The Boston Celtics won their first NBA Championship, beating the St. Louis Hawks 125-123 in Game 7.
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Howard Cosell hosts the season-ending episode of "Saturday Night Live."
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Jack Nicklaus, 46, wins his sixth and final Masters tournament.
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Lee Smith passes Jeff Reardon to become the all-time career saves leader as the Cardinals beat the Dodger, 9-7.
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Tiger Woods becomes the youngest and the first African-American person to win the Masters Tournament at the age of 21. He also sets a record by finishing 18-under with a tournament-record score of 270.
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Construction workers at the new Yankee Stadium the site dig up a Red Sox jersey buried in concrete from the ballpark scheduled to be completed in 2009.The tattered David Ortiz jersey, which will be auction off to raise money for the Jimmy Fund, was buried by a Bronx construction worker, a Boston fan, who had hope to put a hex on the Bombers.
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Born on this Day
Davis Milton Love III (1964) <br>Jose Rijo (1964) <br>Dana Barros (1967) <br>Ted Washington (1968) <br>Monty Brown (1970) <br>Eddie Robinson (1970) <br>Charles Outlaw (1971) <br>Mariusz Czerkawski (1972) <br>Dave Wohlabaugh (1973) <br>Sergei Gonchar (1974) <br>Meghann Shaughnessy (1979) <br>Baron Davis (1979, pictured) <br>Quentin Richardson (1980) <br>Hunter Pence (1983) <br>
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