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On this Day in Sports History November 2

On this Day in Sports History November 2

MLB

On this day in 1972, Steve Carlton won the NL Cy Young with a 27-10 record, 1.97 ERA, 30 complete games and 310 strikeouts.

On this day in 1974, the Atlanta Braves traded Hank Aaron to the Milwaukee Brewers for Dave May and Roger Alexander.

On this day in 1999, Ken Griffey Jr. asked the Seattle Mariners to trade him to a team closer to Orlando, Florida (his hometown). Griffey got his wish on February 10, 2000 when Seattle sent him to the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for Mike Cameron, Antonio Perez, Jake Meyer and Brett Tomko.

NFL

On this day in 1958, the Los Angeles Rams beat the Chicago Bears 41-35 in front of a record crowd of 90,833 at the Los Angeles Coliseum.

NBA

On this day in 2005, Los Angeles Lakers center Andrew Bynum became the youngest player to ever play in a NBA game at the age of 18 years and six days.

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