June 24th, 2022 features an MLB Friday with 15 games on the docket highlighted by Luis Severino‘s Yankees facing Justin Verlander‘s Astros after Aaron Judge‘s double sealed a four-run comeback for NYY. A 2021 NLCS rematch starts as Trea Turner‘s Dodgers battle Ronald Acuna‘s Braves, Alek Monoah continues his Cy Young campaign in TOR’s inter-league clash with MIL, while Philly plays San Diego. The basketball world transitions to free agency after a star-studded NBA Draft, plus NFL teams figure out roster questions as camps conclude. 

See what happened in sports on June 24th last year, headlined by the Cubs tossing a combined no-hitter against reigning champion LAD, the Clippers cutting their series deficit to 2-1 with a victory vs. Phoenix as CP3 and Booker struggled, plus Tampa Bay walked off BOS to take over first place after Boston’s no-hit bid ended in the eighth inning well as what happened in sports on June 24th, 2020 ft. MLB ending their transaction freeze in preparation for a July 24th return and Cardinals RP John Brebbia undergoing Tommy John surgery. 

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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YANKS DON’T LOSE IN NYC

 

CRUZ CAN FIELD TOO

 

HAYS LAYS OUT FOR CATCH

 

CHAVIS PUT PIT ON HIS BACK

 

OHTANI IS UNREAL

 

TAYLOR TAKING AWAY HITS

 

GUARDIANS COMEBACK

 

CHAMPS COMEBACK

 

HAYS CYCLE IN BALTIMORE

 

SMITH HAS SUPER WHEELS

 

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MLB: 3B Christopher Morel, Chicago Cubs (turns 23)

NFL: CB Nate Hobbs, Las Vegas Raiders (23)

NFL: DE Bradley Chubb, Denver Broncos (26)

NBA: SF Luke Kennard, Los Angeles Clippers (26)

NFL: WR Adam Humphries, Free Agent (29)

NFL: OLB Devon Kennard, Arizona Cardinals (31)

NBA: PF Taj Gibson, New York Knicks (37)

NBA: SG J.J. Redick, Retired after 2021 (38)

NBA: PG Sam Jones, Hall of Fame (89)

2019: Lou Williams tied Jamal Crawford for the most 6th Man of the Year awards ever while Giannis Antetokounmpo won his first MVP award 

2010: Washington Wizards selected PG John Wall with the #1 overall pick as the 1st time 1 school had 5 1st Rd picks — C Demarcus Cousins (5th), PF Patrick Patterson (14th), SG Eric Bledsoe (18th), and PF Daniel Orton (29th); Wall and Cousins, along with SF Gordon Hayward (9th) and SF Paul George (10th), would all quickly become All-Stars

2004: Orlando Magic selected C Dwight Howard, who decided to forgo college basketball, with the 1st overall pick exactly 12 years after selecting Shaquille O’Neal at #1

1998: Although the NBA Draft featured future HOF’s PF Dirk Nowitzki (9th), SF Paul Pierce (10th), and SG Vince Carter (5th), the Clippers infamously selected C Michael Olowokandi at #1 overall (2.5 Win Shares over 9 years)

1992: LSU C Shaquille O’Neal, the clear-cut #1 overall pick, was selected by the Orlando Magic in the franchise’s 4th year of existence

1989: St. Louis Cardinals OF Vince Coleman set a new MLB record when he stole his 39th and 40th consecutive base without being caught. Coleman extended his streak to 50 straight SB without being caught which stands as the record today

1979: Oakland Athletics OF Rickey Henderson made his MLB debut, stealing the 1st of his record-setting 1,406 career SB

1947: Jackie Robinson memorably stole home for the 1st of 19 times in his illustrious career in a victory over the Pirates, representing the 1st Stolen Base of his entire MLB career

1922: The American Professional Football Association officially changed its name to the National Football League (NFL) after forming 2 years beforehand in 1920

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