On this Day in Sports History February 13
On this day in 1994, the East beat the West 127-118 in the 44th annual All-Star Game in Minnesota. Chicago Bulls small forward Scottie Pippen won the game’s MVP, scoring a game-high 29 points and hitting five three pointers.
On this day in 2005, Cincinnati Reds great Barry Larkin announces his retirement, after playing 19 years at shortstop for the team. Larkin would go onto become a special assistant to the Nationals general manager Jim Bowden. Larkin would be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2012.
On this day in 2005, Peyton Manning led the AFC to a 38-27 win over the NFC, giving the AFC the series lead. Manning would win the game’s MVP.