On this Day in Sports History July 10
On this day in 1901, Harry Davis of the Philadelphia Athletics became the first American League player to hit for the cycle.
On this day in 1923, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Johnny Stuart threw two complete games in a single day.
On this day in 1940, the National League beat the American League, 4-0, in the All-Star game. It was the first shutout in All-Star game history.
On this day in 1997, Japanese pitcher Hideki Irabu of the New York Yankees made his Major League debut. The righty struck out nine, walked four, allowing five hits and two runs.
On this day in 2007, Ichrio Suzuki hit the first inside-the-park home run in All-Star game history. The American League would go on to beat the National League, 5-4.
On this day in 2009, San Francisco Giants Jonathan Sanchez threw a no-hitter against the San Diego Padres. It was the first no-hitter by a Giants pitcher since 1976.
On this day in 2014, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw had his scoreless inning streak come to an end at 41 innings.
On this day in 2008, the Los Angeles Clipper signed Baron Davis to a five-year contract worth $65 million.
On this day in 2013, the Los Angeles Clippers re-signed Chris Paul to a five-year deal worth $107 million.
On this day in 1951, Randy Turpin defeated Sugar Ray Robinson for the World Middleweight title.