June 22nd, 2022 features a 15-game MLB Wednesday with many winning matchups highlighted by Vlad Guerrero‘s Blue Jays battling Tim Anderson‘s White Sox after an extra innings thriller. Carlos Rodon goes for the Giants in Atlanta following SF’s 12-10 slugfest win, the Yankees and Rays play a rubber match after Tampa’s tight victory, while Pete Alonso‘s Mets finish a quick set with Houston. NBA player & team options are being decided as Kyrie‘s deadline looms, plus the NFL world celebrates TE Rob Gronkowski‘s career following his retirement.

See what happened in sports on June 22nd last year, headlined by Deandre Ayton‘s GW inbounds alley-oop at the buzzer to help Phoenix steal an improbable one-point victory from LAC in Game 2, Cameron Payne‘s breakout performance with CP3 still sidelined, and Detroit winning the NBA’s 2021 draft lottery as well as what happened in sports on June 22nd, 2020 ft. various players such as Davis Bertans and Trevor Ariza announcing that they will skip the NBA’s return in Orlando, plus MLB’s final offer to start the season being rejected by the MLBPA. 

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CRUZ GOT A CANNON

 

CHAMPS KEEP WINNING

 

WATCH OUT, DIAZ GOT THIS

 

HARRISON HAS RANGE

 

WHAT A GAME BY THE ROOK

 

LARNACH LAYS OUT IN LEFT

 

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1ST NATIONALS # RETIRED

 

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PITCHER NEEDS NO GLOVE

 

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NFL: RB Cam Akers, Los Angeles Rams (turns 23)

MLB: OF Josh Naylor, Cleveland Guardians (25)

NFL: OL Josh Jones, Arizona Cardinals (25)

MLB: OF Tyler O’Neill, St. Louis Cardinals (27)

NBA: SG Danny Green, Philadelphia 76ers (35)

MLB: 2B Ian Kinsler, Retired after 2019 (40)

NFL: CB Champ Bailey, Hall of Fame (44)

NFL: QB Kurt Warner, Hall of Fame (51)

NBA: SG Clyde Drexler, Hall of Fame (60)

NBA: SG Pete Maravich, Hall of Fame (75)

MLB: SP Carl Hubbell, Hall of Fame (119)

2017: During the 2017 NBA Draft, the Philadelphia 76ers infamously drafted SG Markelle Fultz No.1 overall while Boston traded away that pick for the No.3 pick to select SF Jayson Tatum. The Chicago Bulls also traded SG Jimmy Butler and the 16th overall pick (Justin Patton) to Minnesota for SG Zach LaVine, PG Kris Dunn, and the 7th overall pick (PF Lauri Markkanen

1994: Houston Rockets defeated the New York Knicks in Game 7 to win their 1st Championship in franchise history behind Hakeem Olajuwon who became the 1st internationally born Finals MVP in NBA history

1994: New York Mets RP John Franco earned his 253rd career save, breaking Dave Righetti’s record for saves by a LHP. He still holds the record at 424 (5th most all-time, 2nd most when he retired)

1990: Atlanta Braves replaced MGR Russ Nixon with future HOF Bobby Cox, who would lead the team to a record 14 consecutive division titles

1987: San Antonio Spurs selected future HOF David Robinson with the 1st overall pick in the NBA Draft, but he would not play until 1989 to fulfill his active duty obligation with the Navy. Chicago drafted SF Scottie Pippen 5th overall and the Pacers took SG Reggie Miller with the 11th overall pick

1987: Boston Red Sox SP Tom Seaver retired after 20 years with a career record of 311-205, a 2.86 ERA, and 3,640 strikeouts as a 1st ballot Hall of Famer who remains the Mets all-time leader in numerous categories including Wins (198), Ks (2,541), and IP (3,045.2)

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