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1/07/1990 - Flipper's TD kills the Giants

It has been exactly twenty years since the New York Giants lost a playoff game to the Los Angeles Rams, on a memorable touchdown reception by a man named Flipper.

Today in Sports History: December 28th

(Alan Ameche scores the winning TD. Photo courtesy of AP Photos) 12/28/1958 - The Greatest Game Ever Played In the first overtime game in league history, the Baltimore Colts defeat the New York...

Today in Sports History: October 26th

10/26/1984 - Jordan plays first NBA game Playing against the team that he would finish his career with, Michael Jordan makes his NBA debut with the Chicago Bulls, scoring 16 points in a 109-93...

Today in Sports History: October 24th

(Snow leads Baker to the dugout. Photo by Brian Bahr, Getty Images) 10/24/1985 - Spurs trade Gervin to Bulls The San Antonio Spurs trade George Gervin to the Chicago Bulls for Dave Greenwood....

Today in Sports History: June 4th

On this day in sports history, "Ten Cent Beer Night" goes horribly wrong, the Suns and Celtics go 3OT, Lasting Milledge high-fives some fans, Randy Johnson wins his 300th game, and the Portland Trail Blazers choke in Game 7.

Today in Sports History: August 1st

(Vikings lineman Korey Stringer. Photo courtesy of the Associated Press) 8/01/1945 - Ott hits 500th Mel Ott becomes the third player overall (Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx) and the first in the National...

Today in Sports History: July 18th

(Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers, and Frank Chance. Three Cubs Fall of Famers) 7/18/1897 - Anson first to 3,000 Cap Anson is the first player in history to collect 3,000 career base hits, which he does...

Today in Sports History: July 20th

(Tim Donaghy looks on. File photo by Rocky Widner, Getty Images) 7/20/1969 - The Moon Landing and Gaylord Perry In 1962, Giants rookies pitcher Gaylord Perry was taking batting practice when Harry...

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: September 13th

(Frank Francisco throws the chair. Photo by D. Ross Cameron, AP Photos) 9/13/1965 - Mays knocks 500th home runThe "Say Hey Kid" hits career home run #500 off the Astros' Don Nottebart. Willie Mays...

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