June 29th, 2022 features a stellar 15-game MLB schedule highlighted by Alek Manoah continuing his breakout campaign as Toronto looks for a sweep over Boston after Vlad Guerrero‘s walk-off single. The ageless wonder Justin Verlander and Houston try to take a fourth straight against Pete Alonso‘s Mets, Atlanta and Philly continue a huge NL-East set, while Shohei Ohtani goes for LAA vs. the White Sox. The Knicks are amongst teams clearing cap space as free agency approaches, plus NFL franchises look to lock up stars after McLaurin re-signed in DC. 

See what happened in sports on June 29th last year, headlined by Atlanta taking ECF Game 4 to even the series vs. Milwaukee despite Trae Young‘s absence after Giannis missed the second half with a rough-looking knee injury and Lou Williams‘ big outing (21 PTS, 8 AST, 7-9 FG) in place of Ice Trae, plus Kyle Schwarber‘s homer streak continued as well as what happened in sports on June 29th, 2020 ft. Ryan Zimmerman and many other MLB players opting out of the 2020 season plus J.R. Smith signing with the Lakers to replace Avery Bradley

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WADE MADE A PLAY AT 3B

 

JUDGE ENDS EXTRA INNINGS

 

DODGERS WILD COMEBACK

 

MULLINS MADE A BIG PLAY

 

MIAMI WALKS OFF THE METS

 

BEST TEAM IN MLB NO-HIT

 

HARDEST HIT ANGELS HR

 

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NBA: PF Michael Porter Jr., Denver Nuggets (turns 24)

MLB: 3B/1B Jose Miranda, Minnesota Twins (26)

MLB: SP Tanner Houck, Boston Red Sox (26)

MLB: 1B Bobby Dalbec, Boston Red Sox (27)

NFL: EDGE Sam Hubbard, Cincinnati Bengals (27)

NFL: EDGE Carl Lawson, New York Jets (27)

NBA: SF Kawhi Leonard, Los Angeles Clippers (31)

NBA: SG/SF Joe Johnson, Free Agent (41)

MLB: 1B Harmon Killebrew, Hall of Fame (86)

2019: New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox became the 1st 2 teams to play a regular-season game on European soil (London) in MLB history and encountered a historic slugfest

2016: Indianapolis Colts made Andrew Luck the highest-paid QB in the NFL with a 5y/$122M extension that included $87M in guarantees. He ended up retiring just 3 years later before the 2019 season at 29 years old

2004: Orlando Magic and Houston Rockets completed a 7-player trade that sent SG Tracy McGrady, SF Juwan Howard, and PG Tyronn Lue to Houston, and PG Steve Francis and SG Cuttino Mobley to Orlando, among others

2004: Arizona Diamondbacks SP Randy Johnson became the 4th pitcher in MLB history to record 4,000 career strikeouts 

1994: After Purdue SF Glenn Robinson Jr. went #1 overall to the Milwaukee Bucks, future Hall-of-Famers Jason Kidd and Grant Hill were selected by the Dallas Mavericks and Detroit Pistons, respectively

1990: Oakland Athletics SP Dave Stewart (vs Toronto) and Los Angeles Dodgers SP Fernando Valenzuela (vs St. Louis) both threw no-hitters within hours of each other representing the only day with multiple no-hitters in MLB history

1984: Montreal Expos 1B Pete Rose surpassed Carl Yastrzemski as the all-time leader in total games played (3,309). Rose finished with 3,562 GP which still stands as the MLB all-time record

1982: Future Hall-of-Famers James Worthy (1st) and Dominique Wilkins (3rd) were both drafted within the top-3 picks

1941: In the 1st game of a doubleheader against the Washington Senators, New York Yankees OF Joe DiMaggio tied George Sisler’s AL record of 41 consecutive games with a hit. He broke the record in the 7th inning of the 2nd game en route to a MLB-record 56-game hitting streak that still stands today

1916: Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds played an entire 9-inning game with just 1 single ball

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