During the first game of a doubleheader, Tiger right-hander Jim Bunning (pictured here in 2008) no-hits the Red Sox, 3-0. The future Hall of Famer became the first modern pitcher to toss a no-hitter in both leagues when he threw a perfect game against the Mets in 1964.
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Hank Aaron hit his last big-league homer off Angels' hurler Dick Drago en route to a 6-2 Brewers' win. The round tripper was Aaron's 755th and established the all-time major league record for career home runs.
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At the 121st British Open, Nick Faldo shoots a 272 at Muirfield Gullane to capture the championship.
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Ben Curtis, an unknown PGA Tour rookie in his first major championship, wins the British Open.
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At Wrigley Field, Albert Pujols goes 5-for-5, including three home runs and five RBIs, as the Cardinals beat the Cubs, 11-8. The first baseman's first three-homer career game helps St. Louis erase a six-run deficit.