1. d - Joe Carter. Here are the outcomes, with the MVPs in parentheses: 1983 Phillies lost to Orioles (Rick Dempsey); 1993 Phillies lost to Blue Jays (Paul Molitor); 2001 Sixers lost to Lakers (Shaquille O'Neal); 2004 Eagles lost to Patriots (Deion Branch); 1985 Flyers lost to Oilers (Wayne Gretzky); 1987 Flyers lost to Oilers (Ron Hextall, Flyers); 1997 Flyers lost to Red Wings (Mike Vernon).
2. a - CoreStates Center, First Union Center, Wachovia Center
3. a - 1998 Eagles (3-13, .187)
4. c - 61. Said Phillies chairman Bill Giles of the team's home for 33 years: "I didn't think it was so bad, though I know a lot of other people did."
5. b - Bobby Abreu, 1,353 games
6. b - Jon Lieber
7. b - Charlie Hudson actually only had five singles and hit .093.
8. a - Mike Schmidt
9. c - San Diego
10. b - Pat Burrell
11. b - Rick Schu, who hit .252 that season
12. a - Zero. Steve Carlton, in 1982, was the last.
13. c - Bobby Estallela hit three in a September 1997 win over Montreal; he had only 29 at-bats and four total homers.
14. b - Mark Leiter
15. a - Larry Christenson
16. c - Dainius Zubrus scored the Flyers' first goal at the former CoreStates Center (now Wachovia Center) on Oct. 5, 1996.
17. c - Mark Recchi
18. d - Ryan Sittler never played a game for the Flyers. He did play 66 games for the AHL Baltimore Bandits in 1996-97.
19. b - John LeClair. The 11 are Bobby Clarke, Dave Poulin, Ron Sutter, Rick Tocchet, Kevin Dineen, Eric Lindros, Eric Desjardins, Keith Primeau, Derian Hatcher, Peter Forsberg, Jason Smith.
20. b - Mikael Renberg
21. c - Darren Jensen, who stopped 29 shots in a 5-3 win over Edmonton.
22. b - He recorded 20 in what turned out to be a 26-game postseason.
23. b - Chris Gratton
24. c - Rick Tocchet had 301 in 1987-88.
25. d - Kent Manderville. "Billy Tibbetts is a very rugged, physical player," general manager Bob Clarke said at the time. "It is an upgrade on the wings, and Tibbetts can play center as well." He was released after playing in nine games.
26. c - 13. That's the game Peter Forsberg had to be dragged off the bench to participate in the shootout. "I didn't have any sticks left," he said. "They were either broken and all bad, I swear to God."
27. a - John LeClair, Tim Kerr, Mark Recchi
28. a - Scott Tinsley
29. d - Virginia
30. b - Six (1988, 2001-04, 2006)
31. b - Warren Sapp, who went to seven Pro Bowls. They parlayed two more picks from the Birds to take Brooks, who has gone to 10 Pro Bowls, later in the first round.
32. c - Brian Westbrook with 21, followed by Terrell Owens (20) and Chad Lewis (18)
33. d - That '01 unit under Andy Reid and Jim Johnson, which yielded 208 point. Hugh Douglas led the team with 9 1/2 sacks and Jeremiah Trotter led with 164 tackles.
34. c - Duce Staley, who scored on a 20-yard run vs. Tampa Bay in the 2003 NFC Championship Game and a 2-yard run vs. New England the following season.
35. c - Rich Kotite
36. a - St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Carolina, Atlanta
37. c - Dale Haupt
38. c - Three
39. b - Bears 20, Eagles 12
40. b - Vai Sikahema set the Eagles record with an 87-yard punt return for a touchdown at the Giants on Nov. 22, 1992. Sikahema capped the dramatic play by playfully boxing on the padding under the goal post.
41. b - Akeem Olajuwon, Sam Bowie, Michael Jordan and Sam Perkins
42. b - Tyronn Lue
43. b - Jerry Stackhouse, who averaged 20.7 points in 1996-97.
44. c - Warren Kidd
45. a - Willie Burton (remember him?), who had 53 vs. Miami on Dec. 13, 1994.
46. a - New Jersey Nets, who clinched the five-game series in Philly with a 101-98 win.
47. c - Jeff Hornacek
48. c - First a knee injury. Then a squashed Achilles'. Over two seasons as a Sixer, Ruland played 18 games.
49. c - Bob McAdoo, a No. 2 pick by the Buffalo Braves in 1972. The five are Allen Iverson, Joe Smith, Glenn Robinson, Chris Webber and Derrick Coleman.