Sunday-night trivia returns to the cozy confines of the 331 Club tonight, with your hosts, Chuck & Sean. As always, we'll start at 8, we'll post a "Nash Knows" question at 7 for you early-birds, and you can get another free point by answering the IOQ below. See you at 8!
Today is June 3. On this day 124 years ago, the poem "Casey at the Bat: A Ballad of the Republic sung in the year 1888" was printed in the San Francisco Examiner. Casey's team is down two runs in the bottom of the ninth. There are two outs and two men on base when Casey confidently strides to the plate. But there was no joy in Mudville that day, for Mighty Casey, as we all know, struck out. What were the names of the two players who were on base at the time?