Just a couple quick thoughts:
By the very nature of baseball history, some questions will be a bit ambiguous. Other times the person asking a question will be looking for a specific answer and thereby overlook another possible interpretation (see the 'nice play' question
). Such things will probably happen to everyone at some point, no matter how careful we are. Nobody's perfect.
Nicknames in general (and I'm not talking about this particular question) are a bit tricky. You'll find all sorts of 'documented' nicknames that fans of a player wouldn't recognize; yearbooks and media guides are particularly notorious for this. Would a nickname in a yearbook be a valid answer to a question, even if a player never answered to that name? Sometimes you'll simply run into judgment calls, and it's probably best to give the person asking the question the benefit of the doubt, not strikes.
As to the 'what a blast!' question, I'm not sure where the problem is. The question is clearly worded, and the answer is both unambiguous and documented. Plus, it reminds us of a player who receives far too little credit these days...