August 3rd, 2022 features a thrilling 15-game MLB Wednesday slate highlighted by Luis Castillo making his Mariners debut against Gerrit Cole‘s Yankees in the Bronx after SEA’s tight victory. Zack Wheeler‘s Phillies try to split a quick set with Austin Riley‘s Braves, Xander Bogaerts and Boston look for a surprising sweep of Jose Altuve‘s Astros, while SF continues a rivalry series vs. LAD. Many role players from 2022 are still available for NBA teams in free agency, plus NFL squads continue training camps with tomorrow’s HOF Game kicking off the preseason. 

 

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

– August 3, 2021: Lakers solidified their bench, Bulls landed DeMar DeRozan, a record Steph Curry extension, and more!

– August 3, 2020: Zion‘s Pelicans beating Ja Morant‘s Grizzlies, Nelson Cruz walked it off for the Twins, and more!

– August 3, 2019: NFL HOF ceremonies, a combined Houston no-hitter, Buehler dominated from the mound, and more!

 

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HADER HEADING TO SoCAL

 

PADRES HOMETOWN HERO

 

EFROSS TO THE BIG APPLE

 

ORIOLES TRIBUTE MANCINI

 

MIN & CLE BOTH WALK-OFF

 

PROFAR LAID OUT IN WIN

 

ROOKIE FULL EXTENSION

 

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NFL: QB Zach Wilson, New York Jets (turns 23)

MLB: OF Luis Robert, Chicago White Sox (25)

NFL: RB Ronald Jones II, Kansas City Chiefs (25)

NFL: S Derwin James, Los Angeles Chargers (26)

MLB: 3B Alec Bohm, Philadelphia Phillies (26)

NBA: SF Kelan Martin, Free Agent (27) 

NBA: SG Kendrick Nunn, Los Angeles Lakers (27)

MLB: SP Zac Gallen, Arizona Diamondbacks (27) 

NFL: RB Todd Gurley, Last played in 2020 (28)

NFL: LB Kwon Alexander, New York Jets (28)

NFL: LB Dante Fowler, Dallas Cowboys (28)

NFL: K Younghoe Koo, Atlanta Falcons (28)

NFL: DL Henry Anderson, New England Patriots (31)

NFL: DE Benson Mayowa, Free Agent (31)

NFL: QB Tyrod Taylor, New York Giants (33)

MLB: OF Matt Joyce, Retired after 2021 (38)

NFL: QB Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (45)

MLB: 3B Troy Glaus, Retired after 2010 (46)

2004: St. Louis Cardinals 1B Albert Pujols became the very 1st player to hit 30+ HR during each of his 1st 3 career seasons in MLB history 

2000: Orlando Magic acquired SG Tracy McGrady from the Raptors and SF Grant Hill from the Detroit Pistons in 2 separate deals on the same day with future 4x DPOY and NBA Champion Ben Wallace being sent to Detroit 

1989: Cincinnati Reds set 3 MLB records in their 18-2 destruction of the Houston Astros: most Hits (16) in an inning, most players (7) with 2 Hits in 1 inning, and most singles in an inning (12)

1986: The 1st “American Bowl” was held at Wembley Stadium in London between the Dallas Cowboys and Chicago Bears

1960: Cleveland Indians traded MGR Joe Gordon to the Detroit Tigers for MGR Jimmy Dykes, the 1st and only manager-for-manager trade in MLB history

1948: Negro League legend SP Satchel Paige made his MLB debut with the Cleveland Indians at 41 years old, becoming the oldest player to ever make his MLB debut

1906: Washington Senators SP Tom Hughes became the very 1st player to win a 1-0 game in extra innings off of his own HR in MLB history against as the Senators defeated the St. Louis Browns

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