July 16th, 2022 features baseball’s rising stars on display at MLB’s Future Stars Game in LA with prospects such as Francisco Alvarez and Jasson Dominguez showcasing their talent. MLB’s 16-game Saturday is highlighted by Aaron Judge‘s Yankees battling Xander Bogaerts‘ Red Sox after Boston won a thrilling 11-inning classic. The White Sox continue a crucial set vs. MIN and BAL faces Tampa following the end of their 10-game winning streak. NBA’s Summer League playoffs begin as free agency rolls on, while NFL coaches prepare for training camps. 

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

– July 16, 2021 ft. the Padres’ franchise-record 24 runs, Jed Lowrie‘s walk-off bomb, Vlad Jr. staying hot, and more!

– July 16, 2020 ft. Kansas City and San Diego making a notable trade, Zion leaving the Orlando bubble, and more!

– July 16, 2019 ft. Bryce Harper & Kyle Schwarber‘s walk-offs, Yelich adding to his MLB-leading HR count, and more!

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NO.1 PICK GOT THE BAG

 

ONEIL HAS A ROCKET ARM

 

MIAMI WALKS IT OFF AGAIN

 

TILLMAN TIME FOR POSTER

 

BUTKER DOES NOT MISS

 

ROOK TAKES HADER DEEP

 

DODGERS EPIC COMEBACK

 

BELT WALKS IT OFF

 

MARLINS WALK-OFF PIRATES

 

NYY GET REVENGE ON REDS

 

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NFL: TE Brevin Jordan, Houston Texans (turns 22)

MLB: OF Jarred Kelenic, Seattle Mariners (23)

NFL: OL Josh Myers, Green Bay Packers (24)

NFL: TE Blake Jarwin, Free Agent (28)

NFL: OG Brian Winters, Free Agent (31)

NFL: P Kevin Huber, Cincinnati Bengals (37)

NBA: PF Zach Randolph, Retired after 2018 (41)

NFL: RB Barry Sanders, Hall of Fame (54)

MLB: OF “Shoeless” Joe Jackson, Retired after 1920 (135)

2009: Philadelphia Phillies 1B Ryan Howard became the fastest player (658 GP) to reach 200 career HR in MLB history 

2008: PG Brandon Jennings signed a contract with Virtus Roma (Italy) to become the very 1st American to go directly from high school to a professional European team, bypassing the NCAA which became a much more popular trend in the years that followed

2003: Future HOFers PF Karl Malone and PG Gary Payton both signed with the Los Angeles Lakers

1971: San Francisco Warriors officially changed their name to the “Golden State Warriors” after planning to play half of their home games in Oakland starting in 1972. They moved back to San Francisco full time in 2019-20 but still kept the ‘Golden State’ name

1965: St. Louis Cardinals SP Bob Gibson passed Dizzy Dean for the most career Ks (1,095) in franchise history en route to his 4th consecutive season of 200+ Ks. Gibson played his entire 17-year career for the Cardinals and recorded 3,117 Ks which still stands as the franchise record today

1941: New York Yankees OF Joe DiMaggio extended his record hitting streak to an unprecedented 56 games, which still stands today as the all-time record

1920: New York Yankees OF Babe Ruth hit his 30th HR of the season, breaking his own record set in the previous season en route to 54 HR in 1920 which he surpassed the next year with 59 and then again in 1927 with 60. Roger Maris then set the single-season HR record with 61 in a 162-game season (instead of 154) during 1961

1909: Detroit Tigers SP Ed Summers pitched all 18 innings of a 0-0 tie with the Washington Senators, the longest scoreless game in American League history

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