July 27th, 2022 features a 14-game MLB Wednesday slate highlighted by Byron Buxton‘s Twins battling Corbin Burnes‘ Brewers after Luis Urias‘ walk-off sac-fly helped MIL win a back-and-forth affair. Max Scherzer goes for NYM against Aaron Judge‘s Yankees as the Mets look to sweep their crosstown rivals, Ronald Acuna‘s Braves have a rubber match vs. PHI, while Kevin Gausman‘s red-hot Blue Jays face slumping STL in inter-league play. NBA teams look for trades and free agents to take the next step, plus Jimmy Garoppolo suiters consider a deal.

 

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

– July 27, 2021: Aaron Rodgers returned to Packers camp, a number of MLB trades before the deadline, and more!

– July 27, 2020: Tampa Bay set a franchise record, Miami’s COVID-19 outbreak expanding to 11 players, & more!

– July 27, 2019: Blue Jays’ epic comeback in Tampa, a Brewers walk-off, Steven Matz‘s 1st Shutout, and more!

 

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BEN GAMEL GOBBLES IT UP

 

STOTT IN A BIG SPOT

 

BIG PAPI’S IN THE HOF

 

CRUZ TO THE RIVER

 

NO SHADES NO PROBLEM

 

RICHOCHET CATCH BY LAA

 

MINOR LEAGUE TOP PLAY

 

HISTORIC BLUE JAYS GAME

 

NYM ADDING CERTIFIED UNIT

 

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NBA: PG Killian Hayes, Detroit Pistons (turns 21)

NFL: DB Taron Johnson, Buffalo Bills (26)

NFL: LB Darius Leonard, Indianapolis Colts (27)

MLB: SS Adalberto Mondesi, Kansas City Royals (27)

MLB: SP Brad Keller, Kansas City Royals (27)

MLB: SP/RP Drew Rasmussen, Tampa Bay Rays (27)

NFL: KR Brandon Wilson, Cincinnati Bengals (28)

NFL: C Corey Linsley, Los Angeles Chargers (31)

MLB: RP Wandy Peralta, New York Yankees (31)

NFL: QB Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans (34)

MLB: SP Max Scherzer, New York Mets (38)

MLB: 3B/SS Alex Rodriguez, Retired after 2016 (47)

2012: Milwaukee Brewers traded SP Zack Greinke to the Los Angeles Angels for 3 players, including SS Jean Segura

2001: OF Deion Sanders was released by the Toronto Blue Jays, ultimately ending his baseball career

1993: Just 7 years after Len Bias’ shocking death, Boston Celtics SG Reggie Lewis collapsed on-court during an offseason shoot-around and passed away later that night

1984: Montreal Expos 1B Pete Rose recorded his 3,053rd career single to become MLB’s all-time leader, passing Ty Cobb. Rose finished with 3,215 that still stands as the singles record with Cobb being the only other player with 3,000+ career 1B

1976: Baltimore Orioles SP Jim Palmer surpassed Dave McNally for the most career Ks (1,476) in franchise history en route to his 2nd consecutive Cy Young Award. Palmer played his entire 19-year career for the Orioles and recorded 2,212 Ks which still stands as the record today

1927: At just 18 years old, New York Giants OF Mel Ott hit an inside-the-park HR for the very 1st HR of his career; it would be the only inside-the-parker of his 511 career HR

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