TO­DAY IN SPORTS HIS­TORY

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1928 New York Yan­kees score 11 runs in 12th in­ning beat­ing Detroit Tigers, 12-1.

1933 Joe DiMag­gio ends 61-game hit­ting streak in Pa­cific Coast League.

1939 New York Yan­kees catcher Bill Dickey hits three con­sec­u­tive home runs.

1952 New York Yan­kees Mickey Man­tle hits his first grand slam­mer.

1957 New York Yan­kees Mickey Man­tle hits ca­reer home run No. 200.

1983 Czech Jarmila Kra­tochvilova sets 800m woman’s record of 1:53.28.

1988 Mike Sch­midt sets Na­tional League record ap­pear­ing in 2,155 games at third base.

1990 U.S. beats the Soviet Union 17-0 in base­ball at the Good­will Games.

1991 Mon­treal Ex­pos’ Mark Gard­ner no-hits Los An­ge­les Dodgers for 9 in­nings, but loses in 10th.

2005 Greg Mad­dux of the Chicago Cubs be­comes the 13th pitcher in ma­jor league base­ball his­tory to reg­is­ter 3,000 strike­outs.

Base­ball hall of­famer, 20-time all-star, three-time AL MVP and seven-time World Se­ries win­ner Mickey Man­tle hit his first grand slam 65 years ago to­day and his 200th home run, 60 years ago to­day.

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