July 1st, 2022 features NBA Free Agency Day 2 where Kevin Durant is now available and Deandre Ayton could sign a new deal. MLB has 15 games on tap Friday including many matchups of winning teams highlighted by Trea Turner‘s Dodgers battling Blake Snell‘s struggling Padres in a big NL-West series. Vlad Guerrero‘s Blue Jays host slumping rival TB, Gerrit Cole goes for NYY to start a set against Jose Ramirez‘s Guardians, plus Mike Trout‘s Angels face Yordan Alvarez‘s Astros. NFL teams enter July knowing training camp is right around the corner.

See what happened in sports on July 1st last year, headlined by the Bucks taking a pivotal Game 5 vs. Atlanta behind huge performances from Brook Lopez and Khris Middleton with Giannis and Trae Young sitting out plus what happened in sports on July 1st, 2020 ft. the NFL canceling half of 2020’s preseason (before the rest was later canceled) and check out what happened in sports on July 1st, 2019 with D’Angelo Russell officially being traded to Golden State as part of a sign-and-trade with Kevin Durant joining the Brooklyn Nets. 

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TERRIFIC GRAB IN TAMPA

 

DOWN 3 IN 10TH, ALL GOOD

 

NOT GOING DOWN EASY

 

ROOK MAKES IT LOOK EASY

 

BEST 2022 PLAYOFF PLAYS

 

SCARY TERRY STAYIN’ IN DC

 

D-BACKS HISTORIC WIN

 

VLAD WALKS OFF BOSTON

 

BEST CLUTCH PLAYS IN 2022

 

BEST NBA PLAYOFF PLAYS

 

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NFL: LB Andrew Van Ginkel, Miami Dolphins (turns 27)

MLB: SP Chris Flexen, Seattle Mariners (28)

NFL: DT DJ Reader, Cincinnati Bengals (28)

NFL: LB Jordan Jenkins, Houston Texans (28)

NFL: LB De’Vondre Campbell, Green Bay Packers (29)

MLB: SP Michael Wacha, Boston Red Sox (31)

NBA: C Mike Muscala, Oklahoma City Thunder (31)

NFL: TE Logan Thomas, Washington Commanders (31)

MLB: OF Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies (36)

MLB: DH Nelson Cruz, Washington Nationals (42)

2018: After leading his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers to the NBA Finals all 4 seasons (won 1), SF LeBron James signed a 4y/$153M contract with the Los Angeles Lakers which led to their 1st Playoff appearance in 7 seasons & 1st Finals in 10 years

2013: New York Yankees SP Andy Pettitte surpassed Whitey Ford for the most career Ks (1,956) in franchise history during his final season in the MLB. Pettitte played all but 3 of his seasons for the Yanks and recorded 2,020 Ks which remains the record today

2011: The NBA CBA officially expired without a new agreement in place, beginning the 4th lockout in NBA history. It would last 161 days and ultimately cut the season to only 66 games, beginning December 15th

2004: In the 12th inning of an eventual victory over the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter made an iconic play, flying into the stands and scratching up his face to catch a pop fly 

1982: Baltimore Orioles 3B Cal Ripken Jr. made the 1st of his MLB-record 2,216 consecutive starts

1945: Detroit Tigers HOF OF Hank Greenberg, the 1st baseball star to return home from WWII, hit a HR in his 1st game back

1920: Washington Senators SP Walter Johnson pitched the only no-hitter of his career at Fenway Park, only missing a Perfect Game on an error by 2B Bucky Harris

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