On this Day in Sports History July 1
On this day in 1905, Chicago White Sox pitcher Frank Owen pitched two complete games in the same day.
On this day in 1917, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Fred Toney pitched two complete games in the same day.
On this day in 1920, Washington Senators pitcher Walter Johnson threw a no-hitter against the Boston Red Sox.
On this day in 1944, Joe DiMaggio collected a hit off of Jack Wilson to extend his hitting steak to 44 games, passing Willie Keeler‘s record.
On this day in 1951, Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller threw his third career no-hitter against the Detroit Tigers.
On this day in 1997, Baltimore Orioles closer Randy Myers recorded his 300th career save.
On this day in 2003, the Florida Marlins beat the Braves, 20-1, to set a franchise record for runs scored.
On this day in 2014, the Cleveland Cavaliers signed Kyrie Irving to a 5 year, $90 million deal.
On this day in 2014, the New Jersey Nets traded head coach Jason Kidd to the Milwaukee Bucks for two 2015 second-round picks.
On this day in 1859, Amherst beat Williams College, 66-32, in what was considered to be the first ever college game.