Notre Dame beats UCLA, 71-70, to snap the Bruins' NCAA-record 88-game win streak.
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Cardinal infielder Ozzie Smith becomes the game's first $1 million shortstop when he signs a three-year deal with St. Louis.
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Washington's Brent Price sets an NBA record for most consecutive field goals made (13).
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Ivan Rodriguez signs the richest one-year deal in baseball history. Avoiding salary arbitration, the all-star backstop agrees to a contract worth $6.65 million to play for the Rangers.
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Lakers' broadcaster Chick Hearn announces his 3,000th consecutive game. Hearn last missed a broadcast on November 20, 1965.
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After an 80-day departure, Theo Epstein (pictured here at the 2007 "Hot Stove, Cool Music" festival in Boston) returns to the Red Sox in a yet-to-be named capacity. The youngest general manager in baseball history, who assembled a World Champion team in 2004, had left Boston on Halloween Day, saying the position was not "the right fit."
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Joe Schmidt (1932) Dan Reeves (1944) Steve DeBerg (1954) Ottis Anderson (1957) Chris Sabo (1962) Michael Adams (1963) Stefan Edberg (1966) Junior Seau (1969, pictured) Luc Longley (1969) Orlando Palmeiro (1969) Reggie Brooks (1971) Tyrone Wheatley (1972) Shawn Johnson (1992)
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