On this Day in Sports History April 13
On this day in 1984, Montreal Expos first baseman Pete Rose collected his 4,000th career hit, which was a double off of Philadelphia Phillies lefty Jerry Koosman.
On this day in 2004, San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds hit his 661st career home run, passing Willie Mays for third place on the all-time list.
On this day in 1957, the Boston Celtics beat the St. Louis Hawks 125-123 in double-overtime to win their first championship.
On this day in 1940, the New York Rangers won the Stanley Cup, defeating the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2.
On this day in 1986, Jack Nicklaus won the Masters for a record sixth time. He also became the oldest person to win the Masters at the age of 46.
On this day in 1997, Tiger Woods won the Masters, becoming the youngest person to achieve the feat at the age of 21.