Stretch Your Knowledge with Surprise Guest Jeopardy James | Cubs Trivia, Episode 2
– [Michael] What’s up Cubs fans? I’m Mike Bolling and we’re here for
another edition of “Stretch Your Knowledge.” We’re looking for the most knowledgeable
Cubs fan to take on our resident expert, Gary Pressy, see if they can win this,
Kris Bryant signed baseball. This is a three round trivia contest
featuring you, Cubs fans, and our resident Cubs trivia expert/organist,
the one and only, Gary Pressy. The rules are simple. Round one consists of a knockout question,
one question of medium difficulty to advance to round two. You answer correctly and you’re in. Round two will be a lightning round and
the contestant with the most correct answers will advance to face our expert
Gary Pressy, in the final round. Round three is a one on one showdown with
Gary Pressy. Let’s see if these Cubs fans can take him
down. Round one starts right now. All right, first round question. How many World Series rings does Jon
Lester Have? – [Man 1] Jon Lester.
– [Man 2] Two. – That’s incorrect.
He has three. He won in 2007, 2013,
and then with us in 2016. – Okay.
– Jon Lester. – [Laura] If I get this wrong, am I done? – That is correct. – Jon Lester. – [Woman 1] Two. – That is incorrect. – Three?
– Yes, it is three. – Jon Lester.
One. – That is incorrect.
He’s got three. – Three? – He won two with the Red Sox and one with
the Cubs. – Okay.
– Oh my goodness. It’s Jeopardy James.
We got a ringer here. How’s it going, man?
I’m Mike . We’re doing “Stretch Your Knowledge.” It’s our trivia game show.
You want to participate? – [James] Of course.
– Let’s do it. First question, James. How many World Series rings does
Jon Lester have? – Ahh okay, so let’s see. He would have had one won in 2007 with the
Red Sox, 2016 with the Cubs. Ahh, let’s see. And yeah, he would have been with Boston
in 2013 also. So, three? – Three is correct.
Wow. I feel like this is going to be too easy
for you. How many World Series rings does Jon
Lester Have? – [Carson] Ooh . Three. – That is correct. – Shoot. I was going to say three, so three. – That is correct. How many World Series rings does
Jon Lester have? – [Woman 2] Four? – That’s incorrect. He has three. That’s…that’s closer than a lot of people
have gotten, though. – Thank you. – [Woman 3] Oh, man. – I’m not as blonde as I look. – How many World Series rings does
Jon Lester have? – [Carolyn] Three? – That’s correct. – Yaay. – That was the fastest answer we’ve had
today. – [Luke] Three. – That’s correct.
See? How many World Series rings does
Jon Lester have? – [Woman 4] Two?
Two. – [Woman 3] Two. – [Woman 6] How many did he have with
Boston? – I think he only won one.
– I’m going with two. – Two.
– Two. – Two is incorrect.
– Oh, three. – The Correct answer was three.
– Ooh. – Come on. Two out of three?
Like, come on. – Okay.
Oh, well. – Hey, but you’re a champ, though. James, Laura, Carson, Luke, and Carolyn,
Move on to round two, the lighting round. Okay, round two.
So our lightning round. One question, multiple answers. From 1990 to 2000, name as many Cubs all
stars as you can, without getting one wrong. If you get one wrong, you’re done. Ready? – Let’s start easy. Uh, Ryne Sandberg, for sure would have
made it. Uh, let’s see. Sammy Sosa.
Uh, let’s see. What a, the day, the dark times,
Mark Grace had to make a team here or there. I want to say Steve Trachsel was an all
star once back when they had to have one representative per team. Andre Dawson made it at some point in the
90s, I’m sure. More difficult now.
– There’s a catcher in there. – A catcher.
No. Uh, Rick Wilkins would have to be the
catcher, I think, or no? No, I’m out.
Ah. – I was thinking of Joe Girardi. But… Ah, wow, okay. I forgot about him. – Yeah, but I think that’s pretty good. All right, from 1990 to 2000. – Okay. – Name as many Cubs all stars as you can. – Oh wait, from 1990 to 2000? – Yes. – Oh gosh. I’m going to get this wrong. Was that Sammy Sosa era? – He is one. – Okay.
It’s the only one I know. – That’s it?
You’re just going to stop at one? – I don’t know them.
Let me, let me think. Let me think.
Let me think. – What if I did this? – Oh yes, Ryne Sandberg. – All right, two. – Okay. – You got any more? – [Man 3] First baseman. – First baseman? – [inaudible 00:04:37].
– Shoot. – Leftie. – That’s too many clues. That’s too many clues. – And I’m still not playing. – Thank you for participating. All right, so from 1990 to 2000,
how many Cubs All Stars Can you name? – Kris Bryant and- – Wait, wait, wait. – Okay. – From 1990 to 2000? – 2000. – All right, reset. – Greg Maddux. – That’s one. – Fergie Jenkins. – That is incorrect. You had Sammy Sosa, had Ryne Sandberg,
Andre Dawson. From 1990 to 2000, name as many Cubs all
stars as you can. – Ryne Sandberg. – There’s one. – Mark Grace.
Sammy Sosa. Maddux.
– Okay. – That’s all I got.
– You got four. From 1990 to 2000, name as many cubs all
stars as you can. – Uh, Anthony Rizzo. – Wait, wait, wait.
Stop, wait, let’s back up. – Okay.
– From 1990 to 2000. – Oh, 1990, I’m sorry I wasn’t paying
Yes. – 1990 to 2000.
– All right, I’m done. – That’s incorrect.
– I’m done. – Thank you for playing.
– I got one right. – Let’s take a look at our leaderboard
after round two. With five correct answers,
it looks like Jeopardy James is moving on to face our famed organist,
Gary Pressy in the final round. All right, we’re here at the final round
of “Stretch Your Knowledge,” legend versus legend, Jeopardy James versus
Gary Pressy. And for the final round question. Fergie Jenkins had the most career
strikeouts as a member of the Cubs. How many batters did he fan,
while pitching for the Cubs? You can write down your answers. ♪ music ♪ All right, you want to reveal at the same
time? – All right. – All right, here we go. Three, two, one… – Oh, no, I didn’t answer in the form of a question. – So looks like Gary is our winner. You came up against the expert,
an expert versus expert. The answer was 2038. Well, Gary is our winner,
still undefeated. But Jeopardy James, thank you so much for
coming and hanging out. We had a blast here with you today. – Thanks for having me, Michael. – We want to give a huge thanks to all of
our participants including Jeopardy James. We still need the best Cubs fan,
the most knowledgeable fan to beat our expert, Gary Pressy.
Will it be you? ♪ music ♪