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On this Day in Sports History September 14

On this Day in Sports History September 14


On this day in 1903, Giants pitcher Red Ames threw a five-inning no-hitter against the Cardinals. The game was called early because of unusual darkness.

On this day in 1986, Kansas City outfielder Bo Jackson launched his first home run of his career.

On this day in 1990, Ken Griffey and his son, Ken Griffey Jr., became the first father and son to hit a home run in the same game.

On this day in 1993, Mike Piazza hit his 29th home run of the season, breaking the rookie record for catchers.

On this day in 1998, the Kansas City Royals became the fifth team in major league history to score in every inning, beating the A’s 16-6.

On this day in 2008, Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano threw a no-hitter against the Astros.


On this day in 2003, New York Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde became the ninth player to pass for over 40,000 career yards.

On this day in 2003, Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis set an NFL record when he rushed for 295 yards in a single game.

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