Kansas City's Bert Campaneris (pictured here with the Athletics in 1968) homers off Twins' Jim Kaat on the first major league pitch he ever sees.
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Steve Carlton wins his 200th career game, becoming the 78th pitcher to accomplish that feat.
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George Brett gets his 1,000th hit. The Royal great would retire with 3,154 career hits.
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Kansas City Royals Dan Quisenberry (pictured here in 1980) records his 200th save. The sidearm specialist would retire with 244 career saves.
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Mark Calcavecchia shoots a 275 at Royal Troon to win his only British Open.
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Celebrating his 29th birthday by hitting three homers in Boston's 22-4 rout of the Devil Rays, Nomar Garciaparra ties a major league record by becoming the 26th player to hit five home runs in two games.
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Born on this Day
Pee Wee Reese (1918, pictured) Don Drysdale (1936) Antoine Carr (1961) Micheal Williams (1966) Gary Payton (1968) Elden Campbell (1968) Dimitri Khristich (1969) Andrew Cassels (1969) Nomar Garciaparra (1973) Darvin Ham (1973) Terry Glenn (1974) Maurice Greene (1974) Gerald Wallace (1982) Brandon Roy (1984)
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