October 2, 2022 in sports features an exciting 14-game NFL Week 4 Sunday slate including Patrick Mahomes‘ Chiefs taking on Tom Brady‘s Buccaneers on SNF in a 2020 Super Bowl rematch. Justin Jefferson‘s Vikings travel to London for a matchup against Alvin Kamara‘s Saints, Josh Allen‘s Bills battle Lamar Jackson‘s Ravens for AFC supremacy, and Bill Belichick’s Patriots visit Aaron Rodgers‘ Packers without Mac Jones. MLB’s 15-game schedule showcases NYM vs. ATL, BAL vs. NYY, and TB vs. HOU, while several NBA teams begin preseason action.

See what happened in sports on this day in recent years:

– October 2, 2021: Blue Jays made franchise season HR history, Giants set the pinch-hit HR record, and more!

– October 2, 2020: Lakers took a 2-0 NBA Finals lead, Padres’ 1st Playoff win of the 21st century, and more!

– October 2, 2019: Morton made MLB history, Diaz‘s 2 HRs, the top 25 NFL plays from September, and more!

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STORYBOOK IN SEATTLE

 

CARDINALS CRAZY CATCHES

 

BIG WIN FOR BREWERS

 

BIG DUNKS IN JAPAN

 

#1 PROSPECT IS MLB BOUND

 

HIGGINS & HILL BIG PLAYS

 

TUA THREADED THE NEEDLE

 

OHTANI RACKS UP KS

 

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MLB: SP Kyle Wright, Atlanta Braves (turns 27)

MLB: SP Lance McCullers Jr., Houston Astros (29)

MLB: OF Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees (33)

NBA: SG Joe Ingles, Milwaukee Bucks (35)

NBA: C Tyson Chandler, Retired after 2020 (40)

2016: Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones set a franchise record with 300 REC YDS as the Falcons beat the Carolina Panthers 48-33 during their high-scoring 11-5 season that ended in a 28-3 blown lead during the Super Bowl to New England

2011: Carolina Panthers WR Steve Smith passed Muhsin Muhammed for the most career REC YDS (9,255) in franchise history en route to his 5th and final Pro Bowl appearance. Smith played 13 of his 16 seasons with the Panthers and recorded 12,197 REC YDS which still stands as the franchise record today

2005: In the NFL’s very 1st regular season game held outside of the U.S., the Arizona Cardinals defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Mexico City

2004: Houston Astros 2B Jeff Kent became the all-time HR leader among 2nd Basemen with the 302nd of his career. Kent’s 354 HR still stand as the most ever by a MLB 2nd Baseman

2001: Chicago Cubs OF Sammy Sosa became the 1st player to record 60+ HRs during 3 separate seasons in MLB history 

1995: Chicago Bulls acquired PF Dennis Rodman from the San Antonio Spurs, sparking another 3-year championship run

1994: In the very 1st meeting between father-son head coaches, the Miami Dolphins and HOF HC Don Shula defeated his son David in a 23-7 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals

1983: Green Bay Packers set an NFL record with 49 points in the 1st half (35 in the 2nd Qtr) for a 55-14 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1968: St. Louis Cardinals SP Bob Gibson broke Sandy Koufax’s World Series and postseason record with 17 strikeouts during a Game 1 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Gibson’s 17 Ks still stand as the MLB Postseason & World Series record

1965: Los Angeles Dodgers SP Sandy Koufax set a MLB World Series record with 15 strikeouts during a Game 1 victory over the New York Yankees

1950: Chicago Cardinals TE Bob Shaw set an NFL record with 5 REC TD during 1 game against the Baltimore Colts. It has since been tied 2x but never surpassed

1932: Boston Braves (now the Washington Commanders) played their very 1st NFL game against the Brooklyn Dodgers

1920: The last triple-header in MLB history took place as the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates played 3 games in a single day

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