On this Day in Sports History March 28
On this day in 1990, Chicago Bulls small forward Michael Jordan scored 69 points, which was a regular season career high in a 117-113 Bulls win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
On this day in 2006, the Milwaukee Bucks set an NBA single-game record for most three-points in one quarter, hitting 11 in the third quarter against the Phoenix Suns.
On this day in 1999, the Baltimore Orioles beat the Cuban National Team 3-2 in Cuba. It was the first time since the 1950’s that a U.S. baseball team had played in Cuba.
On this day in 2014, the Los Angeles Angels and Mike Trout agreed on a $144.5 million, six-year deal, that would keep Trout on the team through the 2020 season.
On this day in 2014, the Detroit Tigers signed Miguel Cabrera to an 8-year extension that would make his new contract worth $300 million over 10 years.
On this day in 2005, the Tennessee Vols named Bruce Pearl their new basketball coach.
On this day in 2009, Connecticut earned a trip to the Final Four, defeating Missouri 82-75 in the West Regional Final. Kemba Walker scored a career-high 23 points.