On this Day in Sports History June 4
On this day in 1964, Los Angeles pitcher Sandy Koufax threw his third career no-hitter.
On this day in 1968, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Don Drysdale pitched with sixth consecutive shutout.
On this day in 1974, Hank Aaron hit his 16th career grand slam, which set a National League record at the time.
On this day in 2000, Fred McGriff collected his 2,000th career hit.
On this day in 2002, the Pittsburgh Pirates pick Bryan Bullington with the first pick in the draft.
On this day in 2009, Randy Johnson won his 300th career game.
On this day in 2012, the Houston Astros selected Carlos Correa with the first pick in the draft.
On this day in 1976, the Boston Celtics beat the Phoenix Suns in triple-overtime 128-126.
On this day in 1980, Gordie Howe announced his retirement from hockey.
On this day in 1974, the city of Seattle was granted an NFL franchise, the team would be called the Seahawks.
On this day in 2010, legendary coach John Wooden passed away at the age of 99.
On this day in 1990, Penn State was voted into the Big 10.