On Capitol Hill, Casey Stengel (left) and Mickey Mantle appear in front of the Senate Anti-Trust and Monopoly Subcommittee, which is investigating the baseball monopoly power in regards to the sport's antitrust exemption.
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The Philadelphia 76ers trade Wilt Chamberlain to the Los Angeles Lakers for Darrell Imhoff, Archie Clark and Jerry Chambers, plus an undisclosed amount of cash.
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With one out in the ninth, the Mets' Tom Seaver's near perfect game is broken up by the Cubs' Jimmy Qualls.
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In the longest shutout in American League history, the A's beat the Angels 1-0 in a 20-inning game. Oakland's Vida Blue fans 17 batters in the first 11 innings.
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Boris Becker wins his third and final Wimbledon with a straight-set victory over Stefan Edberg.
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Despite chants of 'Let them play!' from the sellout crowd of 41,871 at Milwaukee's Miller Park, Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig declares the 73rd All-Star Game a 7-7 tie after 11 innings. Also on this day in 1998, Selig was named by the owners to be baseball's ninth commissioner.
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Italy wins the World Cup with a 5-3 victory over France. The match will best be remembered for French captain Zinedine Zidane getting a red card for headbutting Italian defender Marco Materazzi
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Born on this Day
O. J. Simpson (1947) Willie Wilson (1955) Ronnie Grandison (1964) Trent Green (1970, pictured) Pete Kendall (1972) Kelly Holcomb (1973)
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