June 1st, 2022 was highlighted by DL Stephon Tuitt’s shocking retirement at age-29 after just seven seasons. Brendan Rodgers capped off a three-HR night with a walk-off blast to give Colorado a wild 13-12 win over Miami, red-hot Francisco Lindor broke a Mets RBI record, while Danny Jansen hit his seventh homer faster than any Catcher in Blue Jays history as part of a bounce-back season. Pittsburgh continued owing the Dodgers with a stunning sweep in LA, Christopher Morel walked off the Brewers, and Story had a slick sliding stop to beat Cincy. 

See what happened in sports on June 1st last year, headlined by Denver defeating Portland despite Dame‘s dominant 55-point, 12-3PM effort, Phoenix destroying the Lakers in AD‘s absence to take a 3-2 lead, and Brooklyn’s Big 3 capping off a historically prolific first round as well as what happened in sports on June 1st, 2020 ft. the Warriors, Bulls, and Pistons re-opening their practice facilities and former Laker Brian Shaw being named Head Coach of the G-League select team. 

WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS OVERVIEW: This daily sports post includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history.

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INSANE GAME BY BRENDAN

 

WALK-OFF WINNER 4 CUBS

 

WHAT A WAY TO END IT

 

WHAT A CAREER FOR TUITT

 

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MLB: RP Jordan Sheffield, Colorado Rockies (turns 27)

NFL: P Bradley Pinion, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (28)

MLB: OF Andrew Stevenson, Washington Nationals (28)

NBA: SG Nick Young, Last played in 2019 (37)

MLB: SP Carlos Zambrano, Retired after 2012 (41)

NFL: WR Santana Moss, Retired after 2014 (43)

2021: Portland Trail Blazers PG Damian Lillard buried a NBA record 12 3PM as part of a franchise-record 55-point Playoff performance with 2 game-tying FG to force 2OT for the only GP of 55+ PTS & 10+ AST in NBA Postseason history but his Blazers fell to the MVP Nikola Jokic‘s Nuggets in Game 5 before losing the series in 6

2012: SP Johan Santana pitched the very 1st no-hitter in the 50-year history of the New York Mets, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals 8-0 which remains the only individual no-hitter in Mets history

2006: PF Dirk Nowitzki scored a Dallas Mavericks playoff franchise-record 50 points to defeat the Phoenix Suns in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals. Dirk’s 3 career 50-pt GP are more than all other Mavs in history combined (2)

1997: Chicago Bulls SG Michael Jordan drained the final GW buzzer-beater of his career to defeat the Utah Jazz in Game 1 after Karl Malone’s 2 missed FTs in the clutch. It’s the most recent buzzer-beater in the NBA Finals while Jordan’s 9 career GW buzzer-beaters are the most in NBA history

1994: Indiana Pacers SF Reggie Miller converted an NBA Playoff-record 5 3PM in the 4th quarter of a Game 5 win over the New York Knicks, finishing with 39 points

1982: Oakland Athletics OF Rickey Henderson swiped 2 bases, becoming the fastest to reach 50 stolen bases in a season

1979: Seattle Supersonics defeated the Washington Bullets in Game 5 of the NBA Finals to win the city of Seattle’s very 1st professional sports championship

1975: California Angels SP Nolan Ryan pitched his record-tying 4th career no-hitter, a 1-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. Ryan finished with 7 career no-hitters to surpass Sandy Koufax who still has the 2nd most with 4

1941: Mel Ott became the 1st National League player in history and 3rd player ever (Babe Ruth & Jimmie Foxx) to hit 400 HRs. He was also the 1st NL player to hit 300 & 500 career HR

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