1898 US Open Men’s Golf, Myopia Hunt Club: Scotsman Fred Herd easily wins by 7 strokes from countryman Alex Smith; first 72-hole US Open
1898 US National Championship Women’s Tennis, Philadelphia CC: Defending champion Juliette Atkinson beats Marion Jones 6-3, 5-7, 6-4, 2-6, 7-5 for her third US singles title
1911 Detroit Tigers trail Chicago White Sox, 13-1 at Bennett Park, Detroit; recover to win, 16-15 for the biggest comeback in Major League Baseball history
1915 US Open Men’s Golf, Baltusrol GC: 4-time US Amateur champion Jerome Travers captures his only Open title, 1 stroke ahead of runner-up Tom McNamara
1936 First bicycle traffic court in America established in Racine, Wisconsin
1947 Cincinnati Reds pitcher Ewell Blackwell no-hits Boston Braves, 6-0 at Crosley Field, Cincinnati
1948 Future Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Robin Roberts debuts for the Philadelphia Phillies, taking a 2-0 loss against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Shibe Park, Philadelphia
1950 Cleveland Indians score an American League record 14 runs in 1st inning; beat Philadelphia A’s, 21-2 at Cleveland Stadium
1953 Red Sox rookie Eugene Stephens is 1st player in AL history to register 3 hits in an inning; Boston score 17 runs in 7th Inning in 23-3 rout of Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park
1960 San Francisco Giants hire Tom Sheehan to replace Bill Rigney; baseball’s oldest debuting manager (66) goes 46-50-2 for remainder of season
1967 Houston Astros pitcher Don Wilson no-hits Atlanta Braves, 2-0 at the Astrodome, Houston
1972 US Open Men’s Golf, Pebble Beach GL: Jack Nicklaus captures his 3rd Open title, 3 strokes ahead of Bruce Crampton of Australia
1972 US Supreme Court, 5-3, confirms lower court rulings in Curt Flood case, upholding baseball’s exemption from antitrust laws [1]
1973 NCAA makes urine testing mandatory for participants
1975 Fred Lynn gets 10 RBIs in a single Red Sox game in a 15-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers
1975 Left-arm fast bowler Gary Gilmour takes 6-14 to guide Australia to a 4 wicket win with 188 balls remaining in Cricket World Cup semi final v England at Leeds
1976 St Louis Cards Lou Brock & Hector Cruz hit inside-the-park HRs
1979 Sri Lanka beat India by 47 runs in Cricket World Cup upset
1981 Test cricket debut of Terry Alderman, v England at Trent Bridge
1986 California Angels’Don Sutton becomes 19th MLB pitcher to win 300 games
1988 Jeff Hamilton, hits 8,000th Dodger home run
1990 1st sudden death US Open Golf Championship is won by Hale Irwin
1991 SF Giant pitcher Dave Dravecky’s cancerous left arm is amputated
1991 Yankee pitchers pick-off 3 Toronto Blue Jays
1992 Ottawa Senators make goalie Peter Sidorkiewicz their 1st draft pick
1992 Tampa Bay Lightning make goalie Wendell Young their 1st draft pick
1994 Aleksander Popov swims world record 100m free style (48.21 sec)
1995 US Open Men’s Golf, Shinnecock Hills GC: Corey Pavin wins his only major championship, 2 strokes ahead of runner-up Greg Norman of Australia
1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final, Råsunda Stadium, Stockholm, Sweden: Hege Riise & Marianne Pettersen score within 3 minutes of each other to give Norway a 2-0 win over Germany
2001 US Open Men’s Golf, Southern Hills CC: Retief Goosen of South Africa wins first of 2 US Open titles in an 18-hole Monday playoff, 2 strokes ahead of runner-up Mark Brooks
2017 Pakistan defeat India to win cricket’s Champions Trophy at the Oval in London by 180 runs, Fakhar Zaman scores 114 runs
2017 US Open Men’s Golf, Erin Hills GC: Brooks Koepka wins his first major title by 4 strokes from Brian Harman and Hideki Matsuyama
2019 England cricket captain Eoin Morgan smashes a ODI world record 17 sixes against Afghanistan in his side’s 150-run World Cup victory at Old Trafford; Morgan, 148 from 71 balls

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