting average to Ted Williams the season he hit .406?
- What pitcher started the last game at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, the last game at Griffith Stadium and the first game at D.C. Stadium?
- What four players appeared in the last game at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium and the first game at Nationals Park?
- What player was with the original franchise in its last year in Washington and with the Twins in their first year in Minnesota; with the Athletics in their last season in Philadelphia and first season in Kansas City, and with the Dodgers in their last season Brooklyn and first season in Los Angeles?
- Who was last first-round draft choice of the expansion Senators?
- Who drove in the winning run in Game 7 of the 1924 World Series?
- What four position players spent time with both the original and expansion Senators?
- What four Washington Senators won batting titles?
- What player was the last one active who had worn the uniform of the original Senators?
- What former Senator was the last active position player from the 1953 St. Louis Browns?
- What former Senator was the last active position player from the 1957 Brooklyn Dodgers?
- Walter Johnson pitched his only nine-inning no-hitter on July 1, 1920, beating Boston, 1-0. How many base runners did he allow?
- How many times in the majors has Ryan Zimmerman played shortstop?
- Who was the first National, among qualifiers, to hit over .300 for the season?
1.: Ron Hansen (with the Orioles in 1961 and the Yankees in 1971.) He played for Washington in 1968.//2: Cecil Travis, .359, also led the A.L in hits in 1941.//3: Bennie Daniels.//4: Ryan Zimmerman, Austin Kearns, Ronnie Belliard and Cristian Guzman.//5: Elmer Valo//6: Jeff Burroughs, who later won an MVP//7: Earl McNeely//8: Roy Sievers, John Shiave, Zoilo Versalles and Don Mincher. Honorable mention for Mickey Vernon and Jim Lemon, but they just managed the expansion team.//9: Ed Delahanty (1902), Goose Goslin (1926), Buddy Myer (1935) and Mickey Vernon (1946 and 1953). Goslin, Myer and Vernon (in ’53) won the title by one point over the second-place finisher.//10: Jim Kaat//11: Roy Sievers (In 1967, Don Larsen was the last pitcher to retire)//12: John Roseboro (Bob Aspromonte, who had one at-bat as a bonus bay in 1956, played until 1971.)//13. One; Bucky Harris booted a grounder for an error in the seventh.//14: Once, in his first career start as a National, Sept 7, 2005. He committed two errors.//15: Dmitri Young hit .320 in 2007.