Compiled By PAUL MONTELLA
By The Associated Press
1914 -- Babe Ruth makes his major league pitching debut for the Boston Red Sox against Cleveland, getting the 4-3 victory over the Indians.
1950 -- Red Schoendienst hits a home run in the 14th inning to give the NL a 4-3 victory in the All-Star game.
1967 -- Tony Perez homers in the 15th inning off Catfish Hunter to give the National League a 2-1 win in the longest game in All-Star history.
1979 -- Renaldo Nehemiah of the United States sets a Pan American Games record in the 110 hurdles with a time of 13.20 seconds.
1981 -- Britain's Sebastian Coe breaks his own world record in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 2:12.18 in a meet in Oslo, Norway. Seven runners shatter the 3-minute, 51-second barrier in the mile led by Steve Ovett at 3:49.25. Steve Scott finishes third and sets an American record in 3:49.68.
1985 -- Nolan Ryan of the Houston Astros becomes the first pitcher in major league history to reach 4,000 strikeouts when he fans New York's Danny Heep in the sixth inning.
1992 -- Treboh Joe, a 9-year-old gelding, makes harness racing history by losing his 162nd consecutive race. Treboh Joe finishes fourth to break the North American record of 161 straight losses held by Shiaway Moses.
1993 -- Alain Prost gets his 50th Formula One victory by taking the British Grand Prix.
1993 -- Jack Nicklaus sinks a birdie putt on the 16th hole to inch ahead of Tom Weiskopf and win the U.S. Senior Open by one stroke. Nicklaus finishes with a 72-hole total of 6-under 278.
1995 -- Maryland quarterback Scott Milanovich, the most prolific passer in school history, is suspended for eight games by the NCAA for gambling on college sports.
2006 -- With the American League down to its final strike, Michael Young hits a two-run triple off Trevor Hoffman for a 3-2 victory to keep the Americans unbeaten in Major League Baseball's All-Star game for the past decade.
2008 -- Spanish cyclist Manuel Beltran tests positive for the performance-enhancer EPO and is immediately kicked out of the Tour de France and suspended by his team, Liquigas.
2011 -- So Yeon Ryu wins the U.S. Women's Open, defeating Hee Kyung Seo by three shots in a three-hole playoff. Ryu becomes the fifth South Korean to win the Open and the fourth in the last seven years.
1901 -- Cy Young of the Boston Red Sox wins his 300th game with a 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia A's.
1930 -- Bobby Jones wins the U.S. Open. Jones, who also won the British Open, the American Amateur and the British Amateur, becomes the only golfer to take all four events in the same year.
1954 -- The Major League Baseball Players Association is founded.
1964 -- Mickey Wright wins the U.S. Women's Open for the fourth time by defeating Ruth Jessen by two strokes in a playoff.
1980 -- Mary Decker has her fourth record-setting performance of the year, setting an American mark in the 1,500-meter run with a time of 4:01.17 at an international meet at Stuttgart.
1995 -- Noureddine Morceli of Algeria shatters his world record for 1,500 meters at the Nikaia Grand Prix in Nice, France, with a time of 3:27.37. It is the second world record for Morceli in 10 days.
1998 -- France wins soccer's World Cup, beating heavily favored Brazil 3-0 in the championship match.
1999 -- The U.S. men's basketball team wins its sixth straight World University Games gold medal and 40th straight game -- both records -- by routing Yugoslavia 79-65 in the final.
2005 -- Miguel Tejada and Mark Teixeira lead the American League to a 7-5 win over the National League in Detroit for its eighth straight win. Tejada, the game's MVP, homers off John Smoltz to start the scoring and Teixeira adds a two-run drive off Dontrelle Willis.
2009 -- Eun Hee Ji of South Korea sinks a 20-foot birdie putt on the 72nd hole, finishing off an even-par 71 to win the U.S. Women's Open. Ji makes three birdies over the final six holes to finish at even-par 284. Candie Kung of Taiwan shoots a 2-under 69 to finish second at 1-over 285.
2012 -- Every country competing at the London Games includes female athletes for the first time in Olympic history after Saudi Arabia agreed to send two women to compete in judo and track and field.
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