Dodgers protest the wetting down of Candlestick Park's infleld to slow speedster Maury Wills down.
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With a 6-5 victory over the Astros, the Phillies' Jim Bunning becomes the first pitcher since Cy Young to win 100 games in both leagues.
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Carl Lewis wins his fourth gold of the Summer Olympics when the 4 x 100 meter relay team he is anchoring finished in a time of 37.83 seconds, a new world record.
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John Daly shoots a 276 to capture the PGA Championship, his first of two career majors.
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In only his second big league start, 21-year old southpaw Wilson Alvarez no-hits the Orioles, 7-0.
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For the first time in his 16-year career, Barry Bonds hits his 50th homer of the season. The 36-year old Giants outfielder will go yard 23 more times to establish a new big league single-season record with 73 homer runs.
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Kerry Wood becomes the fastest major leaguer to record his 1,000th career strikeout, needing only 134 games to reach the milestone. It took 143 games for Roger Clemens to accomplish the feat.
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Born on this Day
Hulk Hogan (1953, pictured) Craig Ehlo (1961) Jonathan Hayes (1962) Ennis Whatley (1962) Brad Dalgarno (1967) Aaron Miller (1971) Edgardo Alfonzo (1973) Bubba Crosby (1976) Jermain Taylor (1978) Lee Suggs (1980) Melky Cabrera (1984)
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