Baseball in the 1990s was indeed historic in America's much-loved game.
With more and more money coming into the sport, more games shown on television, and attendances at stadiums sky-rocketing, the sport was one of the most popular in America.
The decade also saw a number of firsts. In 1997, interleague play was allowed for the first time, while in 1994, the World Series didn't happen because of a massive strike by the players. That was the first time in 91 years that baseball's grand finale didn't take place.
The 1990s are also remembered for a number of exciting moments. For example, in 1998, two massive hitters went neck and neck to try to beat Roger Maris' home run mark of 61 in a season. Do you remember who they were?
The 1990s will also be remembered as the decade in which money bought success. Well, that was certainly the formula used by the New York Yankees.
A team like the Atlanta Braves, who made eight out of nine playoffs, were probably the team of the decade. Yet they only had one World Series to show for their efforts.
The real stars were the players and in this quiz, we want to see how many of them you remember.