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Today in Sports History: July 31st

(Garnett, Pierce, and Allen. Photo courtesy of Walter Looss Jr.) 7/31/1990 - Ryan gets to 300 With a win over the Milwaukee Brewers, Nolan Ryan becomes the first and only pitcher to reach 300 wins...

Today in Sports History: April 6th

(Ted Koppel and Al Campanis on Nightline) For the 40th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's breakthrough into Major League Baseball, ABC's Nightline hosted a routine conference call to commemorate the...

Today in Sports History: May 16th

Allan Houston hits a game-winner, a Cubs fan incites a brawl, and Magic Johnson has one of the greatest performances ever.

4/25/1976 - Monday saves the American flag

(The famous photo of Monday. Photo by James Roark, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner) On the 100th anniversary of their very first game, the Chicago Cubs were in Los Angeles to face the Dodgers. Before...

Today in Sports History: November 5th

(Foreman knocks down Moorer. Photo by Al Bello, Getty Images) 11/05/1946 - Connors breaks backboardChuck Connors of the Boston Celtics becomes the first player in professional basketball to...

Today in Sports History: June 1st

On this day in sports history, John Madden football turns 22, Reggie Miller gives Spike Lee the choke sign, Milton Bradley goes on a tirade -- bested only by AA manager Phillip Wellman.

Today in Sports History: June 29th

It's a big day in sports history: 20 years ago there were two no-hitters on the same night. Steve Francis was traded for T-Mac, the NBA introduced a new basketball, Chris Washburn gets tossed, and Moonlight Graham makes an appearance. Also, Kenny Rogers attacked a cameraman. All on June 29th.

Today in Sports History: March 4th

On this day in sports history, Hank Gathers passes away on the basketball court.

Today in Sports History: April 15th

In an epic day in sports history, Jackie Robinson makes his MLB debut, John Havlicek steals the ball, Tim Duncan agitates Joe Crawford, an octopus gets thrown on the ice for the first time, and a famous poultry product emerges in San Diego.

Today in Sports History: May 7th

It is an epic day in sports history! On T.D.I.S.H., Reggie Miller defeats the Knicks with 8 points in 9 seconds, Michael Jordan hits "The Shot", Herb Score gets hit with a line drive, The Denver Nuggets upset the Seattle Sonics, Nick Anderson steals the ball from a recently-un-retired Michael Jordan, and Manny Ramirez gets suspended.

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