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Today in Sports History: October 13th

10/13/1903 - Americans win first World Series In the eighth game of a best-of-nine series -- the first championship played between the American and National Leagues -- the Boston Americans beat the...

9/26/1973 - Conquistadors sign the "Big Dipper"

Wilt Chamberlain left the NBA in 1973 as the sport's most dominant force. The self-proclaimed goliath was the game's all-time leading scorer, a winner of four MVP's, two NBA titles, and nearly 100...

Today in Sports History: June 19th

On this day in sports history: Len Bias dies, Portland picks Bowie, Horry beats the Pistons, Isiah sets finals record, Jay Williams crashes his motorcycle, and the first baseball game is played.

Today in Sports History: November 13th

On this day in sports history: the longest shot in pro basketball history, Darry Dawkins breaks a backboard, and an NBA player manages to foul out with 7 fouls.

Today in Sports History: June 17th

O.J. Simpson runs away, the Suns trade Charles Barkley, the Mets fire Willie Randolph, the Celtics crush the Lakers, the NBA and ABA merge, and a Rangers fan knocks a little kid in order to get a foul ball. All on June 17th.

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