June 21st, 2022 features an action-packed 15-game MLB schedule with many winning teams facing off including Pete Alonso‘s Mets playing Jose Altuve‘s Astros. Nestor Cortes goes for the Yankees as they battle TB after NYY’s no-hit bid fell short in a tight victory, Atlanta and San Fran continue their set following a Braves’ walk-off win, while Minnesota starts a crucial AL Central series with Cleveland. The NBA offseason officially begins after Golden State’s championship parade, plus positional battles and roster questions abound for NFL teams. 

See what happened in sports on June 21st last year, headlined by Jacob deGrom continuing his all-time great 12-game start where he held a 0.50 ERA, the MLB beginning to check pitchers for foreign substances, and Miguel Sano hitting a 12th-inning walk-off bomb as well as what happened in sports on June 21st, 2020 ft. Ken Griffey Jr.‘s documentary premiering on MLB Network.

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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WHAT A GAME BY THE ROOK

 

LARNACH LAYS OUT IN LEFT

 

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY

 

1ST NATIONALS # RETIRED

 

TROUT = SEATTLE SLAYER

 

PITCHER NEEDS NO GLOVE

 

PHILLIES CLUTCH WIN IN DC

 

KERSHAW MAKING PLAYS

 

WARRIORS WILD 21-0 RUN

 

STEPH WON 1ST FINALS MVP

 

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MLB: RP Garrett Crochet, Chicago White Sox (turns 23)

NBA: PF JaMychal Green, Oklahoma City Thunder (32)

NBA: PF Thaddeus Young, Free Agent (34)

NBA: SF Richard Jefferson, Retired after 2018 (42)

2012: Big 3-led Miami Heat defeated the young, budding stars of the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5 to clinch Finals MVP LeBron James’ 1st Championship after he recorded a triple-double

1997: WNBA officially debuted with its 1st set of regular-season games — New York Liberty vs Los Angeles Sparks, Houston Comets vs Cleveland Rockers, Sacramento Monarchs vs Utah Starz

1989: New York Yankees traded future HOF OF Rickey Henderson back to the Oakland A’s in exchange for 2 journeymen pitchers and OF Luis Polonia

1988: James Worthy posted the 1st triple-double of his career in Game 7 of the NBA Finals as the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Detroit Pistons 108-105 as the 1st NBA back-to-back champs in 2 decades which preceded a decade straight of consecutive Championships (Pistons ’89 & ’90, Bulls ’91, ’92, ’93, Rockets ’94 & ’95, Bulls ’96, ’97, ’98)

1986: Heisman Trophy winner and #1 overall pick in the 1986 NFL Draft, Bo Jackson spurned the Buccaneers and decided to play baseball instead, signing with the Kansas City Royals

1964: On Father’s Day, Phillies SP Jim Bunning pitched the 1st National League Perfect Game in the World Series era (1904). He also became the 1st pitcher to win a no-hitter in each league

1939: New York Yankees announced future HOF 1B Lou Gehrig’s retirement due to reports that he has ALS

1916: Rube Foster pitched the 1st no-hitter ever at Fenway Park, over 4 years after its grand opening in 1912

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