July 3rd, 2022 features a 15-game MLB Sunday schedule highlighted by Mike Trout‘s slumping Angels battling Jose Altuve‘s Astros after two Houston blowouts. Tampa Bay and Toronto play a rubber game of their five-game series following Tampa’s twin-bill sweep, Clayton Kershaw‘s Dodgers look to take a fourth straight vs. Manny Machado‘s Padres, while NYY finishes a set in Cleveland. NBA Free Agency continues as teams call BRK about potential Kevin Durant trades, plus Cleveland waits with the NFL’s Deshaun Watson suspension decision coming soon. 

See what happened in sports on July 3rd last year, headlined by Khris Middleton‘s classic 23-point third-quarter performance in ECF Game 6 to lift Milwaukee into the NBA Finals without 2x MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo plus what happened in sports on July 3rd, 2020 ft. Pacers star SG Victor Oladipo opting out of the NBA’s return bubble as he rehabbed his torn quad and check out what happened in sports on July 3rd, 2019 ft. another day in NBA Free Agency as SF Markieff Morris signed with the Detroit Pistons. 

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ANOTHER ARENADO CYCLE

 

BUXTON WITH THE ENERGY

 

BEST 2022 PLAYOFF PLAYS

 

CLE WALKS OFF AGAIN

 

CORREA TEASED HIM

 

REMARKABLE REFLEXES

 

TOP 2022 PLAYOFFS DUNKS

 

BEST DEEP PLAYOFF SHOTS

 

PLAYOFF MOVES ON POINT

 

CLAMPS IN PLAYOFFS

 

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NFL: CB Paulson Adebo, New Orleans Saints (turns 23)

NFL: TE TJ Hockenson, Detroit Lions (25)

NFL: OL Solomon Kindley, Miami Dolphins (25)

MLB: RP Codi Heuer, Chicago Cubs (26)

NFL: DT Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs (28)

NFL: TE Cameron Brate, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (31)

NFL: TE Jordan Reed, Retired after 2020 (32)

MLB: RP Tommy Hunter, New York Mets (36)

2013: Boston Celtics hired Butler HC Brad Stevens as the team’s new HC 2 years after he led Butler to 2 consecutive CBB National Championships. Stevens coached in Boston for 7 years before moving into an executive role during 2021

2001: The NBA Board of Governors officially approved the relocation of the Vancouver Grizzlies to Memphis, Tennessee as the 1st NBA franchise to relocate since the Kings left Kansas City for Sacramento in 1986

2001: Boston Red Sox prospect Izzy Alcantara memorably kicked the Catcher after being hit by a pitch

1983: In the 15th inning, the Texas Rangers piled on 12 runs to defeat the Oakland Athletics 16-4 to set an MLB record for runs in a single extra inning

1974: Los Angeles Dodgers RP Mike Marshall set a new MLB record with his 13th consecutive pitching appearance en route to a MLB record 106 pitching appearances, 208.1 IP for a RP, and 83 GF in 1974 to become the 1st RP to win the Cy Young award 

1968: Cleveland Indians SP Luis Tiant struck out 19 batters over 10 IP (most ever in a 10-inning game) and set another record with 32 K’s over a 2-game stretch

1966: Atlanta Braves SP Tony Cloninger became the 1st NL player to hit 2 grand slams in a single game and drove in 9 RBI in a 17-3 victory over the Giants to set an MLB record for a Pitcher

1960: Atlanta Braves OF Hank Aaron surpassed Wally Berger for the most HR (199) in Braves franchise history. Aaron would go on to break Babe Ruth’s career HR record (714) on his way to 755 total and a franchise-best 733 HR that will represent the team record for a long time

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