Lou Brock makes his debut in a St. Louis uniform with two hits, including a triple, and a stolen base. The former Cub was traded (with Jack Spring and Paul Toth) to the Cardinals in exchange for Ernie Broglio, Bobby Shantz and Doug Clemens.
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The Los Angeles Lakers acquire Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and reserve center Walt Wesley from the Milwaukee Bucks for center Elmore Smith, guard Brian Winters and rookies Dave Meyers and Junior Bridgeman.
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Tom Seaver throws the first no-hitter of his career in a 4-0 victory over the Cardinals.
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Sammy Sosa becomes the youngest Dominican to play in the majors. Batting leadoff, the Rangers' rookie goes 2-for-4 with a double just five months shy of his 21st birthday.
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Braves' outfielder Otis Nixon establishes a National League record and ties the 1912 major league mark set by the A's Eddie Collins by swiping six bases in one game.
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The Chicago Bulls beat the Seattle Supersonic in six games to capture their fourth championship. Michael Jordan is named Finals MVP for a record fourth time.
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Born on this Day
Derek Sanderson (1946) Matt Turk (1968) Kevin Young (1969) Cobi Jones (1970) Phil Mickelson (1970, pictured) Michael Husted (1970) Shawnelle Scott (1972) Asa Carlsson (1975) Kerry Wood (1977) Dainius Zubrus (1978) Rick Nash (1984)
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