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January 2022

1/22 - Davante Adams, 820

1/21 - Vancouver

1/20 - George Scott, 36, 1975

1/19 - Dan Issel, 6,630

1/18 - Indiana, 1940

1/17 - Ottis Anderson, 7,999

1/16 - Dez Bryant, 73

1/15 - Jim Brown, 8

1/14 - Kevin Porter, 1,099, 1978-79

1/13 - Marques Johnson, 1976-77

1/12 - Oregon Ducks, 1939

1/11 - Shaquille O'Neal, 1993

1/10 - Jaylen Waddle, 104, 2021

1/9 - Dak Prescott, 37, 2021

1/8 - George Halas, Chicago Bears, 318

1/7 - Chris Ford, October 12, 1979

1/6 - Mark Duper, 8,869

1/5 - Bert Campaneris, 1,882

1/4 - Ja'Marr Chase, 266

1/3 - Sammy Baugh

1/2 - Jaxon Smith-Njigba, 347, January 1, 2022 (Rose Bowl)

1/1 - Michigan Wolverines

December 2021

12/31 - Nick Saban, 7

12/30 - 2001 GMAC Bowl, 125 points (Marshall 64, East Carolina 61)

12/29 - Wally Pipp, 12, 1916

12/28 - Jason Taylor, 131

12/27 - Mario Lemieux, 1984

12/26 - LeBron James, 422

12/25 - Paul Pressey, 3,272

12/24 - Beattie Feathers, 1,004, 1934 

12/23 - Alex English, 21,645

12/22 - Arizona Cardinals, 775

12/21 - Sacramento Kings, 3,154

12/20 - Tom Brady

12/19 - Don Hutson, 5, 1940-44

12/18 - Tyler Hansbrough, 2,872

12/17 - Johnny Morris, 5,059

12/16 - Nate Thurmond, 12,771

12/15 - Detroit Red Wings, 11

12/14 - Calbert Cheaney, 2,613

12/13 - Vince Carter, 1999-00

12/12 - Jason Kidd, 11

12/11 - Tim Tebow, 2007

12/10 - Houston Oilers

12/9 - Johnny Unitas, 3,099, 1960

12/8 - Don Hutson, 1,211, 1942

12/7 - Bob Cousy, 1956-57

12/6 - Andre Tippett, 100

12/5 - Alabama, 10

12/4 - Bo Jackson

12/3 - Danny Manning, 2,951

12/2 - Rickey Jackson, 123

12/1 - Walter Davis, 15,666

November 2021

11/30 - Alan Ameche, 1954

11/29 - Mark Jackson, 10.6, 1987-88

11/28 - Adam Vinatieri, 2,673

11/27 - Michigan, 58-51-6

11/26 - Tony Gonzalez, 102, 2004

11/25 - Detroit Lions, 37

11/24 - Wilt Chamberlain, 2,149

11/23 - Matt Barkley, 116

11/22 - Amani Toomer, 668

11/21 - Tony Gonzalez, 10,940

11/20 - Thurman Thomas, 4,847

11/19 - Patrick Mahomes, 40 games

11/18 - New York Yankees, 22

11/17 - Jackie Robinson, 1947

11/16 - Jimmie Johnson, 5, 2006-10

11/15 - Drew Brees, 11

11/14 - Alvin Kamara, 6, December 25, 2020

11/13 - Marcus Mariota, 10,796

11/12 - Carmelo Anthony, 62, January 24, 2014

11/11 - Miami Dolphins, 1972, Larry Csonka and Mercury Morris 

11/10 - Wayne Gretzky, 2,857

11/9 - Curtis Martin, 31, 2004

11/8 - Ray Bourque, 410

11/7 - Cody Parkey, 150, 2014

11/6 - Willis Reed, 1969-70

11/5 - 2003, LSU (BCS) and USC (AP)

11/4 - Alonzo Mourning, 1996

11/3 - John Olerud, .363, 1993

11/2 - Brian Mitchell, 4,999

11/1 - Steve Van Buren, 1947-49

October 2021

10/31 - Don Shinnick, 37

10/30 - Braylon Edwards, 3,541

10/29 - Nolan Ryan, 1,866

10/28 - Hakeem Olajuwon, 3,830

10/27 - Tom Seaver, 198

10/26 - Bobby Cox, 106, 1998

10/25 - Shaun Alexander, 9,429

10/24 - Chris Johnson, 2,509, 2009

10/23 - Landry Jones, 16,646

10/22 - Tris Speaker, 1912

10/21 - Mike Shanahan, 138

10/20 - Carl Yastrzemski, 3,419

10/19 - Mike Scott, 1986

10/18 - O.J. Simpson, 23, 1975

10/17 - Lamar Jackson, October 11, 2021

10/16 - Les Horvath, 1944

10/15 - Homer Jones, 22.3

10/14 - Keith Hernandez, 11

10/13 - Dallas

10/12 - Paul Molitor, 412

10/11 - Ted Marchibroda

10/10 - Salvador Perez, 48, 2021

10/9 - Frank Sinkwich, 1942

10/8 - Atlanta Braves, 21

10/7 - Florida Marlins, 1997

10/6 - Los Angeles Dodgers, 106, 2021

10/5 - Dom Capers

10/4 - Don Sutton, 233

10/3 - Sam Cunningham, 5,453

10/2 - Chuck Long, 9,671

10/1 - Ichiro Suzuki, 2,542

September 2021

9/30 - Paul Brown

9/29 - Andruw Jones, 51, 2005

9/28 - Babe Ruth, .378, 1924 

9/27 - Reggie White, 124

9/26 - Frank Gore, 11,073

9/25 - United States, 9.5-2.5 over Great Britain

9/24 - Whitey Ford, 236

9/23 - Norm Van Brocklin, 554, September 28, 1951

9/22 - Ivan Rodriguez, 13

9/21 - Lamar Jackson, 2019-20

9/20 - Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Rams, November 19, 2018, 105 points (Rams 54, Chiefs 51)

9/19 - David Akers, 44, 2011

9/18 - Herschel Walker, 5,259

9/17 - Mickey Cochrane, 1928

9/16 - Brian Sipe, 23,713

9/15 - Justin Herbert, 31, 2020

9/14 - Justin Jefferson, 1,379, 2020

9/13 - Lou Gehrig, 8, 1927-34

9/12 - Cam Newton, 422, September 11, 2011

9/11 - Satchel Paige, 59 years, 80 days, September 25, 1965

9/10 - Carlos Delgado, 336

9/9 - Ottis Anderson, 193, October 2, 1979

9/8 - 2004

9/7 - Barry Bonds, .863, 2001

9/6 - B.J. Symons, 5,833, 2003

9/5 - Pete Sampras, 19 years, 1 month, 1990

9/4 - Darren Sproles, 2,696, 2011

9/3 - Babe Ruth, 457, 1921

9/2 - Tracy Austin, 16 years, 8 months, 1979

9/1 - Desmond Howard, 875, 1996

August 2021

8/31 - Roy Face, .947 (18-1), 1959

8/30 - Andre Agassi, 1994

8/29 - Adrian Peterson, 296, November 4, 2007 

8/28 - Lisa Leslie, 488

8/27 - Johnny Unitas, 32, 1959

8/26 - Willie Mays, 51 home runs and 24 stolen bases, 1955

8/25 - Darryl Strawberry, 252

8/24 - LaDainian Tomlinson, 406, November 20, 1999

8/23 - Owen Wilson, 36, 1912

8/22 - Denny McLain, 1968 

8/21 - Gerald Riggs, 6,631

8/20 - Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, 12

8/19 - Johnny Manziel, 2012

8/18 - Indiana Pacers, 3

8/17 - Jim Thome, 13

8/16 - Babe Ruth, 11

8/15 - Mark McGwire, 1987-90

8/14 - Jose Canseco, 42 home runs and 40 stolen bases, 1988

8/13 - Jevon Kearse. 14.5, 1999

8/12 - Randy Moss, 17, 1998

8/11 - Warren Spahn, 8

8/10 - Barry Bonds, 79

8/9 - Cuba, 3

8/8 - Charles Barkley, 18.0 points per game

8/7 - Walter Johnson

8/6 - United States, 63, 1936-72

8/5 - Carmelo Anthony, 37, August 2, 2012

8/4 - Cy Young, 15

8/3 - Paul Hamm, 2004

8/2 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2016

8/1 - Mike Schmidt, 1,595

July 2021

7/31 - Mary Lou Retton, 1984

7/30 - Europe, 32

7/29 - Samuel Berger, 1904

7/28 - Fred McGriff and Gary Sheffield

7/27 - Earl Webb, 67, 1931

7/26 - Roberto Clemente, 1973

7/25 - Japan, 2008

7/24 - Ichiro Suzuki, 242, 2001

7/23 - Amos Rusie, 20 years, 62 days, July 31, 1891

7/22 - Pete Alonso, 53, 2019

7/21 - Bob Pettit (1958) and Giannis Antetokounmpo (2021), 50

7/20 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

7/19 - Rube Waddell, 302, 1903

7/18 - Hank Greenberg, 1.028

7/17 - Dwight Howard, 9, June 11, 2009

7/16 - Ted Williams, 84, 1949

7/15 - Rory McIlroy, 63, 2010

7/14 - Shohei Ohtani, 2021

7/13 - Rick Barry, 122

7/12 - Novak Djokovic

7/11 - Reggie Jackson

7/10 - Martina Navratilova, 6, 1982-87

7/9 - Gene Sarazen, 1935

7/8 - 1968

7/7 - Bill Russell, 70

7/6 - George Brett, 317

7/5 - Althea Gibson, 1957

7/4 - Eric Dickerson, 1,808, 1983

7/3 - Boris Becker, 17 years, 227 days, 1985 

7/2 - Don Budge, 1938

7/1 - Ben Wallace, 2021

June 2021

6/30 - Buffalo

6/29 - Hideo Nomo, September 17, 1996

6/28 - Cap Anson, 45

6/27 - Paul Molitor, .353, 1987

6/26 - Dwight Howard, 2004

6/25 - Magic Johnson, 30

6/24 - Trae Young, 48, June 23, 2021

6/23 - Maury Wills, 104, 1962

6/22 - Magic Johnson, 2,346

6/21 - Jerry West, 46.3, 1965 vs. Baltimore Bullets

6/20 - Floyd Patterson, June 20, 1960

6/19 - John McDermott, 19 years, 10 months, 14 days, 1911

6/18 - Paul Lawrie, 10 strokes, 1999 British Open

6/17 - 31 points, Los Angeles Clippers over Golden State Warriors, April 15, 2019

6/16 - Ty Cobb, 54

6/15 - Tony Oliva, 1964

6/14 - Tracy McGrady

6/13 - Andres Gimeno, 34 years and 10 months, 1972

6/12 - Jerry West

6/11 - Dikembe Mutombo and Ben Wallace, 4

6/10 - Paul Pressey, 3,272

6/9 - Rafael Nadal, 5, 2010-14

6/8 - Ralph Sampson, 1981-83

6/7 - Roger Clemens, 354

6/6 - Maureen Connolly, 18

6/5 - Brook Lopez, 10,444

6/4 - Michael Chang, 17 years and 3 months, 1989

6/3 - Monica Seles, 16 years and 6 months, 1990

6/2 - Barry Bonds, 1995-97

6/1 - LaMarcus Aldridge, 5,434

May 2021

5/31 - Ben Hogan, 1953

5/30 - Eddie Cheever, 236.103 mph, 1996

5/29 - Hakeem Olajuan, March 3 and 29, 1990

5/28 - Willie Mays, 1954 (New York) and 1965 (San Francisco)

5/27 - Christy Mathewson, 372

5/26 - Gerrit Cole, 61

5/25 - Milwaukee Bucks, 10, May 24, 2021

5/24 - Johnny Bench, 389

5/23 - 8 strokes, Rory McIlroy, 2012

5/22 - Roger Brown, 2,060

5/21 - Babe Ruth, 177

5/20 - Sparky Anderson, Cincinnati Reds (1975-76) and Detroit Tigers (1984)

5/19 - Hack Wilson, 191, 1930

5/18 - Elvin Hayes, 15,551

5/17 - Barry Bonds, 120, 2004

5/16 - 7, (1990, 1991, 2012, 2015)

5/15 - Pud Galvin

5/14 - Joe McCarthy, 1,460

5/13 - Mel Daniels, 9,494

5/12 - John Stockton, 14.5, 1989-90

5/11 - John L. Sullivan, August 29, 1885

5/10 - Jesse Orosco, 1,252

5/9 - Chris Davis, 53, 2013

5/8 - Don Nelson, 1,335

5/7 - Los Angeles Rams, 1951, NFL 

5/6 - Klay Thompson, 24, October 29, 2018

5/5 - Don Larsen, October 8, 1956

5/4 - Garret Anderson, 2,368

5/3 - Kurt Warner

5/2 - Dwight Gooden, 276, 1984

5/1 - Fernando Valenzuela, 1981

April 2021

4/30 - Ray Guy, 1973

4/29 - Fernando Tatis, April 23, 1999

4/28 - Jonathan Stewart, 7,318

4/27 - Charles "Bumpus" Jones, October 15, 1892

4/26 - Angelo Bertelli, 1944, Boston Yanks

4/25 - Bill Russell, 1961-63

4/24 - Philadelphia Phillies, 23, July 29-August 20, 1961

4/23 - New York Giants, 26, September 7-30, 1916

4/22 - Joe Fulks, 23.1

4/21 - Seattle Mariners, 19 years

4/20 - Elgin Baylor, 61, April 14, 1962

4/19 - Trevor Bauer, 2020 

4/18 - Bob Cousy, 6,945

4/17 - Lou Gehrig, June 3, 1932

4/16 - Cy Young, 749

4/15 - Brooks Robinson, 2,870

4/14 - Rodrigue Beaubois (March 27, 2010) and Yogi Ferrell (February 3, 2017), 9

4/13 - Babe Ruth, September 8, 1925

4/12 - Joe Fulks, 37, April 16, 1947

4/11 - Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus and Tom Weiskopf, 4

4/10 - Gary Player, 23, 1959-82

4/9 - Bob Cousy, 30, March 21, 1953

4/8 - Greg Norman, 63, 1996

4/7 - Mitchell Robinson, .742, 2019-20

4/6 - United States, 11

4/5 - Texas Western (Texas-El Paso), 1966

4/4 - Fred Lynn, 1975

4/3 - Nolan Ryan, 6.555

4/2 - Dwight Howard, 11,435

4/1 - Frank Robinson, 8

March 2021

3/31 - University of San Francisco, 1955

3/30 - Oklahoma State, 1945-46

3/29 - Alando Tucker, 2,217

3/28 - Austin Carr, 61, March 7, 1970

3/27 - Wilt Chamberlain, 499

3/26 - Bob Pettit, November 13, 1964

3/25 - Oscar Robertson, 2,973

3/24 - Darrell Griffith, 2,333

3/23 - Evanston, Illinois (Northwestern University)

3/22 - Oregon

3/21 - Lew Alcindor (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar), 870, 1966-67

3/20 - Tulsa, Oklahoma

3/19 - Maryland-Baltimore County (#16) over Virginia (#1), 2018

3/18 - Warren Spahn, 363

3/17 - Vernon Maxwell, 2,450

3/16 - Villanova, 8, 1985

3/15 - Nikolai Valuev, 7'0," 328 pounds

3/14 - Chapel Hill, North Carolina

3/13 - Ottis Anderson, 7,999

3/12 - Georgetown Hoyas

3/11 - Bob Sura, 2,130

3/10 - Eric "Sleepy" Floyd, 2,304

3/9 - Dan Issel, 2,138

3/8 - Bob Pettit, 27, 1962

3/7 - Magic Johnson, 22, 1984

3/6 - Durham, North Carolina

3/5 - Wyomia Tyus, 1964-68

3/4 - Samuel Berger, 1904 

3/3 - North Carolina State Wolfpack

3/2 - Elgin Baylor, 64, November 8, 1959

3/1 - Brett Butler, 42, 1992

February 2021

2/28 - Seattle Metropolitans, 1917

2/27 - Marques Johnson

2/26 - Mike Krzyzewski, 1,168 

2/25 - James Harden, 464, 2016-17

2/24 - Scott Skiles, 30, December 30, 1990

2/23 - Deon Thomas, 2,129

2/22 - Herb Brooks

2/21 - Elvin Hayes, 2,884

2/20 - Arthur Ashe, 1970

2/19 - Anthony Davis, 11,059

2/18 - Nate Thurmond, October 18, 1974 (22 points, 14 rebounds, 13 assists, 12 blocks) 

2/17 - Chris Ford, October 12, 1979

2/16 - Dick Button, 1948 and 1952

2/15 - Buddy Baker, 177.602 mph, 1980

2/14 - Lee Petty, 1959

2/13 - Tenley Albright, 1956

2/12 - Mike Conley, 11,733

2/11 - Melbourne

2/10 - Walter Davis, 15,666

2/9 - 1964

2/8 - Don Hutson, 1,211, 1942

2/7 - Mike Evans, 532

2/6 - Glen Rice, 2,442

2/5 - Oscar Robertson, 26, 1960-61

2/4 - Len Dawson, 28,507

2/3 - Mark Eaton, 456, 1984-85

2/2 - Jacob Green, 97.5

2/1 - Frank Burgess, 2,196

January 2021

1/31 - Alex English, 1982-83

1/30 - Cleveland

1/29 - Goran Ivanisevic, 1992, Wimbledon

1/28 - Kevin Garnett, 19,201

1/27 - Martina Hingis; 16 years, 4 months; 1997

1/26 - Wilt Chamberlain, 11

1/25 - Jamaal Charles, 7,260

1/24 - Aaron Rodgers, 42

1/23 - Don MacLean, 2,608

1/22 - George Foreman; 45 years, 299 days; November 5, 1994 

1/21 - Tom Gola, 48, 1953-55

1/20 - Rod Martin, 3, Super Bowl XV

1/19 - Kentucky, 129, 1943-55

1/18 - Ben Roethlisberger, 47, January 10, 2021

1/17 - Eric Martin, January 3, 1988

1/16 - Ryan Grant, 201, January 12, 2008

1/15 - Ricky Williams, 1,853, 2002

1/14 - Bart Starr

1/13 - Larry Csonka, 6,737

1/12 - Washington Redskins, 35, January 31, 1988 (Super Bowl XXII)

1/11 - Buffalo Bills, 32 points, January 3, 1993 vs. Houston Oilers

1/10 - 1994

1/9 - Detroit Lions, 9, 1991-present

1/8 - Archie Griffin, 5,589

1/7 - Elgin Baylor, 11,463

1/6 - Michael Strahan, 22.5, 2001

1/5 - Bill Chambers, 51, February 14, 1953

1/4 - Russell Westbrook, 42, 2016-17

1/3 - 4, 1982 Detroit Lions and Oakland Raiders (4-5), 2010 Seattle Seahawks (7-9) and 2015 Carolina Panthers (7-8-1)

1/2 - Tennessee Volunteers, January 4, 1999, Fiesta Bowl

1/1 - University of Southern California Trojans, 25

December 2020

12/31 - Steve Slaton, 55

12/30 - University of Texas Longhorns 

12/29 - Denver Broncos, 606, 2013

12/28 - Amobi Okoye, 19 years, 10 months, 18 days

12/27 - Otto Graham, 174

12/26 - Mark Clayton, 550

12/25 - Kobe Bryant, 395

12/24 - DeAngelo Hall, October 24, 2010

12/23 - Rams, (Cleveland, Los Angeles, St. Louis) 

12/22 - Wilt Chamberlain, 43, October 24, 1959

12/21 - Ty Detmer, 1990

12/20 - Tiki Barber, 10,449

12/19 - Wisconsin, 2011

12/18 - LeSean McCoy, 6,792

12/17 - Jerry Butler, 255, September 23, 1979

12/16 - 5, (Cleveland, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Baltimore)

12/15 - John Cappelletti, 1973

12/14 - Gene Tunney, September 23, 1926

12/13 - Dirk Nowitzki, 21, Dallas Mavericks

12/12 - Dub Jones, November 25, 1951

12/11 - Zay Jones, 158, 2016

12/10 - Bryant Young, 89.5

12/9 - O.J. Simpson, 143.1

12/8 - DeMarcus Ware, 117

12/7 - Florida, 4, 1993-96

12/6 - Beattie Feathers, 1,004, 1934

12/5 - Derrick Henry, 3,591

12/4 - Autry Denson, 4,318

12/3 - Cleveland Browns, December 3, 1950

12/2 - Jamal Lewis, 7,801

12/1 - Willie "Flipper" Anderson, 336, November 26, 1989

November 2020

11/30 - Don Hutson

11/29 - Nolan Ryan, Houston Astros, 1980

11/28 - Alabama, 9, 1973-81

11/27 - Jason Witten, 1,215

11/26 - Detroit Lions, 37

11/25 - Roberto Duran, June 20, 1980

11/24 - Ryan Zimmerman, 1,784

11/23 - Charles White, 6,245

11/22 - Willie "Flipper" Anderson, 336, November 26, 1989

11/21 - Jimmy Rollins, 716, 2007

11/20 - Jeff Gordon, 797

11/19 - LeBron James

11/18 - Andre Dawson, 1987

11/17 - Cincinnati Reds, June 8, 1934

11/16 - Samaje Perine, 4,122

11/15 - Dustin Johnson, 268

11/14 - Tajh Boyd, 11, 904

11/13 - Dwight Gooden, 20, 1985

11/12 - Gary Player, 52

11/11 - Johnny Podres

11/10 - Joe Gibbs

11/9 - Gary Collins, Cleveland Browns, September 21, 1970

11/8 - Eric Dickerson, 1,808, 1983

11/7 - Portsmouth, Ohio

11/6 - Michael Spinks, September 21, 1985

11/5 - Bernard Hopkins, 48, IBF light heavyweight champion

11/4 - Mickey Mantle, 40

11/3 - Troy Edwards, 405, August 29, 1998

11/2 - Jaromir Jagr, 42 years, 322 days, January 3, 2015

11/1 - Drew Bledsoe, 70, November 13, 1994

October 2020

10/31 - Ron Dayne, 7,125

10/30 - Louisville, Kentucky

10/29 - Stephen Curry, 5, 2013-17

10/28 - Drew Brees, November 1, 2015

10/27 - 1969

10/26 - Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays, 8, October 24, 2020

10/25 - Joe Louis, 27

10/24 - Tony Fernandez, 1,583

10/23 - Wade Boggs, March 31, 1998

10/22 - Tommy Henrich, New York Yankees, October 5, 1949

10/21 - Los Angeles Rams, 3, September 30, 1984

10/20 - Jimmy Sebring, Pittsburgh Pirates, October 1, 1903

10/19 - Philadelphia Eagles, 59, November 15, 2010

10/18 - Tom Brady, 5, October 18, 2009

10/17 - Roberto Clemente, 3,000

10/16 - Milwaukee

10/15 - Babe Ruth, October 9, 1921

10/14 - Cap Anson, 3,012

10/13 - LeBron James

10/12 - Bo Jackson

10/11 - Don Budge, 1938

10/10 - Evan Longoria, 261

10/9 - Pablo Sandoval, October 24, 2012

10/8 - Norm Van Brocklin, 554, September 28, 1951

10/7 - Kenny Lofton, 34

10/6 - Minnesota Lynx and Houston Comets (defunct), 4

10/5 - Dick "Night Train" Lane, 14, 1952

10/4 - Don Sutton, 233

10/3 - Clemson, 19

10/2 - Manny Ramirez, 29

10/1 - Mark McGwire, 135, 1998-99

September 2020

9/30 - Houston Astros and Milwaukee Brewers, 29-31, 2020

9/29 - Florence Griffith-Joyner, 10.49 seconds (100m) and 21.34 seconds (200m), both set in 1988

9/28 - 6

9/27 - San Diego Padres, 82-80, 2005

9/26 - Babe Ruth (1927) and Albert Belle (1995), 17

9/25 - Floyd Mayweather Jr., $275 million, August 26, 2017 vs. Conor McGregor

9/24 - Ralph Kiner, 7, 1946-52

9/23 - Ken Williams, 1922 (39 home runs and 37 stolen bases)

9/22 - Jack Chesbro, 41, 1904

9/21 - Jersey Joe Walcott, September 23, 1952

9/20 - Hale Irwin, 45, 1990

9/19 - Denver Nuggets, 2020

9/18 - Nolan Ryan and Randy Johnson, 6 

9/17 - Cris Carter, 1,004

9/16 - Baker Mayfield, 27, 2018

9/15 - Sonny Liston, February 25, 1964

9/14 - Howard Griffith, 8, September 22, 1990

9/13 - New York Giants, 1905

9/12 - Ted Williams, 521

9/11 - Johnny Bench, 389

9/10 - Atlanta Braves, 29, September 9, 2020

9/9 - Ryan Braun, 346

9/8 - Martina Navratilova, 9

9/7 - Chicago

9/6 - Molla Mallory, 42 years, 5 months, 1926

9/5 - New York Highlanders

9/4 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 46, April 3, 1970

9/3 - Babe Ruth, 457, 1921

9/2 - Tracy Austin, 16 years, 8 months, 1979

9/1 - Pete Rozelle, 29 years (1960-89)

August 2020

8/31 - David Klingler, 11, November 17, 1990

8/30 - Wladimir Klitschko, 4,382

8/29 - Jack Johnson, 1908

8/28 - Robin Yount, 3,142

8/27 - Vince Coleman, 110, 1985

8/26 - Johnny Vander Meer, June 11 and 15, 1938

8/25 - Luis Gonzalez, 224

8/24 - Todd Helton, 369

8/23 - Lisa Leslie, 488 

8/22 - Greg Maddux, 18

8/21 - George Mikan, 75

8/20 - Wes Ferrell, 37

8/19 - Elgin Baylor, 61, April 14, 1962

8/18 - Philadelphia

8/17 - Byron Nelson, 18, 1945

8/16 - Mike Schmidt, 548

8/15 - Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson, 18

8/14 - Carmelo Anthony, 336 

8/13 - Damian Lillard, 61

8/12 - Jack Nicklaus, 5

8/11 - 1929

8/10 - Dirk Nowitzki, 31,560

8/9 - 8, Rory McIlroy, 2012

8/8 - Joe Fulks, 23.1

8/7 - Carl Yastrzemski, 3,308

8/6 - Jamie Moyer; 47 years, 170 days; May 7, 2010

8/5 - New York City, 9

8/4 - Cap Anson

8/3 - Thomas Burke, United States, 1896

8/2 - Jackie Fields, 16, United States, 1924

8/1 - Chief Wilson, 36, 1912

July 2020

7/31 - Ed Macauley, 1951

7/30 - 1958

7/29 - Red Byron

7/28 - Duke Snider, 389

7/27 - Greg LeMond, 1986

7/26 - Benito Santiago, 34, 1987

7/25 - Seattle Mariners

7/24 - Bob Feller, April 16, 1940

7/23 - Frank Robinson, 8

7/22 - Leon Spinks, September 15, 1978

7/21 - Jim Barnes, 1916

7/20 - Jock Hutchison, 1921

7/19 - Ossie Schectman, November 1, 1946

7/18 - Tris Speaker, 792

7/17 - Babe Ruth, 1933, 3rd inning

7/16 - Dom DiMaggio, 34, 1949

7/15 - Montreal, 1969

7/14 - Jimmy Rollins, 2,306

7/13 - Fernando Tatis, April 23, 1999

7/12 - Richard Petty, 27, 1967

7/11 - Walter Johnson, 110

7/10 - Tom Watson, 5

7/9 - Alvin Robertson, 2.7

7/8 - Deandre Jordan, .669

7/7 - Don Drysdale, 19

7/6 - Willie Mays, 23

7/5 - Danica Patrick, Indy Japan 300, April 20, 2008

7/4 - May Sutton, 1905

7/3 - Horace Rawlins, 1895

7/2 - 12

7/1 - United States, 231

June 2020

6/30 - Cal Ripken Jr., 3,184

6/29 - Richard Petty, 200

6/28 - Jeff Bagwell, 449

6/27 - Trevor Berbick, November 22, 1986, WBC title

6/26 - Rick Monday, Kansas City A's

6/25 - Tony Parker, 6,829

6/24 - Vince Coleman, 110, 1985

6/23 - Mike Piazza, 396

6/22 - Giancarlo Stanton, 267

6/21 - Bill Rexford, 23, 1950

6/20 - Jimmie Johnson, 5, 2006-10

6/19 - Bill Russell, 70

6/18 - Ken Griffey Jr., 2016

6/17 - Gary Player, 9, South Africa

6/16 - Francisco Rodriguez, 62, 2008

6/15 - Barry Bonds, 39, 2001

6/14 - Isiah Thomas, 18,822

6/13 - Tim Duncan, 568

6/12 - Dirk Nowitzki, 31,560

6/11 - Nap Lajoie, 2,047

6/10 - Barry Bonds, 232, 2004

6/9 - Nancy Richey, 1968

6/8 - Luke Appling, 2,749

6/7 - Elvin Hayes, 15,551

6/6 - Jamal Crawford, 39 years old, 51 points on April 9, 2019

6/5 - Bobby Jones, 1982-83

6/4 - Chris Evert, 7

6/3 - Rickey Henderson, 93, 1988

6/2 - Detroit Tigers, 123

6/1 - Philadelphia Warriors

May 2020

5/31 - John Stockton, 14.5, 1989-90

5/30 - Mario Andretti, 1967, 78, 84

5/29 - Mike Hessman, 433

5/28 - Al Unser Sr., 47, 1987

5/27 - Sammy Sosa, 545

5/26 - Walter Johnson, 110

5/25 - Ray Harroun, 1911

5/24 - Johnny Bench, 389

5/23 - Mike Marshall, 106, 1974

5/22 - Mel Daniels, 9,494

5/21 - Boston Red Sox, 17, June 18, 1953

5/20 - Barry Bonds, .863, 2001

5/19 - Connie Hawkins, 1967-68

5/18 - Bobby Cox, 16

5/17 - Hank Aaron

5/16 - Derrick Rose, 22, 2010-11

5/15 - Bartolo Colon, 2005

5/14 - Earle Combs, 23, 1927

5/13 - Rogers Hornsby, 250, 1922

5/12 - San Diego

5/11 - Nolan Ryan, 383, 1973

5/10 - Walt Frazier, 4,791

5/9 - Boston Red Sox, 31, 1943

5/8 - Rod Carew, .334

5/7 - Elgin Baylor, 11,463

5/6 - Dick Radatz, 181, 1964

5/5 - Nolan Ryan (July 15, 1973) and Max Scherzer (October 3, 2015), 17

5/4 - Dan Issel, 2,538, 1971-72

5/3 - Don Mattingly, 238, 1986

5/2 - A.C. Green, 1,192

5/1 - Amos Rusie, 20 years, 62 days, July 31, 1891

April 2020

4/30 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 14,211

4/29 - Dwight Gooden, 20, 1985

4/28 - Al Kaline, 399

4/27 - Walter Johnson, 12

4/26 - Tom Brady, 41, Super Bowl 53

4/25 - Los Angeles Lakers, 15

4/24 - Frank Thomas, 448

4/23 - Babe Ruth, 457, 1921

4/22 - St. Louis Cardinals, 11

4/21 - Angelo Bertelli, Boston Yanks, 1944

4/20 - Fort Wayne, Indiana

4/19 - Bruce Matthews, 14

4/18 - Bill Russell, 11

4/17 - Albert Pujols (2006) and Alex Rodriguez (2007), 14

4/16 - Allen Iverson, 6'0"

4/15 - Moses Fleetwood "Fleet" Walker, Toledo Blue Stockings of the American Association (now known as the American League), May 1, 1884

4/14 - Horton Smith, 1934

4/13 - Julius Boros, 48, 1968 PGA Championship

4/12 - Dominique Wilkins, 23,292

4/11 - Tiger Woods, 2001-02

4/10 - 12

4/9 - John Havlicek, 26,395

4/8 - Ferguson Jenkins, 1991

4/7 - Harmon Killebrew, 393

4/6 - David Lighty, 157, 2006-11

4/5 - Bob Pettit, 1955-56

4/4 - Los Angeles Dodgers, 8, March 28, 2019

4/3 - David Robinson (34 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 blocks), February 17, 1994

4/2 - Jeff Fryer, 11, 1990

4/1 - Mike Trout, $426.5 million/12 years

March 2020

3/31 - Mark Wade, 18, 1987

3/30 - Loyola Marymount, 149, 1990

3/29 - UNLV, 103, 1990

3/28 - Pete Rose, 31

3/27 - Cleveland Indians, 21, April 14, 1925

3/26 - Tom Seaver, 16

3/25 - Larry Miller, 67, March 18, 1972

3/24 - Louie Dampier, 13,726

3/23 - Darryl Dawkins, 386, 1983-84

3/22 - Russell Wilson, $65 million, 2019

3/21 - Sam Bradford, 6 years/$78 million, 2010

3/20 - Brett Favre, 10 years/$100 million (extension), 2001

3/19 - Ndamukong Suh, 6 years/$114 million, 2015

3/18 - Nolan Ryan, 45 years, 65 days old, April 6, 1992

3/17 - UCLA Bruins, 31

3/16 - James Harden, 464, 2016-17

3/15 - Jerry West, 840, 1965-66

3/14 - Markus Howard, 2,761

3/13 - 50, Patrick Ewing, 1985-86, and Vince Carter, 1998-99

3/12 - 3, 1998-99 strike (32 games), 2011-12 strike (16 games), coronavirus (? games)

3/11 - Mark Jackson, 868, 1987-88

3/10 - Purdue Boilermakers, 24

3/9 - Kansas Jayhawks, 14, 2005-18

3/8 - Kansas Jayhawks, 62

3/7 - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 57,446

3/6 - Robert Parish, 1,611

3/5 - Wilt Chamberlain, 37.6, 1959-60

3/4 - Dec. 13, 1983, 370 points (Detroit 186, Denver 184 in triple overtime)

3/3 - North Carolina, 923

3/2 - Oscar Robertson, 26, 1960-61

3/1 - UCLA Bruins, 88, 1970-74

February 2020

2/29 - Giannis Antetokounmpo, 9, 2019-20

2/28 - Klay Thompson, 14, 10/29/2018

2/27 - Keith Closs, 5.87

2/26 - Bobby Hurley, 1,076

2/25 - Stephen Curry, 402, 2015-16

2/24 - John Stockton, 9, 1988-96

2/23 - Bill Chambers, 51, 2/14/1953

2/22 - Tom Gola, 2,201

2/21 - Kevin Bradshaw, 72, 1/5/1991

2/20 - Stephen Curry, 162, 2007-08

2/19 - Rick Barry, 8, 1975

2/18 - Wilt Chamberlain, 197 (13 games)

2/17 - Magic Johnson, 22, 1984

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