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July 1, 2015
Rod Gilbert-74
Carl Lewis-54
Jarome Iginla-38
Nelson Cruz-35
Karri Ramo-29
Logan Thomas-24

Michael Wacha-24
1990: No Hitters usually are events to remember for pitchers, but Andy Hawkins of the New York Yankees throws one he would like to forget. Facing the Chicago White Sox at Comiskey Park, Hawkins does not allow a hit. However, a combination of walks and errors in the eighth inning leads to four runs, and a 4-0 loss, since Hawkins did not pitch nine innings the no hitter would not count.
1. Mike Montgomery

CG, 1 H, 0 R, 7 K

Kyle Hendricks

6 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 6 K

3. Chris Davis
MLB vs Tex
2-4, 2 HR, 4 RBI
Vancouver Bound
Team USA is one win away from laying claim to the Women's World Cup, after defeat Germany 2-0 in Montreal. The Semifinal matchup between the United States Women's National Team was in every bit a heavyweight battle as the two countries entered the game ranked 1-2 in the world, and both had won the tournament twice since it began in 1991. The Americans controlled much of the action in the first half, but were unable to break a scoreless deadlock. After halftime, Germany began to gain on the attack and had an opportunity to grab the lead when Julie Johnson committed a foul in the 59th minute. However Celia Sasic missed the penalty shot wide. Ten minutes later Team USA would get their own penalty opportunity and took the lead on a goal by Cari Lloyd. The USWNT would frustrate Germany the rest of the way and eventually added a second goal by Kelley O'Hara to clinch the win in the 84th minute.
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NBA the Early Years
As the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are fought on the court, the Sports E-cyclopedia.com is turning back the clock to the time before the 24 second clock. When shorts were tight and had belts and the two handed set shot was the ultimate weapon.
Baltimore Bullets