September 26, 2022 in sports features Monday Night Football to cap off Week 3 between Micah Parsons‘ Cowboys and Saquon Barkley‘s Giants as NYG look to continue their surprising undefeated season. MLB’s four-game Monday schedule includes Aaron Judge going for the HR record as his Yankees play a huge matchup vs. Bo Bichette‘s Blue Jays, Ronald Acuna‘s Braves beginning a crucial series vs. DC as they keep pace in the NL-East race, and Boston hosting Baltimore. NBA’s veteran players can report to their teams with camps starting Tuesday.

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

– September 26, 2021: Justin Tucker‘s record GW-FG vs. Lions, Rams beat the Bucs, Chargers upset Chiefs, and more!

– September 26, 2020: LeBron led the Los Angeles Lakers back to the NBA Finals, MLB’s wild final weekend, and more!

– September 26, 2019: Craig James‘ game-saving INT, Jordan Howard‘s 3-TD game, HR robbery action in DC, and more!

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ASTROS WILD WIN VS. O’S

 

BADER GOT THE GLOVE IN NY

 

MACHINE ENTERS 700-CLUB

 

INSANE CATCH BY PICKENS

 

YANKS WALK-OFF RED SOX

 

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NFL: CB Jerry Jacobs, Detroit Lions (turns 25)

NBA: SG Shake Milton, Philadelphia 76ers (26)

NFL: DE John Franklin-Myers, New York Jets (26)

MLB: RP Albert Abreu, New York Yankees (27)

NFL: CB Byron Jones, Miami Dolphins (30)

MLB: SP Chris Archer, Minnesota Twins (34)

MLB: RP Sean Doolittle, Washington Nationals (36)

2016: A day after Jose Fernandez’s tragic death, the Miami Marlins all wore his jersey and Dee Gordon hit an iconic HR to lead off the game 

2012: The NFL and NFL Referees Association reached an agreement to officially end to the NFL referee lockout and replace the “replacement officials”

1981: Houston Astros SP Nolan Ryan set an MLB record by throwing his 5th career no-hitter, surpassing Sandy Koufax‘s mark of 4. Ryan ended his career with 7 no-hitters which still stands as the MLB record

1973: A year after retiring from the Lakers and the NBA, future HOF C Wilt Chamberlain signed with the ABA’s San Diego Conquistadors as a player-coach in a comeback attempt that never led to a game being played

1967: After a falling out with Cleveland ownership, founder and namesake Paul Brown was granted an AFL expansion franchise in Cincinnati, Ohio (Bengals)

1962: Los Angeles Dodgers SS Maury Wills became the 1st player to record 100 Stolen Bases during a season in MLB history 

1961: New York Yankees OF Roger Maris tied Babe Ruth’s single-season HR record from 1927 with his 60th HR. Maris would break Ruth’s record less than a week later and held the top spot in MLB history until the famous 1998 HR chase

1954: Philadelphia Athletics defeated the New York Yankees 8-6 in what would be their final game in Philadelphia, as the franchise moved to Kansas City the following season. Yankees C Yogi Berra played his only career game at 3B and OF Mickey Mantle played SS

1920: The very 1st APFA (later re-named to NFL) game took place at Rock Island’s Douglas Park as a crowd of 800 watched the Independents defeat the St. Paul Ideals 48-0

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