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2021: Milwaukee Brewers threw the 9th no-hitter of the 2021 season that set a new league record with Corbin Burnes (8 IP) and Josh Hader (1 IP) recording the most Ks (16) in a combined no-hitter ever

2020: Cleveland SP Shane Bieber became the fastest pitcher (62.1 IP) to reach 100 Ks during a single season in MLB history, passing 2018 Max Scherzer (63.0 IP) and 2019 Gerrit Cole (65.0 IP) en route to an unanimous AL Cy Young shortened season

2019: MLB set a new record for the most combined HR across the league during a single season with the 6,106th HR of the year

2014: After taking a fastball to the face, Miami Marlins OF Giancarlo Stanton suffered dental damage and multiple facial fractures that would end his season

2011: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton became the 1st player with 400+ PASS YDS (422) during his NFL debut. He would go on to set the NFL record for the most PASS YDS (854) in a player’s 1st 2 GP with 432 YDS in Week 2

2009: New York Yankees SS Derek Jeter became the New York Yankees all-time career Hits leader, passing Lou Gehrig’s longstanding franchise record with his 2,722nd career Hit

2004: San Francisco Giants OF Barry Bonds broke his own record with his 199th walk of the season while becoming the 1st (and only_ player to draw 200 BB during a single season in MLB history 

2001: All sporting events in the MLB were suspended after the 9/11 attacks in New York City and Washington D.C. The MLB didn’t resume until 6 days later on September 17th, 2001

1985: Cincinnati Reds 1B Pete Rose became the MLB’s all-time career Hits leader, passing Ty Cobb with his 4,192nd career Hit

1928: Philadelphia Athletics OF Ty Cobb, MLB’s all-time Hits leader until 1985, made the very last appearance of his career in a loss to the Yankees



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