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How Big of a Baseball Fan Are You?

Take the quiz to find out!

How big of a baseball fan are you?

Check all that apply to you:

  • Your wardrobe is full of various team merch.
  • You know what acronyms like OBP, ERA, RISP mean, and how to calculate them.
  • You're most likely to be the "phone a friend" lifeline when someone has a baseball trivia question.
  • You've named a pet after your favorite player.
  • You can score a baseball game.
  • You know the seven ways to reach first base.
  • You've considered a jumbotron marriage proposal.
  • You've brought or still bring your glove to a game.
  • You've been on a first name basis with the hot dog and/or beer vendor in your section.
  • You've played organized baseball, even if it was back in little league.
  • Opening day is your favorite holiday.
  • You’ve picked out your own walk-up song.
  • You would literally never consider speaking of an in-progress no-hitter until the game is over.
  • You've brought a date to a baseball game.
  • You've picked watching baseball over going on a date.
  • You've selected a significant other based on their tolerance of your baseball habit.
  • You know what chin music means.
  • You know the only number that has been retired by all of Major League Baseball.
  • You wear your lucky socks (or jersey, or underwear) when your favorite team plays.
  • You cried when long-time parts of your baseball family like Vin Scully, Derek Jeter or David Ortiz retired.
  • You know how many places the Braves called home before Atlanta.
  • You know who’s on first.
  • You have strong feelings about the All-Star game determining home field advantage in the World Series.
  • You enjoy watching the Home Run Derby.
  • You play fantasy baseball every year.
  • You know the only player to retire with 3,000 hits, and why he did.
  • You have strong opinions on the DH and why the AL/NL is better with or without it.
  • You've been to spring training.
  • You've bought season tickets.
  • You watch the playoffs even if your team isn’t in it.
  • You've called in sick to work or school to watch a baseball game.
  • You've debated whether Babe Ruth really called his shot in the 1932 World Series.
  • You've had a Busch beer in Busch Stadium, a Miller in Miller Park, or a Coors in Coors Field.
  • You've played rounders.
  • You know spring really starts when pitchers and catchers report.
  • You've been to a Minor League Baseball game.
  • Cubs fan or not, the Cubs' World Series victory = the highlight of 2016 (unless you're from Cleveland).
  • You've watched all of Ken Burns' Baseball, including The Tenth Inning.
  • You know all about Doc Ellis' no-hitter.
  • You've been to the world's largest publically available collection of baseball cards at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • You have an opinion — one way or the other — whether Pete Rose should be in the Hall of Fame.
  • Your DVD collection includes classic baseball films like Field of Dreams, Major League, and Moneyball.
  • You cry at the end of Field of Dreams. Every time.
  • You've been to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.
  • You've been to the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Cooperstown, NY.