Back In Time: April 21
Rosie Ruiz was crowned the winner of the Boston Marathon -- she was later disqualified when it was discovered she rode the subway instead of running much of the race.
Chicago's Michael Jordan sets an NBA record by winning his eighth NBA scoring title (breaking Wilt Chamberlain's record of seven) after netting 2,491 points in 82 games.
Indians' DH Eddie Murray knocked a home run from both sides of the plate in the Indians' 10-6 win over the Twins. It was the 11th time Murray had homered both left-handed and right-handed in the same game, breaking the record set by Mickey Mantle in 1964 .
Cleveland, despite an 89-88 road loss at Indiana to close the season, set an NBA record for the fewest points allowed per game (88.5) since the shot-clock era began.
Miami's Dan Majerle became the 10th player in league history to record 1,100 career three-pointers.
Born On This Day
Tony Romo (1980, pictured)<br>Steve Vickers (1951)<br>Ken Caminiti (1963)<br>Eric Devendorf (1987)<br>