|Stanton Johnson, an attorney from Washington, DC
||Joe Castro, a controller from Pasadena, CA
||Roy Hollis, a y from Huron Township, MI (2-day total: $10,000)
There was a Dan Patrick Fathead in last week’s game; Dan brought it out and gave it to Roy for winning!
More domination from Roy today, though Joe probably could have done more to find Daily Doubles. Roy went 3/4 in four different categories, and both Roy and Joe managed to shut Stanton out of the correct response department through 24 clues. Stanton did go 3/4 in LeBRON in Double Jeopardy, though!
Scores going into Final Jeopardy:
Roy 14,755 (25 right, 4 wrong)
Joe 4,250 (13 right, 4 wrong)
Stanton 3,500 (4 right, 1 wrong)
Final Jeopardy! category: BASEBALL TRADES
Final Jeopardy! clue: This pitcher & World Series MVP switched leagues in a 2015 trade
Who is Cole Hamels? (Stanton went for Lincecum, Joe Pedro Martinez, and Roy had no answer.)
Stanton 3500 – 3500 = 0
Joe 4250 – 1751 = 2499
Roy 14755 – 5 = 14750 (3-day total: $15,000)
For a baseball question, this actually took quite a bit of thought. I remembered the correct response at about the 15 second mark, though.
(contestant photo credit: jeopardy.com)
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