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1997: Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson was disqualified from his bout against W.B.A. titleholder Evander Holyfield in Las Vegas for biting and bloodying both of Holyfield’s ears in the third round. The bites left Holyfield howling in pain and resulted in Tyson’s disqualification and permanent banishment from fighting in Nevada.

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1957: Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick removed three Cincinnati Redlegs from the starting lineup of the July 9 All-Star Game at St. Louis after Cincinnati fans stuffed the ballot box. First baseman George Crowe and outfielders Gus Bell and Wally Post were removed and replaced by Stan Musial of the Cardinals, Willie Mays of the New York Giants and Henry Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves.

IUPUI TO JOIN THE HORIZON LEAGUE

IUPUI RELEASE INDIANAPOLIS – The Horizon League Board of Directors has unanimously approved the application for membership from IUPUI to join the Horizon League. IUPUI officially will join the league July 1, 2017, and begin competition during the 2017-18 academic...

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PREVIEW COLLEGE FOOTBALL: THE ACC

          PREVIEW COLLEGE FOOTBALL: THE ACC PREDICTIONS: CONFERENCE PICKS Atlantic Division Florida State…Deondre Francois returns at QB. Clemson…Dexter Lawrence, Christian Wilkins and Clelin Ferrell on DL. Lamar Jackson can win many games by...

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GATORS WINS COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

The Gators are College World Series champions, claiming the first national title in program history with a momentous 6-1 win over LSU on Tuesday night at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Neb. Florida (52-19) swept the best-of-three finals series against the co-SEC...

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS – June 28

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS – June 28 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Boston                 43 – 34 NY Yankees         41 – 34                 -1.0 Tampa Bay          41 – 38                 -3.0 Baltimore            38 – 38                 -4.5 Toronto               36 –...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE-JUNE 28

        MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Tampa Bay 4 Pittsburgh 2 (10) Philadelphia 8 Seattle 2 LA Dodgers 4 LA Angels 0 Baltimore 3 Toronto 1 Boston 9 Minnesota 2 Texas 2 Cleveland 1 Detroit 5 Kansas City 3 Chicago White Sox 4 NY Yankees 3 Oakland 6 Houston...

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2017 BALTIMORE RAVENS FOOTBALL CAPSULE

            2017 BALTIMORE RAVENS FOOTBALL CAPSULE HEAD COACH: John Harbaugh RECORD WITH RAVENS: 85 – 59 CAREER RECORD: 85 – 59 2016 RECORD: 8 – 8 OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Marty Mornhinweg DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Dean Pees STADIUM: M&T...

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FLORIDA LEADS WORLD SERIES 1-0

NCAA RELEASE The Florida Gators are halfway there. Kevin O'Sullivan's team built a 3-0 lead over LSU in the fourth inning and held on from there, doing what it's done so many times this year: win a one-run game. Michael Byrne pitched two outstanding innings to get the...

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2017 NEW YORK JETS FOOTBALL CAPSULE

          2017 NEW YORK JETS FOOTBALL CAPSULE HEAD COACH: Todd Bowles RECORD WITH JETS: 15-17 CAREER RECORD: 17-18 2016 RECORD: 5-11 OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: John Morton DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Kacy Rogers STADIUM: Metlife (82,566) 2017 OFFENSIVE...

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MEN’S TENNIS: CHILE NATIVE SIGNS WITH IU EAST

RICHMOND, Ind. - Pablo Munoz, a Santiago, Chile, native who played this past season at Eastern Florida State College, has signed a letter of intent to play tennis at Indiana University East starting with the 2017-18 school year. Red Wolves coach Erskine Ratchford...

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THIS DAY IN SPORTS JUNE 26, 1921: Stealing St. Andrews

NEW YORK TIMES NEW YORK-A lofty ambition, long cherished but never before achieved, was realized today when Jock Hutchison, the good-natured, always-smiling, happy-go-lucky Scot, professional at the Glen View Golf Club, Chicago, and a member of the American...

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LSU VS. FLORIDA SET FOR CHAMPIONSHIP

NCAA RELEASE LSU punched their ticket to the College World Series Finals on Saturday afternoon with a big 6-1 win over top-seeded Oregon State. LSU junior Michael Papierski got the Tigers on the board first with a three-run homer. The catcher would later homer again,...

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1958: Mickey Wright, 23, became the first player to win the top two prizes in women’s golf in the same season, defeating Louise Suggs in the United States Open at Pontiac, Mich., after beating Fay Crocker in the L.P.G.A. championship at Penn Hills, Pa., three weeks before. Meg Mallon of the United States (1991) and Se Ri Pak of South Korea (1998) also won both titles in one year.

2017 NFL PRE-SEASON SCHEDULE

— Week 1 (Aug. 10-14)

Atlanta Falcons at Miami Dolphins

Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams

Denver Broncos at Chicago Bears

Detroit Lions at Indianapolis Colts

Houston Texans at Carolina Panthers

Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots

Minnesota Vikings at Buffalo Bills

New Orleans Saints at Cleveland Browns

Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals

Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers

Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants

San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs

Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Chargers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Cincinnati Bengals

Tennessee Titans at New York Jets

Washington Redskins at Baltimore Ravens

 

— Week 2 (Aug. 17-21)

Atlanta Falcons at Pittsburgh Steelers

Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins

Buffalo Bills at Philadelphia Eagles

Carolina Panthers at Tennessee Titans

Chicago Bears at Arizona Cardinals

Denver Broncos at San Francisco 49ers

Green Bay Packers at Washington Redskins

Indianapolis Colts at Dallas Cowboys

Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals

Los Angeles Rams at Oakland Raiders

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks

New England Patriots at Houston Texans

New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers

New York Giants at Cleveland Browns

New York Jets at Detroit Lions

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars

 

— Week 3: Aug. 24-27

Arizona Cardinals at Atlanta Falcons

Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens

Carolina Panthers at Jacksonville Jaguars

Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins

Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Green Bay Packers at Denver Broncos

Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints

Indianapolis Colts at Pittsburgh Steelers

Kansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks

Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams

Miami Dolphins at Philadelphia Eagles

New England Patriots at Detroit Lions

New York Jets at New York Giants

Oakland Raiders at Dallas Cowboys

San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings

 

— Week 4 (Aug. 31-Sept. 1)

Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos

Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints

Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts

Cleveland Browns at Chicago Bears

Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans

Detroit Lions at Buffalo Bills

Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons

Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers

Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers

Miami Dolphins at Minnesota Vikings

New York Giants at New England Patriots

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets

Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers

Seattle Seahawks at Oakland Raiders

Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs

Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

NFL preseason national TV schedule

— Hall of Fame Game (Canton, Ohio)

Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona Cardinals (NBC, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 3

 

— Preseason Week 2 (August 17-21)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars (ESPN, 8 p.m.), Thursday, Aug. 17

New York Giants at Cleveland Browns (ESPN, 8 p.m.) Monday, Aug. 21

 

— Preseason Week 3 (August 24-27)

Kansas City Chiefs at Seattle Seahawks (CBS, 8 p.m.) Friday, Aug. 25

Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams (CBS, 8 p.m.) Saturday, Aug. 26

 

Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans (FOX, 1 p.m.) Sunday, Aug. 27

Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Redskins (FOX, 4:30 p.m.) Sunday, Aug. 27

San Francisco 49ers at Minnesota Vikings (NBC, 8 p.m.) Sunday, Aug. 27

CINCINNATI REDS JULY SCHEDULE (All games on 700 WLW)

July 1 Chicago Cubs 4:10

July 2 Chicago Cubs 1:10

July 3 at Colorado 8:10

July 4 at Colorado 8:10

July 5 at Colorado 8:40

July 6 at Colorado 3:10

July 7 at Arizona 9:40

July 8 at Arizona 10:10

July 9 at Arizona 4:10

July 14 Washington 7:10

July 15 Washington 7:10

July 16 Washington 1:10

July 17 Washington 12:35

July 18 Arizona 7:10

July 19 Arizona 7:10

July 20 Arizona 12:35

July 21 Miami 7:10

July 22 Miami 7:10

July 23 Miami 1:10

July 24 at Cleveland 7:10

July 25 at NY Yankees 7:05

July 26 at NY Yankees 1:05

July 27 at Miami 7:10

July 28 at Miami 7:10

July 29 at Miami 7:10

July 30 at Miami 1:10

 

JUNE 28

  • 1887 – Philadelphia Phillies make most lopsided shut-out, beating Indianapolis 24-0.
  • 1892 – Philadelphia Phillies tie club record of 16 straight victories.
  • 1919 – Carl Mazes pitches a complete double-header against New York Yankees.
  • 1923 – Brooklyn Dodgers lose 7-0 lead, as Philadelphia Phillies score 8 in bottom of 9th.
  • 1939 – New York Yankees hit 13 home runs, sweep Philadelphia Athletics 23-2 and 10-0.
  • 1961 – Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants set then record longest night game (5:11) 7-7 15-inning tie.
  • 1971 – Philadelphia Phillies’ Rick Wise hits two home runs and no-hits Cincinnati Reds.
  • 1973 – Lawsuit in Detroit, Michigan, challenges Little League’s “no girls” rule.
  • 1975 – Golfer Lee Trevino is struck by lightning at Western Open (Illinois).
  • 1987 – Don Baylor sets career hit-by-pitch mark at 244 (Pitcher Rick Rhoden).
  • 1988 – Mike Tyson sues to break contract with manager Bill Cayton.
  • 2009 – Brazil wins the FIFA Confederations Cup final, defeating the USA 3-2 in South Africa.

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Tampa Bay 4 Pittsburgh 2 (10)

Philadelphia 8 Seattle 2

LA Dodgers 4 LA Angels 0

Baltimore 3 Toronto 1

Boston 9 Minnesota 2

Texas 2 Cleveland 1

Detroit 5 Kansas City 3

Chicago White Sox 4 NY Yankees 3

Oakland 6 Houston 4

Washington 6 Chicago Cubs 1

Cincinnati 8 Milwaukee 6

Miami 6 NY Mets 3

Arizona 6 St. Louis 5 (10)

Atlanta 3 San Diego 0

San Francisco 4 Colorado 3 (14)

MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

Durham 8 Indianapolis 0

Fort Wayne 11 South Bend 10

West Michigan 3 Dayton 2 (12)

COLLEGE BASEBALL-WORLD SERIES

Florida 6 LSU 1 (Florida wins World Series 2-0)

WNBA

Washington 100 Seattle 70

2017 COLTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE  

Sept. 10: at L.A. Rams, 4:05 p.m., CBS

Sept. 17: Arizona, 1 p.m., FOX

Sunday, Sept. 24: Cleveland, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Oct. 1: at Seattle, 8:30 p.m., NBC

Sunday, Oct. 8: San Francisco, 1 p.m., FOX

Monday, Oct. 16: at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m., ESPN

Sunday, Oct. 22: Jacksonville, 1 p.m. CBS

Sunday, Oct. 29: at Cincinnati, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 5: at Houston, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 12: Pittsburgh, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 19: Bye

Sunday, Nov. 26: Tennessee, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Dec. 3: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Dec. 10: at Buffalo, 1 p.m., CBS

Thursday, Dec. 14: Denver, 8:25 p.m., NBC/NFLN

Saturday, Dec. 23: at Baltimore, 4:30 p.m., NFLN

Sunday, Dec. 31: Houston, 1 p.m. CBS

 

2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Sunday, Sept. 10: Baltimore, 1 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 14: Houston, 8:25 p.m. (NFLN)

Sunday, Sept. 24: at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 1: at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 8: Buffalo, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 15: BYE

Sunday, Oct. 22: at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 29: Indianapolis, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 5: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 12: at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 19: at Denver, 4:25 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 26: Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 4: Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Sunday, Dec. 10: Chicago, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 17: at Minnesota, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 24: Detroit, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 31: at Baltimore, 1 p.m.

JUNE 28

  • 1886 Joe Cox, cricketer (South African pace bowler in 1913-14 series v England)
  • 1888 George Challenor, cricketer (pioneering West Indian batsman)
  • 1902 Pierre Brunet, France, figure skater pair (Olympic-gold-1928, 32)
  • 1914 Charles Urbanus, Dutch baseball player
  • 1917 Katherine Rawls, American swimming champion (d. 1982)
  • 1923 Lloyd Labeach, Panama City, 100m/200m runner (Olympic-bronze-1948)
  • 1923 Adolfo Schwelm Cruz, Argentine racing driver
  • 1925 Anne Mackenzie, South African long distance athlete
  • 1928 Peter Heine, cricketer (solid South African fast bowler in 1950’s)
  • 1931 Junior Johnson, American NASCAR driver
  • 1931 Lucien Victor, Belgian cyclist (d. 1995)
  • 1934 Roy Gilchrist, cricketer (volatile WI fast bowler of late 50s)
  • 1937 George Knudson, Canadian golfer (d. 1989)
  • 1937 Ron Luciano, American baseball umpire (d. 1995)
  • 1941 Al Downing, American baseball player
  • 1942 Sjoukje Dijkstra, Holland, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1964)
  • 1949 Don Baylor, Tx, baseball player (Rockies, 1979 AL RBI leader, 267 HBP)
  • 1950 Ken Arthur, Australian softball asst coach (Olympics-bronze-96)
  • 1952 Pietro Mennea, Italian runner (200m world record), (d. 2013)
  • 1955 Mitch Addock, Macon MS, Nike golfer (1992 BC Open-11th)
  • 1955 Nikolai Simyatov, USSR, nordic skier (Olympic-3 golds-1976)
  • 1955 Eric Gates, English footballer
  • 1957 Mike Skinner, American racecar driver
  • 1958 Sergei Shakrai, USSR, figure skater (Olympic-silver-1980)
  • 1961 Jay Schroeder, NFL quarterback (Wash Redskins, LA Raiders), born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 1961 Jeff Malone, NBA guard (Washington Bullets, Miami Heat), born in Mobile, Alabama
  • 1962 Anisoara Stanciu-Cusmir, Romanian long jumper (Olympic-gold-1984), born in Brăila, Romania
  • 1963 Allen Pitts, CFL slot back (Calgary Stampeders)
  • 1964 Bryan Barker, NFL punter (Jacksonville Jaguars), born in Jacksonville Beach, Florida
  • 1964 Stephanie Maynor, Chester England, golfer (1995 PING Welch’s-13th)
  • 1964 Susan Mascarin, American tennis player, born in Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan
  • 1965 Michele Timms, WNBA guard (Phoenix Mercury, Olympics-1988, 96)
  • 1966 Andrew Lang, NBA center (Minnesota Timberwolves, Milwaukee Bucks)
  • 1966 Mike Bellamy, WLAF receiver (Frankfurt Galaxy), born in New York, New York
  • 1967 Anthony Smith, NFL defensive end (Oakland Raiders)
  • 1967 Matt Karchner, pitcher (Chicago White Sox), born in Berwick, Pennsylvania
  • 1970 Mushtaq Ahmed, cricketer (prodigious Pakistani leggie 1990-)
  • 1971 Bobby Hurley, NBA guard (Sacramento Kings), born in Jersey City, New Jersey
  • 1971 Gary Downs, NFL running back (Denver Broncos), born in New Bern, North Carolina
  • 1971 Greg Evans, NFL/WLAF safety (Buffalo Bills, Frankfurt Galaxy)
  • 1971 Greg Keagle, pitcher (Detroit Tigers), born in Corning, New York
  • 1971 Jeff Cothran, NFL fullback (Cin Bengals), born in Middletown, Ohio
  • 1971 Kenny Cunningham, Irish footballer, born in Limón, Costa Rica
  • 1971 Ron Mahay, American baseball player, born in Crestwood, Illinois
  • 1972 Arie van de Padt, Dutch soccer player (Tonegido, Sparta)
  • 1972 Eric Johnson, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)
  • 1972 Jerry Colquitt, WLAF quarterback (Frankfurt Galaxy)
  • 1972 Kelly Wiltshire, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)
  • 1972 Marvin Jones, American NFL linebacker (NY Jets), born in Miami, Florida
  • 1972 Ryan Fujita, hockey forward (Team Japan 1998)
  • 1973 Alberto Berastegui, Spanish tennis player, born in Bilbao, Spain
  • 1973 Brian Maisonneuve, soccer midfielder (Olympics-gold-96), born in Detroit, Michigan
  • 1973 Adrian Annus, Hungarian athlete, born in Szeged, Hungary
  • 1974 Atilla Buday, Canadian canoeist (Olympics-96), born in Budapest, Hungary
  • 1974 Josh[ua] Crosby, Manchester Mass, rower (Olympics-1996)
  • 1974 Karim Abdul-Jabaar, running back (Miami Dolphins)
  • 1974 Rob Dyrdek, Professional skateboarder
  • 1975 Chad Green, Dunkirk NY, baseball outfielder (Olympics-bronze-96)
  • 1976 Shinobu Asagoe, Japanese tennis player
  • 1976 Seth Wescott, American snowboarder
  • 1977 Lindsay Lee, tennis star (1995 Futures-Woodlands TX), born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 1977 Chris Spurling, American baseball player
  • 1979 Randy McMichael, American football player
  • 1985 Phil Bardsley, English football player