July 7th, 2022 features an MLB Thursday with 13 contests highlighted by two classic rivals colliding as Gerrit Cole‘s Yankees visit Rafael Devers‘ Red Sox. Ronald Acuna‘s red-hot Braves try to sweep Nolan Arenado‘s Cards, Two struggling squads battle as Joe Musgrove‘s Padres play SF, while Vlad Guerrero‘s Blue Jays face Julio Rodriguez‘s streaking Mariners. NBA Summer League is in full swing as prospects attempt to prove themselves, plus teams with QB vacancies consider veterans like Jimmy G following CAR trading for Baker Mayfield

See what happened in sports on July 7th last year, headlined by Shohei Ohtani setting the all-time record for home runs (32) by a Japanese-born player plus what happened in sports on July 7th, 2020 ft. 62-year old Chiefs HC Andy Reid making it clear he may coach into his 70’s following KC’s Super Bowl championship and check out what happened in sports on July 7th, 2019 with an exciting MLB Futures game coming down to the final out.  

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GREAT DEBUT FOR CHET

 

O’S WILD WIN VS. TEXAS

 

WARREN HAS POTENTIAL

 

WHAT A PLAY BY REYNOLDS

 

WALK-OFF ENDS SHUTOUT

 

WILD ENDING IN MILWAUKEE

 

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NFL: WR Chase Claypool, Pittsburgh Steelers (turns 24)

MLB: OF Franmil Reyes, Cleveland Guardians (27)

MLB: 1B Nate Lowe, Texas Rangers (27)

NFL: K Will Lutz, New Orleans Saints (28)

NBA: C Cristiano Felicio, Last played in 2021 (30)

NFL: OT Matt Feiler, Los Angeles Chargers (30)

MLB: SP Satchel Paige, Hall of Fame (116)

2008: Milwaukee Brewers acquired impending free-agent SP CC Sabathia from the Cleveland Indians in exchange for 4 players, including OF Michael Brantley

2005: Colorado Rockies 1B Todd Helton passed Larry Walker for the most HR (258) in Rockies franchise history. Helton extended his record to 369 which still stands today

1998: Coors Field was home to the highest-scoring All-Star Game in MLB history as the AL won 13-8

1994: Los Angeles Dodgers signed future HOF 3B Adrian Beltre as an amateur international free agent. Beltre quickly became an impact player for LA as he led the MLB in Home Runs with 48 during 2004 at age-25

1978: The NBA officially approved a “franchise swap” between the owners of the Buffalo Braves and Boston Celtics; the Braves would be relocated to San Diego just a few years later and renamed the “Clippers”

1974: Milwaukee Brewers 3B Don Money set an MLB record by completing his 78th consecutive errorless game at 3B 

1948: Cleveland Indians signed Negro League SP Satchel Paige on his 42nd bday, who pitched 2 seasons for CLE in a multi-dimensional role before pitching for the St. Louis Browns during their last 3 years pre-move to Baltimore. Paige then became the oldest player in MLB history at 58 in 1965 (12 years after final GP)

1900: Boston Beaneaters SP Kid Nichols won his 300th career game 2 months before his 31st birthday, making him the youngest to reach the mark

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