August 29th, 2022 features an eight-game MLB Monday schedule including Juan Soto‘s Padres visiting Joc Pederson‘s Giants in a division rivalry matchup. Two of baseball’s best collide as Aaron Judge‘s Yankees take on Mike Trout‘s Angels, while Xander Bogaerts‘ Red Sox battle Carlos Correa‘s Twins, plus Bryce Harper‘s streaking Phillies play Arizona. NFL teams consider which players to retain following the end of preseason games with 53-man rosters due Tuesday, while NBA squads prepare for training camps as offseason activity winds down. 

 

See what happened in sports on this day in recent years:

– August 29, 2021: Harrison Smith‘s extension, JK Dobbins‘ torn ACL, Salvador Perez‘s historic HR streak, and more!

– August 29, 2020: LeBron, AD, & the Lakers advanced to West Semifinals, Giannis‘ Bucks did the same, and more!

– August 29, 2019: MIA named FitzMagic the starter, a return from leukemia, big NFL preseason displays, and more!

 

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BEST OF NBA CLUTCH WEEK

 

HAMMER TIME AT FIBA

 

TUA & TYREEK READY 4 2022

 

TWINS WALK-OFF WALK

 

ATHLETICS WALK-OFF WIN

 

MARINERS EPIC WIN VS. CLE

 

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NFL: CB Rasul Douglas, Green Bay Packers (turns 28)

MLB: RP Alex Reyes, St. Louis Cardinals (28)

MLB: RP Seth Martinez, Houston Astros (28)

MLB: SP Noah Syndergaard, Philadelphia Phillies (30)

NFL: CB Troy Hill, Los Angeles Rams (31)

MLB: OF Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers (32)

MLB: RP Brent Suter, Milwaukee Brewers (33)

NBA: PF David West, Retired after 2018 (42)

NFL: RB Jamal Lewis, Retired after 2009 (43)

MLB: SP Roy Oswalt, Retired after 2013 (45)

2018: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers became the highest-paid player in NFL history at the time with a 4y/$134 million extension ($108M gtd). Green Bay drafted his successor Jordan Love in the 1st Rd of the 2020 draft before his deal even kicked in which led to A-Rod winning 2 straight MVPs and once again becoming the highest-paid ($50.3M AAV) player in the NFL

2002: Denver Broncos K Ola Kimrin drilled a 65yd FG in the preseason which would’ve been an NFL record for the longest FG of all-time if it was an official regular season game

1987: Houston Astros SP Nolan Ryan surpassed 200 strikeouts on the season for the 11th time in his career, setting the MLB record. He extended his record to 15 total seasons with 200+ Ks which still stands today

1977: St. Louis Cardinals OF Lou Brock stole his 893rd career base in a loss to the San Diego Padres, breaking Ty Cobb’s all-time career record. Brock extended his record to 938 but was later surpassed by Rickey Henderson who finished with 1,406 SB, by far the most ever

1974: C Moses Malone became the very 1st player to turn pro directly out of high school in NBA/ABA history, joining the ABA’s Utah Stars. Malone evolving into a NBA Hall of Famer would later influence many HS prospects to skip college and go directly to the pros

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