Baltimore quarterback Johnny Unitas throws four touchdown passes to surpass Y.A. Tittle as the NFL's career leader with 212. He finished his career with 290 touchdown passes.
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In his last major league at-bat, future Hall of Fame Cleveland manager Frank Robinson strokes a pinch-hit single against the Orioles.
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Tim Raines becomes the first player with four consecutive 70-stolen-base seasons.
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In a 4-0 victory over Detroit, Boston ace Roger Clemens ties his own major league record with 20 strikeouts.
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Ken Burn's "Baseball" premieres on PBS. the documentary explores the themes of race, business, baseball and society and labor relations in baseball.
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White Sox first baseman Jim Thome becomes only the second big leaguer in baseball history to hit 40 home runs with three different teams (Cleveland and Philadelphia). Alex Rodriguez also accomplished the milestone with the Mariners, Rangers and Yankees.