July 5th, 2022 features 15 MLB games on tap Tuesday highlighted by Carlos Correa‘s Twins taking on Tim Anderson‘s White Sox in a tight divisional series. Wander Franco‘s Rays battle J.D. Martinez and Boston after the Red Sox shutout Tampa, Matt Olson‘s Braves host Nolan Arenado‘s Cardinals, plus Mike Trout‘s Angels attempt to take down NL Cy Young favorite Sandy Alcantara and Miami. NBA teams await a potential blockbuster trade of Kevin Durant to proceed with the rest of free agency, while NFL teams prepare their preseason rosters. 

See what happened in sports on July 5th last year, headlined by Fernando Tatis Jr. showcasing his two way skill with a sensational ‘double jump’ snag and long HR plus what happened in sports on July 5th, 2020 ft. updates on Yankees SP Masahiro Tanaka‘s concussion after being drilled by Stanton‘s 116 MPH liner and check out what happened in sports on July 5th, 2019 with Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett making their highly anticipated Summer League debuts against each other highlighted by Zion’s awe-inspiring athleticism and insane slams.  

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PENA HAS WALKOFF POWER

 

DRAGIC HEADING TO BULLS

 

THE ROOKIE’S GOT RANGE

 

MIAMI & DC TRADE BLOWS

 

REDS OUT-CLUTCH BRAVES

 

PADRES STORM BACK IN LA

 

TOP 10 NFL PLAYS IN 2021

 

GREENE’S HUGE 1ST HR

 

ANOTHER TWINS WALK-OFF

 

GOLD GLOVE FOR A REASON

 

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NFL: WR Diontae Johnson, Pittsburgh Steelers (turns 26)

MLB: OF Austin Hays, Baltimore Orioles (27)

MLB: DH/SP Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels (28)

MLB: SS Jorge Polanco, Minnesota Twins (29)

MLB: RP Nick Anderson, Tampa Bay Rays (32)

NFL: LB Malcolm Smith, Free Agent (33)

NBA: PG Ish Smith, Denver Nuggets (34)

NFL: OG Richie Incognito, Last played in 2020 (39)

NFL: WR Brandon Lloyd, Retired after 2014 (41)

MLB: RP Rich “Goose” Gossage, Hall of Fame (71)

1998: Toronto Blue Jays SP Roger Clemens became the 11th pitcher to record 3,000 career strikeouts in MLB history

1998: New York Yankees’ 1-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles improved their record to 61-20, tying the best 81-game start in MLB history (1902 Pirates, 1907 Cubs)

1993: Oakland Athletics OF Rickey Henderson led off both games of a doubleheader against the Cleveland Indians with a HR, becoming the 1st player to accomplish the feat since 1913. Henderson finished his HOF career with the most leadoff HR (81) to start a game in MLB history 

1991: MLB owners unanimously approved of the expansion of Colorado Rockies and Florida Marlins franchises to join the NL in 1993

1989: Pittsburgh Pirates OF Barry Bonds hit his 76th career HR to give him and his father, Bobby, the all-time father-son HR record (408); Barry’s 763 career HRs would have set the record himself, but Bobby’s 332 give the duo a whopping 1,095

1987: Oakland Athletics 1B Mark McGwire became the 1st rookie to hit 30 HRs before the All-Star break in MLB history 

1947: Making his debut with the Cleveland Indians at 1B, Larry Doby became the 1st Black player in American League history a few months after Jackie Robinson debuted for the Dodgers in the National League

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