Who holds the major-league record for the most home runs by a switch-hitter in one season? Quiz answer below
Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees, with 54 in 1961. Mantle also hit 52 home runs in 1956 and 42 in 1958, more than any other major-league switch-hitter.
TODAY'S QUOTE: "Not only does it have huge seams and lumps and dead spots, it's got something like a trap door. There's a place where if you step down you hear a clanging noise." Montreal Expos first baseman David Segui on the artificial turf at Olympic Stadium