Back in Time: November 3
After posting a 22-9 record with a 3.16 ERA, Boston's Jim Lonborg is named the AL Cy Young winner.
Nineteen years after their inaugural home game, the Portland Trail Blazers retired Bill Walton's jersey No. 32.
Sarunas Marciulionis and Alexander Volkov become the first players from the Soviet Union to participate in a regular season NBA game.
Ken Daneyko (left) sets a New Jersey Devil franchise record by playing in his 322nd consecutive game.
In a major trade just before the start of the 1995-96 season, Charlotte sends center Alonzo Mourning, guard Pete Myers and forward-center LeRon Ellis to Miami in exchange for swingman Glen Rice, point guard Khalid Reeves, center Matt Geiger and a 1996 first round draft pick.
Jerry Rice becomes the first NFL player with 1,000 career receptions.
The Philadelphia third baseman wins the National League Rookie of the Year award. Boston's Nomar Garciappara wins the honor for the American League.
Minnesota citizens elected Jesse "The Body" Ventura, a former professional wrestler, to be their new governor.
Born on this Day
Bob Feller (1918) Ken Holtzman (1943) Phil Simms (1955) Karch Kiraly (1960) Paul Quantrill (1968) Tariq Abdul Wahad (1974) Darren Sharper (1975)