June 18th, 2022 features a 16-game MLB Saturday with many winning teams facing off including Michael Kopech‘s White Sox taking on the ageless Justin Verlander‘s Astros. AL Cy Young candidate Alek Manoah looks to quiet the red-hot Yankees as Toronto battles New York, Boston plays STL after the Cards’ comeback fell short, and LAD matches up with Cleveland in inter-league play. The NBA’s off-season gets started with trades and player moves following Golden State’s Championship, while NFL teams make signings to fill holes during camps.

See what happened in sports on June 18th last year, headlined by Terrence Mann‘s unlikely 39-point explosion to lead LAC’s massive comeback in Game 6 and eliminate No. 1 seed Utah as Kawhi Leonard sat out, Philly forcing Game 7 after Seth Curry‘s heroics helped beat Atlanta, and Kemba Walker being traded from Boston to OKC in Brad Stevens’ first move as GM plus what happened in sports on June 18th, 2020 ft. the news that Hard Knocks will feature both the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers. 

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN SPORTS OVERVIEW: This daily sports post includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history. 

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WARRIORS WILD 21-0 RUN

 

STEPH WON 1ST FINALS MVP

 

DUBS ARE CHAMPS AGAIN

 

BEST GAME 6 PLAYS EVER

 

RIZZO RAKES THE GW-HR

 

ROOKIE BROUGHT IT BACK

 

EL JEFE IS A YOUNG BEAST

 

MINKAH MAKING BIG MONEY

 

C-WOOD NOW IN DALLAS

 

2 IMMACULATE IP IN 1 GAME

 

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NBA: PF Evan Mobley, Cleveland Cavaliers (turns 21)

NBA: SF Troy Murphy III, New Orleans Pelicans (22)

NFL: P Jake Bailey, New England Patriots (25)

MLB: OF Jake Meyers, Houston Astros (26)

NFL: CB Jason Verrett, San Francisco 49ers (31)

NFL: CB Chris Harris Jr., Free Agent (33)

MLB: SP Matt Moore, Texas Rangers (33) 

MLB: C Jason Castro, Houston Astros (35)

MLB: RP Steve Cishek, Washington Nationals (36)

NFL: TE Antonio Gates, Retired after 2018 (42)

NFL: C Jeff Saturday, Retired after 2012 (47)

NFL: EDGE Bruce Smith, Hall of Fame (59)

MLB: OF Lou Brock, Hall of Fame (83)

2016: Colorado Rockies 3B Nolan Arenado became the 1st player to hit for the cycle and hit a come-from-behind walk-off HR during the same game in MLB history

2014: Los Angeles Dodgers SP Clayton Kershaw threw the only no-hitter of his career while recording the most Ks (15) of any no-hitter in Dodgers franchise history

2013: Miami Heat SG Ray Allen hit a game-tying 3-pointer with 5 seconds remaining to send Game 6 to OT after a clutch Chris Bosh offensive rebound, where Miami would prevail 103-100 over San Antonio, forcing a Game 7 for the eventual back-to-back champions

1985: New York Knicks selected future HOF C Patrick Ewing out of Georgetown with the 1st overall pick after winning the 1st lottery in NBA history

1975: Boston Red Sox rookie OF Fred Lynn drove in 10 RBI with 3 HR, a 3B, and a 1B for an AL-record tying 16 total bases in a 15-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers

1974: Los Angeles Angels SP Nolan Ryan broke the record for the most career Ks (857) in franchise history during his MLB-record 3rd consecutive season of 300+ Ks. Over his illustrious 27-year career, Ryan spent 8 seasons for the Angels and recorded 2,416 Ks which still stands as the record today

1960: World Series favorites coming into the season, the San Francisco Giants replaced MGR Bill Rigney with Tom Sheehan, who at 66 years old, became the oldest rookie Manager in MLB history

1953: Boston Red Sox rookie OF Gene Stephens became the very 1st player in AL history to record 3 hits in the same inning as the Red Sox scored a MLB Modern Era (since 1900) record 17 runs in the 7th inning to fuel a 23-3 win over the Tigers

1938: New York Yankees legend Babe Ruth officially signed with the Brooklyn Dodgers as a hitting coach through the rest of the season

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