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A. Each king in a deck of playing cards represents a great king from history. Spades - King David, Clubs - Alexander the Great, Hearts - Charlemagne, and Diamonds - ____________. Takes this persons first and last name and divide by 3 to get the answer.
B. The quality of a diamond is determined by four factors commonly known as the "_____ Cs.
D. DIAMOND DUKES INK ______ IN FIRST SIGNING PERIOD. James Madison University baseball coach Spanky McFarland and his coaching staff signed _______ players to scholarships during the first signing period of the school year. Take the two numbers times each other and then divide by 3. Times the answer by 2. Then take that answer divided by 4 to get the answer.
E. Average life span of a major league baseball ____________.
F. On an average, ____% of Major League Baseball players played American Legion Baseball as a teenager. Nearly _____% of all college players played American Legion Baseball as a teenager. The same number in both of these percentages give you the answer here.
G. Fifteen players have hit four home runs in one game: Bobby Lowe, Ed Delahanty, ___________, Chuck Klein, Pat Seerey, Gil Hodges, Joe Adcock, Rocky Colavito, Willie Mays, Mike Schmidt, Bob Horner, Mark Whiten, Carlos Avery, Mike Cameron and Shawn Green. The answer is the number of the letters in the first name of the missing player minus 2.
H. The first number for the main character in the movie Diamonds are Forever played by Sean Connery.
I. Diamonds Soundtrack composed by Joel Goldsmith and released by Varese Sarabande in 199_.
J. Neil Diamond has been recording hit records and performing concerts for more than _______ decades, writing and singing hit songs such as "Cherry, Cherry" (1966), "Cracklin' Rosie" (1970), "Song Sung Blue" (1972), "Sweet Caroline" (1974), "You Don't Bring Me Flowers" (1978, a duet with Barbra Streisand) and "America" (1981).
K. The _____ top producing diamond country is Russia.
L. The first World Series was played between Pittsburgh and Boston in 1903 and was a nine-game series. Boston won the series ___-____. The missing numbers subtracted from each other is your answer.
M. On July _____, 1986, Joey McLaughlin was ejected in the sixth inning of a Rangers White Sox game after he pointed his glasses at the sun and lit the opposing batter on fire. The missing date is your answer.
N. Changing this one a bit because two different websites will give you two different answers. The answer here is 8.
O. Where was the first College World Series played? Take the City name, add the letters together and divide by 3 and add 2 to get the answer.
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