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1947: The Maynard (Pa.) Midgets won the first National Little League Tournament (later the Little League World Series), beating Lock Haven, Pa., 16‚7, in Williamsport, Pa. Founded in 1939 by Carl Stotz, a Pennsylvanian, Little League baseball grew into a national, then international movement, enriching the lives of countless children and families.
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1982: Rollie Fingers of the Milwaukee Brewers became the first reliever in history to record 300 saves when he pitched the final two innings of a 3‚2 victory over the Seattle Mariners at the Kingdome. The premier closer for the Oakland A’s team that won five division titles and three World Series, he retired in 1985 with 341 saves.
2017 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS FOOTBALL CAPSULE HEAD COACH: Sean Payton RECORD WITH TEAM: 94 – 66 CAREER RECORD: 94 – 66 2016 RECORD: 7 – 9 OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Pete Carmichael Jr. DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR: Dennis Allen STADIUM:...read more
NCC FOOTBALL STANDINGS Lafayette Jeff 0-0 1- 0 Logansport 0-0 1- 0 Marion 0-0 1- 0 Anderson 0-0 ...read more
Adams Central at Eastside 7:00 pm Alexandria at Wabash 7:00...read more
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL – August 21 AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Boston 71 – 52 NY Yankees 66 – 57 -5.0 Tampa Bay 61 – 65 -11.5 Baltimore 60 – 64 -11.5...read more
August 21 Richmond girls golf vs. New Castle Richmond volleyball vs. Delta Northeastern boys tennis at Knightstown Northeastern girls golf vs. Winchester Centerville girls golf – Lincoln Hagerstown boys tennis at Franklin...read more
[ONE // women’s soccer season off to successful start] All 14 Big Ten schools opened their 2017 women’s soccer seasons this past week, and the 24th season of women’s soccer competition stated with success. Big Ten teams combined for a...read more
NFL PRE-SEASON Pittsburgh 17 Atlanta 13 New Orleans 12 LA Chargers 7 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Detroit 6 LA Dodgers 1 Minnesota 12 Arizona 5 Chicago Cubs 6 Toronto 5 (10) Tampa Bay 3 Seattle 0 LA Angels 5 Baltimore 4 Boston 5 NY Yankees 1...read more
NEW YORK TIMES CHICAGO-Walter C. Hagen, 22 years old, native professional of Rochester, N.Y., today displaced Francis Ouimet as open golf champion of America, by winning the tournament at Midlothian with a medal score of 290 for the seventy-two holes. Ouimet fell off...read more
The Red Devils kicked off the first game of the Greenfield Central Cup with a comfortable win over Sheridan. The game featured goals from Denis Herrera, Jack Weber, Hunter Walters, Jonathan Herrera, and Gage...read more
TAIPEI - The USA jumped out to a 26-14 lead after the first quarter, then held off every surge to defeat Argentina 89-76 in the World University Games opening-game in Taipei Arena. Argentina would tie the game at 26 midway through...read more
NEW YORK TIMES LOUISVILLE, Ky.-Facing a courageous challenger who refused to give in, the world's best golfer showed the world just how good he is. Winning his third consecutive major championship today, and winning his second consecutive P.G.A. Championship,...read more
HS BOYS TENNIS Hagerstown 4 Blue River 1 Greensburg 5 Hagerstown 0 Hamilton Heights 3 Northeastern 2 New Castle 5 Northeastern 0 Greensburg 5 Randolph Southern 0 HS VOLLEYBALL Richmond 2 Indy Lighhouse 0 Richmond 2 Kokomo 0 Fishers 2...read more
INDIANAPOLIS (August 19, 2017) – Indy Eleven midfielder and former Mexican National Team star Gerardo Torrado tallies his first two goals for “Indiana’s Team” in Indy’s 3-3 thriller at MCU Park. The “Boys in White” hit the ground running early in the first half after...read more
HUNTINGTON, Ind. - The Indiana University East volleyball team concluded its weekend at the Huntington University Forester Invitational on Aug. 19. The Red Wolves started their day with a 25-16, 25-14, 13-15, 25-21 setback against 33rd-ranked Missouri Valley College....read more
Seton went 3-1 on the day and placed 3rd in the Shenandoah Invite Saturday. Seton had wins over Whiteland (25-16, 25-20), Lincoln (23-25, 25-14, 15-7), and Eastern Hancock (25-22, 23-25, 15-7) but lost to Lapel (22-25, 23-25) Sarah Dickman and Abbey Schmidt were named...read more
MUNCIE, Ind. – Preseason camp is winding down for the Ball State football team and on Saturday morning the Cardinals held their second scrimmage at Scheumann Stadium. The coaching staff focused on communication with the players,...read more
Hagerstown vs Greensburg H lost 0-5 Noah Dale vs Kyle Sellers H lost 2-6 4-6 Derek Davis vs Trevor Foster H lost 2-6 1-6 Caleb Neal vs Brett Stringer H lost 0-6 4-6Alec Shilling and Luke Girdley vs Logan smith And Ben Duerstock H lost 0-6 2-6 Carson Orr and Jayden...read more
Northeastern loses 0-5 to New Castle. Varsity #1 Singles N. Irwin L (1-6, 1-6) vs. W. Thurlow. #2 Singles E. Kenworthy L (3-6, 2-6) vs. R. Huntley. #3 Singles M Whilte L (0-6, 0-6) vs. G. Guffey. #1 Doubles Z.Gulley/Z.Jaykoski L...read more
Centerville varsity took 4th place at the Southport tournament. We won our first match against Tri West 23-25, 25-17, and 15-13. We fell to Southport 25-17, 20-25, and 8-15. We also fell to Scecina 26-28, 17-25. Ally Staton...read more
RHS FOOTBALL-THE SUN WILL COME UP TOMORROW, IF YOU GIVE IT A CHANCE! Ok, everybody, DON’T HIT THE PANIC BUTTON!!! I know, after seeing reaction on social media, some RHS football fans are hitting the panic button after Richmond lost...read more
NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The 2017 season got off to a good start for the Butler women's soccer team. The 'Dawgs traveled to #18 Notre Dame on Friday night and walked away with a quality 0-0 double overtime tie. The women's soccer team has now reached double overtime in...read more
INDIANA STATE RELEASE TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – The Indiana State Sycamores defeated the UIC Flames inside Memorial Stadium in their 2017 season opener. ISU defeated Illinois-Chicago 2-0. A young Sycamore squad took the field tonight (Aug....read more
BALL STATE RELEASE MUNCIE, Ind. -- It didn't take long for the Ball State soccer team to get its offense going Friday evening at the Briner Sports Complex. Sam Kambol and Evie Stepaniak each scored in the first 30 minutes of play,...read more
Goals from Hannah Melchiorre and Maddy Williams in their first and final season openers as Boilermakers propelled Purdue women's soccer to a 2-1 victory vs. Kent State on Friday at Folk Field. The Boilermakers won their season opener...read more
Connor Bray lead the Knights offensively with 3 rushing touchdowns and Cole Retter had a 2 point conversion in a hard fought 20-7 road victory to open the season for Northeastern. The Knights jumped out to a 12-0 lead in the first...read more
NEW YORK TIMES NEW YORK-There was one rather disturbing occurrence today, one that should not be permitted to pass without comment. The zany Bill Veeck pulled the craziest stunt of his attention-getting career when he signed a 3-foot-7- inch midget to a...read more
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NCC Connersville 22 Richmond 16 OT Ben Davis 49 Indy Tech 7 Hamilton Southeastern 24 Kokomo 2 Lafayette Jeff 54 Lafayette Central Catholic 0 Lawrence Central 40 McCutcheon 6 Logansport 56 Peru 0 Marion 35...read more
NCC Connersville 22 Richmond 16 OT Ben Davis 49 Indy Tech 7 Hamilton Southeastern 24 Kokomo 2 Lafayette Jeff 54 Lafayette Central Catholic 0 Lawrence Central 40 McCutcheon 6 Logansport 56 Peru 0 Marion 35 Huntington North 0...read more
1864: The Travers, the oldest major stakes race for 3-year-olds, was run for the first time at the year-old Saratoga Race Course in upstate New York. The race was named after the state’s racing association president, William Travers, and the inaugural winner was Kentucky, owned by none other than Travers himself.
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
2017 INDIANA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
August 31 vs. Ohio State
September 9 at Virginia
September 16 vs. Florida International
September 23 vs. Georgia Southern
September 30 at Penn State
October 14 vs. Michigan
October 21 at Michigan State
October 28 at Maryland
November 4 vs. Wisconsin
November 11 at Illinois
November 18 vs. Rutgers
November 25 at Purdue
2017 PURDUE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
September 2 vs. Louisville at Indianapolis
September 8 vs. Ohio
September 16 at Missouri
September 23 vs. Michigan
October 7 vs. Minnesota
October 14 at Wisconsin
October 21 at Rutgers
October 28 vs. Nebraska
November 4 vs. Illinois
November 11 at Northwestern
November 18 at Iowa
November 25 vs. Indiana
- 1887 – Mighty (Dan) Casey strikes out in a game with the New York Giants.
- 1901 – Joe McGinnity is suspended from the National League for punching and spitting on an umpire.
- 1922 – Curly Lambeau and Green Bay Football Club granted NFL franchise.
- 1926 – Chicago White Sox player Ted Lyons no hits Boston Red Sox 6-0 in just 67 minutes at Fenway Park.
- 1931 – Babe Ruth hits his 600th home run (New York Yankees beat Saint Louis Browns 11-7).
- 1933 – Babe Ruth’s homer leads American League to a 4-2 win in first All-Star Game.
- 1949 – New York Giants beat Philadelphia Phillies on a forfeit, due to fan’s throwing debris.
- 1975 – Rick and Paul Reuschel become first brothers to pitch a combined shut out.
- 1976 – Al Bumbry hits the 17th inside-the-park home run in Baltimore Orioles’ history.
- 1982 – Milwaukee Brewers’ reliever Rollie Fingers becomes the first player in major league history to record 300 career saves as Milwaukee defeats the Seattle Mariners, 3-2.
- 1982 – Rollie Fingers (Milwaukee Brewers) becomes first pitcher to get save #300.
- 1985 – Mary Decker Slaney runs mile in world record 4:16.71.
- 1986 – Boston Red Sox player Spike Owens scores six runs (first time in 40 years) in a 24-5 rout of the Cleveland Indians.
- 1987 – “Mack Lobell” sets harness racing’s trotting mile (1:52).
The Franklin (Pa.) Athletic Club won the second and last World Series of pro football over the Oreos AC of Asbury Park, New Jersey; the Watertown Red and Blacks; and the Orange AC.
Pro football was popularized in Ohio when the Massillon Tigers, a strong amateur team, hired four Pittsburgh pros to play in the season-ending game against Akron. At the same time, pro football declined in the Pittsburgh area, and the emphasis on the pro game moved west from Pennsylvania to Ohio.
A field goal was changed from five points to four.
Ohio had at least seven pro teams, with Massillon winning the Ohio Independent Championship, that is, the pro title. Talk surfaced about forming a state-wide league to end spiraling salaries brought about by constant bidding for players and to write universal rules for the game. The feeble attempt to start the league failed.
Halfback Charles Follis signed a contract with the Shelby (Ohio) AC, making him the first known black pro football player.
The Canton AC, later to become known as the Bulldogs, became a professional team. Massillon again won the Ohio League championship.
The forward pass was legalized. The first authenticated pass completion in a pro game came on October 27, when George (Peggy) Parratt of Massillon threw a completion to Dan (Bullet) Riley in a victory over a combined Benwood-Moundsville team.
Arch-rivals Canton and Massillon, the two best pro teams in America, played twice, with Canton winning the first game but Massillon winning the second and the Ohio League championship. A betting scandal and the financial disaster wrought upon the two clubs by paying huge salaries caused a temporary decline in interest in pro football in the two cities and, somewhat, throughout Ohio.
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Pittsburgh 17 Atlanta 13
New Orleans 12 LA Chargers 7
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Detroit 6 LA Dodgers 1
Minnesota 12 Arizona 5
Chicago Cubs 6 Toronto 5 (10)
Tampa Bay 3 Seattle 0
LA Angels 5 Baltimore 4
Boston 5 NY Yankees 1
Oakland 3 Houston 2
Kansas City 7 Cleveland 4
Chicago White Sox 3 Texas 2
Miami 6 NY Mets 4
Atlanta 8 Cincinnati 1
Milwaukee 8 Colorado 4
Philadelphia 5 San Francisco 2
Washington 4 San Diego 1
Pittsburgh 6 St. Louis 3
MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
Syracuse 4 Indianapolis 3 (13)
Great Lakes 2 Fort Wayne 1
South Bend 8 Lansing 6
Dayton 8 Lake County 3
MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
New York City 2 New England 1
Seattle 2 Minnesota 1
New York 70 Minnesota 61
Connecticut 94 Phoenix 66
Washington 87 Indiana 82
Seattle 103 Chicago 66
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.
- 1893 Theresa Weld Blanchard, American figure skating champion (1914, 1920-24), born in Brookline, Massachusetts (d. 1978)
- 1912 Toe Blake, Canadian ice hockey player and coach (d. 1995)
- 1913 Cornelius Johnson, high jumper (Olympic-gold-1936), born in Los Angeles, California
- 1914 Doug Wright, cricketer (England’s leg-spinning genius of 30’s & 40’s)
- 1918 Billy Reay, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2004)
- 1923 Chris Schenkel, Biuppus Ind, sportscaster (Monday Night Fights)
- 1924 Jack Buck, American sports announcer (St. Louis Cardinals), born in Holyoke, Massachusetts (d. 2002)
- 1928 Gillian Sheen, England, foils (Olympic-gold-1956)
- 1935 Ken Taylor, cricketer (England opening batsman three times 1959-64)
- 1936 Wilt Chamberlain, American NBA Legend (LA Lakers, 5 time MVP), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (d. 1999)
- 1940 Robert Camac, horse trainer
- 1945 Jerry DaVanon, baseball player
- 1951 Bernhard Germeshausen, German DR, bobsled (Olympic-gold-1976, 80)
- 1954 Archie Griffin, NFL runningback (won 2 Heisman Trophies, Ohio State)
- 1956 Carol Charbonnier, LPGA golfer
- 1958 Dom Mamzi, horse trainer
- 1959 Anne Hobbs, England, tennis star
- 1959 Bud Schultz, Meriden Conn, tennis star
- 1959 Jim McMahon, NFL QB (Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles)
- 1959 Richard Zokol, Kitimat BC, Canadian Tour golfer (1982 BC Open)
- 1961 Danny Sheaffer, catcher (St Louis Cardinals), born in Jacksonville, Florida
- 1961 Lance Earl Deal, Riverton Wyoming, hammer thrower (Olympics-silver-96)
- 1961 V. B. Chandrasekhar, Indian cricketer
- 1963 Melvin Douglas, Topeka KS, 198 lbs/90 kg freestyle wrestler (Oly-96)
- 1965 Jim Bullinger, pitcher (Chicago Cubs), born in New Orleans, Louisiana
- 1966 John Wetteland, San Mateo CA, pitcher (NY Yanks, Rangers, Expos)
- 1967 Tuineau Alipate, NLF/WLAF linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy, Minnesota Vikings)
- 1967 Darren Bewick, AFL footballer
- 1968 Shinichi Iwasaki, hockey goaltender (Team Japan 1998)
- 1969 Andujar Cedeno, La Romana Dom Rep, infielder (Detroit Tigers)
- 1969 Josee Chouinard, Rosemont Quebec, figure skater (Olymp-9th-1994)
- 1970 Bill Roth, gymnast (Pan Am-gold-1995, Olympics-96), born in Yonkers, New York
- 1970 Mark Hatfield, CFL guard (BC Lions)
- 1970 Paulo Barrancos Guerra, Portugal, 10k runner
- 1970 Steve Everitt, NFL center (Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles)
- 1971 Shayne Edge, NFL/WLAF punter (Steelers, Barcelona Dragons)
- 1972 Johnnie Harris, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)
- 1973 Ben Mann, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)
- 1973 Ismael Valdes, Ciudad Victoria Mexico, pitcher (LA Dodgers)
- 1974 Pietra Gay, WNBA guard/forward (Houston Comets)
- 1975 Simon Katich, Australian cricketer
- 1976 Jeff Cunningham, Jamaican American soccer player
- 1978 Reuben Droughns, American football player
- 1978 Jason Marquis, American baseball player
- 1978 Alan Lee, Irish footballer
- 1978 Lee Gronkiewicz, American baseball player
- 1978 Peter Buxton, English rugby union player
- 1979 Ashley Whitney, 800m freestyle relay (Olympics-96), born in Nashville, Tennessee
- 1980 Paul Menard, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver
- 1980 Burney Lamar, American race car driver
- 1981 Andreas Glyniadakis, Greek basketball player
- 1981 Jarrod Lyle, Australian Golfer
- 1983 Josh Harrington, American professional BMX rider, born in Greenville, North Carolina
- 1983 Scott McDonald, Australian footballer
- 1984 Neil Dexter, South African cricketer
- 1984 B.J. Upton, American baseball player
- 1986 Usain Bolt, Jamaican sprinter (8x Olympic Gold 2008, 2012, 2016), born in Sherwood Content, Trelawny, Jamaica