2020: Atlanta Braves passed the New York Yankees (19) for the most division titles (20) in MLB history since the division format was created in 1969

2019: New England Patriots won their 116th game of the 2010s, the most regular-season wins any team has ever achieved over a decade since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger

2019: In New York Giants QB Daniel Jones’ 1st career start, he mounted an 18-point comeback. Previous long-time starting QB Eli Manning was 0-44 in his Giants career when trailing by 18+ points

1997: Atlanta Braves won the most consecutive division titles (6) in MLB history. Atlanta went on to win the NL East 14 straight seasons (1991-2005 excluding strike-shortened 1994) which still stands as the MLB record

1993: Colorado Rockies played the final game of their inaugural season and finished with an MLB home attendance record (4,483,350 total) that still stands to this day despite owning a 67-95 record

1993: After 27 years in the Majors where he accumulated 773 starts, 5,386 IP, and the all-time record for strikeouts (5,174), Texas Rangers SP Nolan Ryan pitched his final career game at 46 years old (5 ER, no outs)

1969: San Francisco Giants OF Willie Mays joined Babe Ruth as the only MLB players with 600 career Home Runs

1911: At 44 years old, Boston Rustlers SP Cy Young defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates for his 511th and final Major League Win, which could very likely stand as the all-time MLB record forever





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