Back in Time: January 28
Brooklyn Dodgers catcher Roy Campanella is seriously injured in an auto accident in New York. He would never return to play again.
New York Coach Red Holzman (pictured here with Red Auerbach) wins his 600th game, only the second coach at the time to reach that plateau, as the Knicks defeat Golden State, 107-103.
Bill Fitch becomes the sixth coach in NBA history to post 600 wins as the Houston Rockets beat New Jersey, 97-93.
Andre Agassi wins the Australian Open, beating Pete Samras in four sets (4-6 6-1 7-6 6-4).
Dallas becomes the first team in NFL history to win three championships in a four-year period by defeating Pittsburgh, 27-17, in Super Bowl XXX.
The Baltimore Ravens beat the New York Giants, 34-7, to claim the franchise's first Super Bowl championship. With the victory, Baltimore becomes only the third wildcard team to win a title.
Born on this Day
Gregg Popovich (1949, pictured) <br>Nick Price (1957) <br>Michael Cage (1962) <br>Barry Minter (1970) <br>Derrick Mayes (1974) <br>Jermaine Dye (1974) <br>Tony Delk (1974)<br>Mark Madsen (1976) <br>Lyle Overbay (1977) <br>Stephen Gostkowski (1984) <br>Andre Iguodala (1984)