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APRIL 1….EARLHAM BASEBALL VS. FRANKLIN…12:00PM AND 4:00PM
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APRIL 15….RICHMOND BASEBALL VS. NEW CASTLE 11:00AM AND 1:30PM
APRIL 19…RICHMOND BASEBALL VS. ANDERSON…6:00PM
APRIL 25….EARLHAM BASEBALL VS. BLUFFTON…4:15PM
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In 1981, Rollie Fingers of the Milwaukee Brewers became the first relief pitcher to win the American League most valuable player award. He also won the Cy Young Award that same year. Relief pitcher Jim Konstanty of Philadelphia won the 1950 National League MVP award.
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1939: The first N.C.A.A. championship game, overshadowed by that of the National Invitation Tournament, was played at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill., as Oregon defeated Ohio State, 46‚33. The N.C.A.A. tournament gained wider popularity than the N.I.T. in the mid-1950’s.
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1893: The Stanley Cup, a silver bowl that cost its owner 10 guineas ($50), was donated as an annual award for Canada’s amateur hockey champions by Frederick Arthur, Lord Stanley of Preston. However, the pro National Hockey Association, forerunner of the N.H.L., took possession of the Cup in 1910 as the symbol of true hockey supremacy.
2017 RICHMOND BASEBALL SCHEDULE
March 28….vs. Hagerstown
March 31….vs. Greenfield Central
April 1….vs. Franklin County
April 4….vs. Connersville
April 6….@ Yorktown
April 8….@ Marion
April 11….@ Muncie Central
April 12….vs. Muncie Central
April 15….vs. New Castle
April 18….@ Anderson
April 19….vs. Anderson
April 22….@ Northview
April 25….@ Indy Tech
April 26….vs. Indy Tech
April 27….vs. Lincoln
May 1….@ Shenandoah
May 4….@ Union County
May 6….NCC Tournament
May 10….vs. Monroe Central
May 13….NCC Tournament
May 15….@ Pendleton Heights
May 19….Hausteter Classic
May 20….Hausteter Classic
CINCINNATI REDS APRIL/MAY SCHEDULE (All games on 700 WLW)
Tuesday, April 3 vs. Philadelphia 4:10
Wednesday, April 5 vs. Philadelphia 7:10
Thursday, April 6 vs. Philadelphia 12:35
Friday, April 7 at St. Louis 8:15
Saturday, April 8 at St. Louis 2:15
Sunday, April 9 at St. Louis 2:15
Monday, April 10 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Tuesday, April 11 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Wednesday, April 12 at Pittsburgh 7:05
Thursday, April 13 vs. Milwaukee 7:10
Friday, April 14 vs. Milwaukee 7:10
Saturday, April 15 vs. Milwaukee 1:10
Sunday, April 16 vs. Milwaukee 1:10
Tuesday, April 18 vs. Baltimore 7:10
Wednesday, April 19 vs. Baltimore 7:10
Thursday, April 20 vs. Baltimore 7:10
Friday, April 21 vs. Chicago Cubs 7:10
Saturday, April 22 vs. Chicago Cubs 1:10
Sunday, April 23 vs. Chicago Cubs 1:10
Monday, April 24 at Milwaukee 7:40
Tuesday, April 25 at Milwaukee 7:40
Wednesday, April 26 at Milwaukee 1:40
Friday, April 28 at St. Louis 8:15
Saturday, April 29 at St. Louis 2:15
Sunday, April 30 at St. Louis 2:15
Monday, May 1 vs. Pittsburgh 7:10
Tuesday, May 2 vs. Pittsburgh 7:10
Wednesday, May 3 vs. Pittsburgh 7:10
Thursday, May 4 vs. Pittsburgh 12:35
Friday, May 5 vs. San Francisco 6:40
Saturday, May 6 vs. San Francisco 7:10
Sunday, May 7 vs. San Francisco 4:10
Monday, May 8 vs. New York Yankees 7:10
Tuesday, May 9 vs. New York Yankees 7:10
Tuesday, May 11 at San Francisco 10:15
Friday, May 12 at San Francisco 10:15
Saturday, May 13 at San Francisco 4:05
Sunday, May 14 at San Francisco 4:05
Tuesday, May 16 at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Wednesday a 17th at Chicago Cubs 8:05
Thursday, May 18 at Chicago Cubs 2:20
Friday, May 18 vs. Colorado 7:10
Saturday, May 20 vs. Colorado 4:10
Sunday, May 21 vs. Colorado 1:10
Monday, May 22 vs. Cleveland 7:10
Tuesday, May 23 vs. Cleveland 7:10
Wednesday, May 24 at Cleveland 6:10
Thursday, May 25 at Cleveland 6:10
Friday, May 26 at Philadelphia 7:05
Saturday, May 27 at Philadelphia 4:05
Sunday, May 28 at Philadelphia 1:35
Monday, May 29 at Toronto 7:07
Monday, May 29 at Toronto 7:07
Tuesday, May 30 at Toronto 7:07
Wednesday, May 31 at Toronto 12:37
- 1871 – First international rugby game-Scotland 1, England 0.
- 1879 – Longest championship fight takes place (136 rounds).
- 1928 – US Ladies Figure Skating Championship won by Maribel Vinson.
- 1928 – US Men’s Figure Skating Championship won by Roger Turner.
- 1931 – John McGraw says night baseball will not catch on.
- 1939 – First NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: University of Oregon beats Ohio State 46-33.
- 1942 – Joe Louis knocks out Abe Simon in six to retain heavyweight boxing title (New York City, New York).
- 1945 – 7th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Oklahoma State beats NYU 49-44.
- 1945 – DePaul beats Bowling Green for NIT title.
- 1951 – 13th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Kansas 68-58.
- 1960 – Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Royal Crown Golf Open.
- 1962 – Jacques Plante ties record winning 6th NHL Vezina trophy.
- 1966 – Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Louise Suggs Delray Beach Golf Invitational.
- 1971 – 33rd NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Villanova 68-62; this is UCLA’s 5th consecutive NCAA basketball title.
- 1972 – Adolph Rupp retires after 42 years of coaching University of Kentucky.
- 1973 – Dennis Amiss out for 99 versus Pakistan, third 99 in Test Cricket.
- 1976 – Delta States beat Immaculata, 69-64, for AIWA basketball title.
- 1977 – Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Kathryn Crosby/Honda Civic Golf Classic.
- 1978 – 40th NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Duke 94-88.
- 1982 – Randy Holt sets Washington Capitals’ record of 34 penalty minutes.
- 1982 – Imran takes 14-116 for cricket match versus Sri Lanka at Lahore.
- 1983 – Larry Holmes beats Lucien Rodriguez in 12 rounds for heavyweight boxing title.
- 1988 – Ok-Hee Ku wins Standard Register Turquoise Classic Golf Tournament.
- 1988 – World Ice Dance Championship in Budapest won by Bestemianova and Bukin (USSR).
- 1988 – World Ice Pairs Figure Skating Championship in Budapest won by E Valova and O Vasiliev (USSR).
- 1988 – World Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Budapest won by Katarina Witt (German Democratic Republic).
- 1988 – World Men’s Figure Skating Championship in Budapest won by Brian Boitano (USA).
- 1989 – Delhi beats Bengal by innings and 210 to win Cricket’s Ranji Trophy.
- 1989 – Sports Illustrated magazine exposes baseball player Pete Rose’s gambling activities. The article alleges ‘Charlie Hustle’ bet from the Riverfront dugout using hand gestures with an associate.
- 1990 – New South Wales beats Queensland by 345 runs to win Sheffield Shield Final.
- 1991 – NCAA bans University of Minnesota football team from postseason play in 1992.
- 1991 – Scotty Bowman and Neil Armstrong elected to NHL Hall of Fame.
- 1994 – 23rd Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Donna Andrews.
- 1994 – World Ice Dance Championship in Chiba Japan won by Gritschuk and Platov (Russia).
- 1994 – World Ice Pairs Figure Skating Championship in Chiba won by Shishkova/Vadim Naumov (Russia).
- 1994 – World Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Chiba won by Yuka Sato (Japan).
- 1994 – World Men’s Figure Skating Championship in Chiba won by Elvis Stojko (Canada).
- 2009 – The International Olympic Committee decides to eliminate international torch relays ahead of future Olympic Games, due to protests held during previous Olympic torch relays.
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NCAA MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
South Carolina 77 Florida 70
North Carolina 75 Kentucky 73
NCAA WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Stanford 76 Notre Dame 75
Mississippi State 94 Baylor 85 OT
Brooklyn 107 Atlanta 92
Charlotte 120 Phoenix 106
Houston 137 Oklahoma City 125
Sacramento 98 LA Clippers 97
Chicago 109 Milwaukee 94
Boston 112 Miami 108
Indiana 107 Philadelphia 94
New Orleans 115 Denver 90
Golden State 106 Memphis 94
Portland 97 LA Lakers 81
Detroit 3 Minnesota 2
Dallas 2 New Jersey 1
Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 2
Winnipeg 2 Vancouver 1
Anaheim 6 NY Rangers 3
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL – SPRING TRAINING
Chicago White Sox 4 San Francisco 3
Oakland 11 Milwaukee 1
Texas 3 LA Dodgers 2
Seattle 7 Cincinnati 6
San Diego 9 Chicago Cubs 4
Chicago Cubs 22 Cincinnati 4
Kansas City 8 LA Angels 7
Colorado 4 San Diego 1
Cleveland 6 Arizona 5
Toronto 4 Detroit 3
Boston 7 Minnesota 2
NY Yankees 7 Tampa Bay 4
Houston 5 Washington 1
Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 3
St. Louis 3 Miami 0
Baltimore 2 Toronto 1
NY Mets 8 Atlanta 2
UPCOMING PACERS SCHEDULE
Tuesday March 28 vs. Minnesota 7:00
Wednesday March 29 at Memphis 8:00
Friday March 31 at Toronto 7:00
Sunday April 2 at Cleveland 6:00
Tuesday April 4 vs. Toronto 7:00
Thursday April 6 vs. Milwaukee 7:00
Saturday April 8 at Orlando 6:00
Monday April 10 at Philadelphia 7:00
Wednesday April 12 vs. Atlanta 8:00
- 1859 – Birth of George Giffen; cricket player (one of Australia’s greatest all-rounders).
- 1903 – Birth of Walt Kiesling; NFL guard/coach (Hall of Fame).
- 1910 – Birth of Rudi Ball in Germany; Jewish ice hockey star (Olympics-bronze-1932).
- 1932 – Birth of Wes Covington; baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies).
- 1940 – Birth of Cale Yarborough; auto racer (Won Daytona 500 four times-1968, 1977, 1983, 1984).
- 1941 – Birth of Liese Prokop in Austria; pentathlete (Olympics-silver-1968).
- 1951 – Birth of Bobby Lalonde; NHL player (Boston Bruins).
- 1953 – Birth of Annemarie Moser-Pröll in Austria; downhill skier (Olympics-gold-1980).
- 1956 – Birth of Brian Kelly; Canadian Football League wide receiver (Edmonton Eskimos).
- 1956 – Birth of Thomas Wassberg in Sweden, 15km/50km cross country skier (Olympics-gold-1980).
- 1957 – Birth of Duncan Goodhew in England; 100 metre breast stroke swimmer (Olympics-Gold-1980).
- 1958 – Birth of Bart Connor; gymnast/sportscaster (Olympics-gold-1984).
- 1960 – Birth of Steve Jarvin; Australian soling yachter (Olympics-1996).
- 1963 – Birth of Ed Pinckney; NBA forward (Philadelphia 76ers).
- 1963 – Birth of Randall Cunningham; NFL quarterback (Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings).
- 1963 – Birth of Todd Graves in Laurel, Mississippi, USA; skeet (Olympics-1992, 1996).
- 1966 – Birth of Kate Donahoo in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; American judoka (Olympics-1992).
- 1967 – Birth of Jaime Navarro in Bayamon Puerto Rico; pitcher (Chicago Cubs).
- 1967 – Birth of Tom Hammonds; NBA forward (Minnesota Timberwolves, Denver Nuggets).
- 1968 – Birth of Irina Belova; Russian pentathlete (world record 1992).
- 1969 – Birth of Tom Beer; NFL running back (Detroit Lions).
- 1970 – Birth of Anthony Prior; NFL cornerback/safety (New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings).
- 1970 – Birth of Ed Philion; NFL nose tackle (Buffalo Bills).
- 1972 – Birth of Kirby Dar Dar; wide receiver (Miami Dolphins).
- 1973 – Birth of Serge Tremblay in La Malbaie, Québec, Canada; weightlifter (Olympics-1996).
- 1975 – Birth of B J Gallis; Canadian Football League linebacker (British Columbia Lions).
- 1975 – Birth of Gregory DuBois; hockey defenseman (Team France 1998).
- 1976 – Birth of Danny Fortson; NBA forward (Denver Nuggets).
- 1977 – Birth of Tom van der Leegte; Dutch soccer player (PSV).
- 1981 – Birth of Terry McFlynn; Irish football player.
- 1983 – Birth of Shawntinice Polk; American basketball player (dies 2005).
- 1986 – Birth of Valerie “So Cal Val” Wyndham; American professional wrestling valet.