Jack Nicklaus, Ted Williams, Marciano discussed on Joe Pags


Take a trip back and see what happened this week in sports history. We'll start off in 1953 and the Modern day record for most runs scored in an inning is achieved by the Boston Red Sox against the Detroit Tigers with 17 runs scored in the bottom of the seventh inning. 1954 Rocky Marciano beats Ezzard Charles in 15 rounds for the heavyweight boxing title. It was Marciano's 47th consecutive Victor label this week in 1960. Ted Williams hit his 5/100 home run. Also this week in 1960 Arnold Palmer shoots a 65 to win the US Open and Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, Colorado. It was the best final round in U. S Open history and his only US Open wind. Sticking with golf and Arnold in 1962 at the US Open at Oakmont Country Club. Jack Nicklaus wins his first major title by three strokes in an 18 hole playoff, with Arnold Palmer jumping ahead this week in 1992, the Philadelphia 76 Ers Trade Charles Barkley to the Phoenix Suns this week in 1997, the NHL announces it will add franchises in Nashville in 1998. Atlanta, 1999 in Minneapolis, ST Paul and Columbus, Ohio. In the year 2000 and this week in 2000 and six Dwayne Wade caps his magnificent playoffs with 30 cents. It's Father's day, and we need more great fathers will brag on our fathers and celebrate them. Coming up at eight on the Michael Berry Show, have a mouse. Great to have you along for the ride. Thanks for stopping by. Really glad to have this young lady on her name is Reggie Littlejohn. She is the president and founder of an organization called.

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