September 24, 2022 in sports features a thrilling 15-game MLB Saturday slate including Albert Pujols‘ Cardinals colliding with Clayton Kershaw‘s Dodgers after The Machine hit his 700th HR. Matt Olson‘s Braves continue their series against Bryce Harper‘s Phillies, Alek Manoah‘s Blue Jays battle Tampa Bay, Framber Valdez‘s Astros take on BAL, and BOS continues its historic rivalry with NYY as Aaron Judge approaches the HR record. NBA teams in preseason games overseas begin training camps, while NFL squads get ready for Week 2 Sunday. 

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

– September 24, 2021: Cedric Mullins made Orioles history with a 30-30 season, Giants 1st to 100 wins, and more!

– September 24, 2020: Lakers overcame Murray‘s offensive onslaught, Ryan Fitzpatrick‘s perfect TNF, and more!

– September 24, 2019: Nats clinched the playoffs, Ji-Man Choi‘s walk-off to keep playoff hopes alive, and more!

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INSANE CATCH BY PICKENS

 

YANKS WALK-OFF RED SOX

 

GOLDY ENDS IT IN STYLE

 

MOOKIE WALKS IT OFF

 

ROOKIE WAS IMMACULATE

 

TOP PLAYS FROM WEEK 2

 

JOE HADEN WAS ELITE AT CB

 

PHILLIES GET A BIG WIN

 

HISTORIC NIGHT IN NYC

 

DODGERS EPIC COMEBACK

 

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MLB: RP Drew Smith, New York Mets (turns 29)

NFL: LB Vontaze Burfict, Retired after 2019 (32)

NFL: RB Eddie George, Retired after 2004 (49)

MLB: 1B Rafael Palmeiro, Retired after 2005 (58)

NFL: DT “Mean” Joe Greene, Hall of Fame (76)

2012: On Monday Night Football, the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers on a “Fail Mary” where 1 ref ruled it a GW-TD and the other game-ending INT on the simultaneous catch that became the last game for the replacement refs, ending their holdout

2010: Cincinnati Reds RP Aroldis Chapman threw the fastest pitch (105.1 MPH) ever recorded in MLB history. Jordan Hicks tied it in 2018 but nobody has ever surpassed it since

2000: After scoring each of his 2 TDs, San Francisco 49ers WR Terrell Owens memorably ran to the 50-yard line in Dallas and celebrated on the Cowboys Star

1979: Philadelphia Phillies 1B Pete Rose recorded his 200th Hit of the season, breaking Ty Cobb’s record with his 10th career season with 200+ Hits. Ichiro Suzuki later tied Rose with his own 10th MLB season of 200+ Hits during 2010

1972: Hall of Fame QBs Joe Namath and Johnny Unitas combined for a NFL record 872 Passing Yards as the New York Jets beat the Baltimore Colts 44-34. Namath had a career-high 496 PASS YDS and 6 PASS TD himself during the classic duel

1940: Boston Red Sox 1B Jimmie Foxx joined Babe Ruth as just the 2nd player to hit 500 career HR in MLB history 

1934: New York Yankees OF Babe Ruth made his final home appearance at Yankee Stadium, drawing a walk in the 1st inning and promptly leaving for a pinch runner

1920: Continuing to shatter his HR record from the previous season, New York Yankees OF Babe Ruth became the very 1st player to hit 50 HR during a season in MLB history 

1919: Boston Red Sox OF Babe Ruth broke the MLB single-season HR record for the 1st time in his career with his 28th during a loss to the New York Yankees. Ruth broke his own record in each of the next 2 seasons and again in 1927 with 60 that lasted until Roger Maris hit 61 in 1961

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