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Today in Sports History: May 24th

5/24/1935 - Reds play Phillies at night The Cincinnati Reds host big league baseball's very first night game as they take on the Philadelphia Phillies at Crosley Field. For more than 50 years,...

Today in Sports History: February 4th

2/04/1987 - Lakers destroy Kings It was an ugly scene in Los Angeles as the pitiful Sacramento Kings, who would lose 59 games in the '87 season, went up against a Lakers squad that would win 65...

Today in Sports History: January 8th

(Rose signs autographs for his book. Photo by Gregory Bull, AP Photos) 1/08/2004 - Rose comes clean Pete Rose's tell-all memoir, My Prison Without Bars, is released to bookstores everywhere. In...

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: 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...

9/11/1985 - Cobb rolls over in his grave

(Rose singles off Eric Show for his record hit. Photo courtesy of Getty Images) On a 2-1 slider from Padres pitcher Eric Show, Pete Rose knocked career hit number 4,192 into left-center field....

Today in Sports History: July 17th

7/17/1960 - Newcombe instantly ejected Many pitchers have gotten tossed early in a game, but none have been thrown out quite as quickly as Reds pitcher Don Newcombe. While warming up for a game in...

Today in Sports History: June 10th

6/10/1944 - 15 year-old Nuxhall debuts with Reds With many of baseball's biggest stars serving in World War II (such as Ted Williams, Hank Greenberg, Joe DiMaggio, Bob Feller, and Yogi Berra), the...

Today in Sports History: July 14th

(Rose slamming into Fosse. Photo courtesy of AP Photos) 7/14/1967 - Mathews hits #500 Third baseman Eddie Mathews hits the 500th home run of his career. The longtime Milwaukee Brave hit the blast...

8/24/1989 - Rose banned for life

(Pete Rose in a Reds jacket. Photo via Cincinnati Enquirer) In February 1989, Pete Rose was summoned to meet with the heads of Major League Baseball. Retiring commissioner Peter Ueberroth, his...

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