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This Day in Sports History

Thrive Sweet Productions

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Relive the greatest moments in sports every day of the year. From the triumphs to the tragedies, the first to do it to the last time it happened, the unbelievable to the strange, This Day in Sports History is a 365-day journey remembering those significant events that made a lasting impact.
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Your daily sports podcasts, covering events from every day in history. We’ll dive deep into every sport and amazing event that’s transpired in sports history. Inaugural episode airing September 1, 2021. Look for Today Day in Sports History wherever you get podcasts.
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Minnesota Sports History Show

Sports History Network

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Each episode explores the rich history of Minnesota sports and considers its impact on the current cultural zeitgeist. The Minnesota Sports History Show strives to entertain as well as inform, tickle the sense of nostalgia, and share the joy and hardships of triumph and heartbreak. Episodes will range from musings about the Dome Dog era to interviews with athletes and sports personalities.
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Sports History

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Relive captivating moments from the past! Experience the most captivating moments in sports history in quick, one-minute episodes. From iconic events to legendary athletes, we bring you the highlights that shaped the sporting world. Immerse yourself in triumphs, heartbreaks, and moments of brilliance. Subscribe now for a thrilling ride through time, packed into bite-sized episodes.
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Philippine Sports History

Philippine Sports History

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Pagbibigay Pugay sa Atletang Pilipino. Philippine Sports History - Ang natatanging Pinoy podcast para sa kasaysayan ng Philippine Sports. Support our Podcast: https://anchor.fm/philippine-sports-history/support Follow us on Our Social Media Accounts: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhilippineSportsHistory/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/philippinesportshistory Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/philippinesportshistory/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhSportsHistory Website: https://phsp ...
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Join us as we travel through time, in search for the most iconic year in sports history! Every week, hosts Nick Norris and Justin Knight explore a different year from sports past, and uncover what historic moments and athletes made it so memorable. If you like sports, history and humorous conversations, give us a listen!
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Drunk Sports History

Shea in Irving

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Welcome to Drunk Sports History. Shea in Irving is gonna have a few drinks and discuss the degenerates of sports. The gamblers, the addicts, the womanizers. The type of guys that drinks beer and smokes weed til they get to the stadium and then leveled off with some uppers, coffee, and a cigarette to do their job. Will look at the players, teams, and games throughout history that make it all worth watching and gamble on. Subscribe. Get it In. Y’all.
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Sports History This Week

The HISTORY® Channel

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Sports History This Week brings to life moments in competition that redefined sports and our culture. Every week, host Kaelen Jones will unpack one sporting event that occurred within that calendar week sometime in the past. Through gripping narratives, illustrative archival and interviews with athletes and experts, Jones will guide listeners through the pivotal triumphs, failures and turning points that shaped today’s sports world and beyond. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more ...
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Unpopular Essays on Sports History

Sports History Network

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Supposition. We live in a golden age of sports. I mean this not in the sense of athletes becoming stronger, speedier, savvier and smarter than ever before, nor in terms of the amazing access to live streams and stat feeds, the instant insights and opinionating, the quirks and personalities of celebrity heroes. This, rather, is a golden age of sports in humanistic, historical terms. The truth is that the great majority of people today, willingly or not, have a direct and regular connection to ...
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Sport in History Podcast

British Society of Sports History

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The Sport in History Podcast brings you the latest in cutting edge research with interviews and talks with leading sports historians and up and coming researchers into Sports History. The podcast is a British Society of Sports History production from the UK's leading scholarly society for the history of sport. Click through to our website for further information on our events and to find out how to join the Society.
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The Amazing History of Sports

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The Amazing History of Sports explores topics that explain the history & evolution of all sports. Our shows range from 15-45 minutes long, and topics range from the reasoning behind the tennis scoring system to why Americans call the sport soccer, not football. Join Don Darouse & a co-host as they unveil lesser-known incredible sports topics. We strive to bring you topics that even a casual sports fan will enjoy.
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Join celebrated history professor Matthew Andrews for discussions about sports from their earliest days in the colonies all the way to their present status as culture defining billion dollar industries. Sports are more than a collection of games, much more. From Jackie Robinson to the 1968 Olympics to Mia Hamm, sports have provided a stage for important conversations about equality and justice, and helped push the American experiment forward one generation after the next. Check back for new ...
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A Brief History of Triangle Sports

99.9 The Fan Podcasts | Raleigh, North Carolina

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Brief histories of North Carolina sports from college basketball giants to Stanley Cup winners and the pro football team that lasted a single season. This podcast is produced by 99.9 The Fan in Raleigh, NC and part of the Capitol Broadcasting Podcast Network.
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The Greatest Podcast in the History of Our Sport

The Greatest Podcast in the History of Our Sport

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Traverse the triple decker steel cage full of rare white bengal tigers and fingerpoke the ghost of WCW with DoubleCakes and Doc Destructo. We pathologize, eulogize, and yapapize a bygone era of Big Boys. Get thrown from dizzying heights and buried under big, bald sons o'bitches. Put your butt in the seat for The Greatest Podcast in the History of Our Sport.
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1982, Tom Watson chipped in birdie at 17 at Pebble Beach and went on to win his first and only US Open. In 1999, Payne Stewart hit a par putt at the US Open to win …
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1986, Len Bias died two days after he was drafted by the Boston Celtics in the NBA draft. In 1973, the Houston Aero's of the World Hockey Association signed Gordie …
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 2000, Tiger Woods won the US Open by 15 shots. He was the only golfer under par. In 1941, Joe Louis faced one of his toughest fights in defense of his heavyweight t…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 2002, the USMNT beat Mexico 2-0 in the World Cup round of 16. In 1994, the New York Knicks beat the Indianapolis Pacers in game 5 of the NBA Finals. But that game w…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1983, Billy Ray Collins was assaulted by Luis Resto who boxed that night with doctored gloves and hands. In 1970, Chicago Bears running back Brian Piccolo died at t…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1938, in the first night game at Ebbets Field, Johnny Vander Meer pitched his second straight no-hitter. It had never been done before and hasn't been duplicated si…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1949, Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Eddie Waitkus was shot by a woman at a Chicago hotel. In 1994, the New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup for the first time…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1935, James J. Braddock beat Max Baer in a fight that became known as the 'Cinderella Man' fight later turned into a 2005 movie of the same name starring Russell Cr…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1970, Pittsburgh' Dock Ellis pitched a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres. He said he was trippin' on acid while he did it. In 1986, the fog rolled into Toronto…
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While the decline in Black American baseball players has received lots of scholarly attention in the last three decades, scholars have not spent as much time studying the decline of Black American fans at Major League Baseball (MLB) games. The few of examinations of the number of Black American fans at MLB games that exist tend not to take the stru…
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1955, an accident on the racetrack resulted in 83 spectator deaths and many more injuries. In 1997, Michael Jordan battled 'flu-like symptoms' in game 5 of the NBA …
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This Day In Sports History is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. Follow This Day in Sports History on YouTube EPISODE SUMMARY In 1950, Ben Hogan hit a one-iron to the 18th at Merion Golf Club. His shot was captured Life Magazine photographer Hy Peskin and is one of the most iconic sports phot…
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In 1985, the Los Angeles Lakers finally beat the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals after losing in their previous 9 tries. In 1987, the Lakers did it again with Magic Johnson hitting his famous hook shot. In 1999, NY Mets manager Bobby Valentine was tossed from a game but came back to the dugout in a disquise. In 1946, Ted Williams hit the longest h…
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In 1966, the NFL and the AFL announced their merger and established a championship game that became the Super Bowl. In 1979, Utah got an NBA team. In 1934, the Cincinnati Reds became the first professional sports team to fly to a game. In 1968, Don Drysdale broke a 55-year record. In 1950, the Boston Red Sox scored 29 runs in a game to set a new ML…
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In 1995, Kenny Smith hit seven 3 pointers to lead the Rockets to a win in game one of the NBA Finals. But it was four straight misses by Nick Anderson that most people remember. In 1997, the first IRL Race at Texas Motor Speedway ended in controversy and a fight. In 1892, Jack Doyle became the first pinch hitter in Major League Baseball History. An…
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In 1984, the LA Lakers were cruising until a Kevin McHale hard foul on Kurt Rambis changed the tone for the game and the series. In 2001, Allen Iverson was nearly unstoppable until Tyron Lue was inserted. But an Iverson bucket in OT led to an emphatic stepover. In 1946, the BAA was formed. It would eventually become the NBA in. a few years. In 1992…
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In 1977, the Portland Trailblazers won the NBA Championship and become the first team to trail 0-2 in the series and come back to win. In 1991, it was Michael Jordan’s ‘Spectacular Move’ against the Lakers. In 1999, a phantom foul on Larry Johnson led to one of the most famous four-point play. In 1987, it was a dramatic ending to a College World Se…
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In 1976, game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns has been called by many ‘The Greatest Game Ever Played.’ In 1974, the Cleveland Indians hosted ‘Ten Cent Beer Night’ which turned into chaos. In 2000, the Los Angeles Lakers overcame a huge deficit to beat Portland in game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. In 1987, Robi…
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In 1992, Michael Jordan hit 6 first half 3-pointers and then shrugged at the NBC broadcast crew. In 1967, Harmon Killebrew hit a monster shot at Metropolitan Stadium that still is remembered today at the old site of the Met. In 1975, Pele signed with the New York Cosmos to play in the NASL. In 2013, Deacon Jones died. He is the man who coined the t…
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In 1935, Babe Ruth retired from baseball. In 1941, Lou Gehrig died from the disease that would soon bear his name. In 1970, Bruce McLaren died in a test run on the Goodwood Motor Circuit in England. In 1993, Charles Smith denied four times at the end of the game against the Chicago Bulls. In 2000, Reggie Miller killed the New York Knicks again. In …
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In 1994, Reggie Miller’s ‘Spike Lee Game’ and the birth of Miller as the ‘Knick Killer’ In 2014, Mr. Game Seven Justin Williams scored his 7th game 7 goal. In 1957, Don Bowden became the first American to run a sub-4 mile. in 1988, ‘John Madden Football’ was released for the first time. In 1994, the NFL Sunday Ticket was announced. In 1925, Lou Geh…
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In 1999, the San Antonio Spurs’ Sean Elliott hit the game winner against the Portland Trailblazer to win game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. In 1983, the Philadelphia 76ers swept the LA Lakers to win the NBA Championship. In 1941, Sam Snead won the PGA Championship and then shipped off for active duty in the Navy during WWII. In 1949, Snead wo…
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In 1973, after several rain delays, the Indianapolis 500 raced on a Wednesday. Tragedy would a driver and a crew member. In 1982, Gordon Johncock won one of the closest Indy 500s in history. In 1976, Janet Guthrie became the first woman to compete in a NASCAR race. Also in 1976, Roger Maltbie beat Hale Irwin in a 4-hole playoff to win the inaugural…
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In 1997, the Utah Jazz battled back from a 13-point deficit and John Stockton hit the game winning 3 to advance to the NBA Finals In 1995, Rik Smits hit the game winner to beat the Magic after a flurry of 3s seesawed the game back and forth. In 1982, the Minnesota Twins pulled off an unusual triple play against the New York Yankees. In 2015, a par …
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In 2006, Barry Bonds hit home run #715. A lucky fan waiting for a sandwich looked up and caught it. In 1957, the National League okay'd Brooklyn's and New York's move to the west coast. In 1956, Dale Long hit a home run in his 8th straight game.Thrive Sweet Productions
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In 1991, the Chicago Bulls put several years of frustration behind them, beating the sulky Detroit Pistons to advance to the NBA Finals. Also in 1991, a strange end to the Indianapolis 500 with Arie Luyendyk winning. In 1937, Carl Hubbell won his 24th straight Major League baseball game. In 2012, Zach Johnson nearly coughed up a three shot lead on …
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In 1959, Harvey Haddix pitched a perfect game for 12 innings but still lost. In 1956, three Cincinnati pitchers combined for a no-hitter through 9 2/3 innings but lost. In 1991, Rick Mears became the third driver in history to win four Indianapolis 500s. In 2002, Robert 'Big Shot Bob' Horry hit the game winner against the Sacramento Kings. In 1995,…
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In 1965, Muhammad Ali put Sonny Liston on the mat with his 'Phantom Punch.' In 1993, John Starks posterized Horace Grant and Michael Jordan with a spectacular dunk. In 2002, the Boston Celtics pulled off one of the biggest comebacks in NBA playoff history. And in 1935, Babe Ruth hit his final home runs of his career.…
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In 1935, it was the first night game in Major League Baseball In 1920, a crackdown on gambling at Wrigley Field was carried out as 47 people were arrested in the bleacher seats. In 1981, Bobby Unser won the Indianapolis 500. In 1987, Al Unser, Sr. won his 4th Indy 500. In 1992, Al Unser, Jr won the closest Indy 500 And in 2004, Maurice Clarett lost…
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In 1958, Wilt Chamberlain gave up his final year at Kansas to turn pro but he couldn't go to the NBA yet. In 1977, jockey Steve Cauthen was thrown from his horse and injured badly. Also in 1977, Jack Nicklaus won his own golf tournament. In 1923 and again on the same day in 1924, Gene Tunney, the boxing Marine fought Harry Greg, the Pittsburgh Wild…
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In 1988, Dominque Wilkins and Larry Bird went to head-to-head in a classic Game 7. In 2009, LeBron James hit the game winner in a 96-95 win in the Eastern Conference. In 1977, Janet Guthrie became the first woman to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. In 2003, Annika Sorenstam played a PGA tour event, becoming the first woman to do so since 1945. In …
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In 1986, Ralph Sampson's flip shot sank the LA Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. In 1989, it was the 'Tide Slide' that led a to a melee in the pits of The Winston All-Star race. In 1977, Seattle Slew won the second leg of the Triple Crown. And in 1901, FIFA was founded.Thrive Sweet Productions
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In 2002, Kobe Bryant woke up at 1 a.m. on this day with stomach issues after ordering hotel room service. He was apparently the only one who got sick at the hotel that night. In 1972, the Indiana Pacers beat the New York Nets to win the ABA championship for the second time. In 1979, the Winnipeg Jets beat Wayne Gretzky and the Edmonton Oilers to wi…
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In 1974, the Houston Aeros, featuring Gordie Howe beat the Chicago Cougars to win the 2nd Avco Cup in the World Hockey Association. Also in 1974, the Philadelphia Flyers won their first ever Stanley Cup behind the excellent goaltending of Bernie Parent. In 1991, Willy T. Ribbs became the first black driver to qualify for the Indianapolis 500.…
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In 1963, running back Ernie Davis died of Leukemia. In 2023, 60 years later, Jim Brown died. In 1912, Allan Travers gave up 26 hits and 24 runs in a game. The reason he had to endure a beat down goes back to what happened 3 day prior. In 2004, Randy Johnson pitched a perfect game against the Atlanta Braves. In 1997, Tiger Woods 'C" game was good en…
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In 1987, Dale Earnhardt pulled off an incredible maneuver, even though no actual pass took place. In 1975, six men ran a sub four mile in a race as the record was lowered. And in 1979, it was a Major League Slugfest between Philadelphia and Chicago at Wrigley Field.Thrive Sweet Productions
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In 1980, Magic Johnson played Center, Forward, and Guard in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. In 1999, Allan Houston hit the game winner for the New York Knicks toppling the Miami Heat in the first round of the NBA playoffs...again. In 1976, the Montreal Canadiens won the first of four straight Stanley Cups, beating the Philadelphia Flyers 5-3 to sweep the…
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In 1981, Cleveland pitcher Len Barker pitched a perfect game against Toronto In 1912, Ty Cobb went into the stands and beat up a heckling fan. In 1990, the Edmonton Oilers and Boston Bruins played the longest NHL Stanley Cup Finals game. In 1941, Joe Dimaggio's record 56 game hitting streak got started on this day. And in 1994, Neal Lancaster won a…
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Throughout the twentieth century women’s rights to compete in sport at international level started to be realised, with major tournaments and competitions starting to, reluctantly, open their doors to female athletes. Nonetheless, this battle had been difficult and long for many women’s sporting organisations who relied on dedicated committee membe…
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In 1967, Dwight Smith was killed in a car accident in Kentucky just a few weeks after being selected by the LA Lakers in the NBA draft. In 1992, former NFL star Lyle Alzado died from brain cancer. In 1970, Harry Sinden left the Boston Bruins just a few days after winning the Stanley Cup. In 1972, Willie Mays made his debut with the New York Mets. I…
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In 1973, Bobby Riggs beat Margaret Court in straight sets in the first 'Battle of the Sexes.' In 1962 and again on this day in 1973, golfer Bruce Crampton came to the 18th hole needing only par to win. He made double bogey in '62 and bogey in '73 to lose both times. In 1978, French golfer Phillipe Porquier made a 20 on a hole to set the mark for hi…
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In 2000, 19-year old Adam Petty died during a practice session at Loudon. In 1970, Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks, hit career homerun #500. In 1979, Chris Evert lost on clay for the first time in six years. In 1997, Kobe Bryant shot five airballs in the closing minutes of their playoff loss to the Utah Jazz. And in 2012, Rhein Gibson shot a 55 on a full-leng…
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In 1977, Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner stepped in as manager of his own team. In 1919, an extra innings pitcher's duel featuring Walter Johnson at the Polo Grounds was played. In 1980, Dr. J made his signature move against the Los Angeles Lakers. In 1982, the USFL announced they would start playing in the spring of '83. And in 1893, Frenchman Hen…
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In 1970, the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup, sweeping St. Louis. The series was capped by Bobby Orr's 'Flying Goal.' In 1973, the New York Knicks beat the Los Angeles Lakers to win the NBA Championship. In 1974, the New York Nets beat the Utah Stars to win the ABA Championship. In 2015, Rickie Fowler birdied the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass 3 times…
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In 1970, Richard Petty wrecked his racecar at Darlington and nearly died. But it did lead to a significant safety change. In 1984, the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers played a 25 inning marathon. In 2010, golfer Tim Clarke 'finally' won on the PGA Tour. And in 2002, football coach Dan Devine died at the age of 77.…
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In 1970, Willis Reed made his dramatic entrance prior to Game 7 of the New York Knicks NBA Finals against Los Angeles Lakers. In 1968, Catfish Hunter pitched a perfect game for the Oakland A's against the Minnesota Twins In 2016, Bryce Harper reached base 7 times without an official plate appearance. In 2001, pitcher Randy Johnson struck out 20 in …
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In 1989, Michael Jordan hit the game winner over Craig Ehlo to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers and advance to the second round of the NBA Playoffs. In 1995, Jordan had one of his worst moments on the basketball court with two turnovers in the final seconds. That same night in New York, Indiana's Reggie Miller scored 8 points in the final 18.7 seconds …
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In 1954, Roger Bannister became the first human to run a sub 4-minute mile. In 1925, New York Yankee Everett Scott was benched by Miller Huggins after playing in 1,307 consecutive games. In 1953, Bobo Holloman became the first major league pitcher to pitch a no-hitter in his debut. And in 1998, 20-year old Kerry Wood struck out 20 to become the sec…
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In 1973, Secretariat broke slow but got going down the backstretch to win the Kentucky Derby in a record time. In 1969, Boston won their 11th NBA title in 13 years with Bill Russell playing and coaching his final game as a Celtic In 1981, Larry Bird hit one of his most memorable shots as the Celtics beat the Houston Rockets in game 1 of the NBA Fin…
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In 1968, Dancer's Image won the Kentucky Derby but was relegated to last a few days later. Also in 1968, the Pittsburgh Pipers won the first ABA Championship. In 1984, Dave Kingman hit a ball into the roof of the Metrodome. In 1979, Kirk Gibson was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the NFL draft. And in 2003, David Toms had an quadruple bogey …
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