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Today in Sports History: October 9th

10/09/1910 - Cobb wins batting title On the final day of the 1910 MLB season, Ty Cobb had a slim lead over Napolean "Nap" Lajoie in the American League batting race. The Chalmers Automobile company...

Today in Sports History: July 23rd

(The famous photo of Cobb. Photo courtesy of Charley Conlon, The Sporting News) 7/23/1910 - Cobb slides into third base It was on this day in 1910 that Charles M. Conlon snapped one of the most...

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: August 19th

8/19/1921 - Cobb reaches 3KTy Cobb gets a base hit off Red Sox pitcher Elmer Myers, giving him 3,000 for his career. Cobb, who was 34 at the time, would become the first player to also tally 4,000...

Today in Sports History: May 15th

The Clippers move to Los Angeles, Ty Cobb beats up a heckler, a famous streak begins in New York, and a famous dignitary takes in an O's game.

Today in Sports History: February 2nd

Bevo Francis puts his name in the record books.

Today in Sports History: May 18th

On this day in sports history, Scottie Pippen is called for a dubious foul, the Tigers face the A's with scab players, the Magic beat Jordan and the Bulls, and Pierce and LeBron duel in Game 7.

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