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Today in Sports History: December 30th

Scott Skiles sets an NBA record, college basketball becomes popular, and a Civil War general gets his real claim to fame.

Today in Sports History: December 19th

12/19/1999 - Brown blinded by flagIn one of the final games of the year, Browns tackle Orlando Brown was hit with a penalty flag in the worst possible place: his eye. Referee Jeff Triplette, who...

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.

Today in Sports History: December 13th

(Jackie Robinson. Photo courtesy of Chock Full o'Nuts) 12/13/1956 - Jackie Robinson traded to GiantsThe Brooklyn Dodgers do the unthinkable and trade Jackie Robinson to their crosstown rivals, the...

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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