What Happened in Sports: June 7, 2022

June 7th, 2022 was highlighted by the Phillies shockingly breaking Josh Hader’s scoreless appearance streak at 40 thanks to back-to-back bombs from Bohm and Vierling en route to a fifth straight win. The Angels fired Joe Maddon after their losing streak reached 12, Marcus Semien had a doubleheader for the ages, and Jazz Chisholm made Marlins history with a Grand Slam. Reds rookies Hunter Greene and Graham Ashcraft set records for dominance, Taylor Walls walked off STL in the 10th, while Eli White added to his list of web gems. 

See what happened in sports on June 7th last year, headlined by Brooklyn winning a Playoff game by the largest margin in franchise history by thrashing the Bucks without James Harden, Phoenix using an all-around team effort to down Denver in Game 1, and Tom Thibodeau winning NBA’s Coach of the Year award as well as what happened in sports on June 7th, 2020 ft. the NBA releasing its plan for replacing sick/injured players in the bubble and eight years to the day of LeBron‘s legendary ECF Game 6 performance in Boston.

WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS OVERVIEW: This daily sports post includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history.

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Jun 07, 2022
Philadelphia Phillies picked up their 5th straight win since firing Manager Joe Girardi as they handed Josh Hader his 1st & 2nd allowed Run of 2022 on back-to-back jacks from Alec Bohm & Matt Vierling in the 9th inning to turn a 2-1 deficit into a 3-2 win at Milwaukee

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Jun 07, 2022
Los Angeles Angels fired 2016 World Series-winning Manager (with CHC) Joe Maddon after a 130-148 tenure since 2020 including a 27-29 record during 2022 amidst an 12-game losing streak

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FIGHTIN’ PHILLS ON FIRE

 

WHAT A WALK OFF IN TAMPA

 

ANOTHER ELI WHITE PLAY

 

LONGEST THROWS SINCE ’16

 

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Jun 07, 2022
Josh Hader recorded the t-most consecutive scoreless GP (40) in MLB history before allowing 2 HR to Philadelphia on June 7, 2022

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Jun 07, 2022
No team has ever made the Playoffs after suffering a losing streak of 12+ games that season in MLB history

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Jun 07, 2022
Los Angeles Angels lost the t-most consecutive games (13) by a team that entered the streak 10+ games above .500 in MLB history, tying the 1985 Cubs

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Jun 07, 2022
Marcus Semien is the 1st MLB player to record 3+ HR with 7+ Hits or 2+ SB during 1 day since HOF Joe Morgan in 1973

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Jun 07, 2022
Jazz Chisholm is the 1st player to hit a Grand Slam on a 3-0 count in Miami Marlins history

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Jun 07, 2022
Cincinnati Reds are the 1st team to have rookies (Hunter Greene & Graham Ashcraft) record 6+ IP/0 Runs/0 BB during consecutive games in MLB history

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MLB Tuesday

7:10 PM: St. Louis Cardinals (32-23) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (31-23) 

7:40 PM: New York Yankees (39-15) vs. Minnesota Twins (32-24) 

8:10 PM: Los Angeles Dodgers (35-19) vs. Chicago White Sox (25-27)

8:10 PM: Philadelphia Phillies (25-29) vs. Milwaukee Brewers (33-23)

9:38 PM: Boston Red Sox (28-27) vs. Los Angeles Angels (27-29)

9:40 PM: New York Mets (38-19) vs. San Diego Padres (33-22) 

*All game times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)*

NFL: RB David Montgomery, Chicago Bears (turns 25)

NFL: WR Jalen Guyton, Los Angeles Chargers (25)

NFL: RB Christian McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers (26)

NBA: SF Danuel House, Free Agent (29)

MLB: SP Vince Velasquez, Chicago White Sox (30)

NBA: PG Jordan Clarkson, Utah Jazz (30)

NBA: PG Allen Iverson, Hall of Fame (47)

2015: LeBron James’ 39-point triple-double along with Matthew Dellavedova‘s notable defense to hold Steph Curry to 5-23 FG & GW-FTs led Cleveland to a memorable NBA Finals Game 2 win over the Warriors in the 2nd straight OT game

2012: One of the most legendary performances of LeBron James’ career occurred in Eastern Conference Finals Game 6 with the Miami Heat trailing 3-2 in the series against the Boston Celtics when King James responded with 45 points & 15 rebounds in a must-win to blowout Boston

1998: Chicago Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz 96-54 in Game 3 for the most lopsided victory in NBA Finals history. Utah’s 54 points are also the lowest ever by any NBA team in a Finals game

1995: Led by G Kenny Smith’s NBA Finals record (at the time) 7 3PM, the Houston Rockets came back from a 20-point deficit to defeat the Orlando Magic in OT in Game 1. Houston went on to sweep the Magic for their 2nd consecutive Championship

1993: New Jersey Nets SG Drazen Petrovich, who earned All-NBA 3rd Team honors the previous season and a member of the Croatian national team, was involved in a car accident in Germany and passed away

1978: Washington Bullets (now Wizards) won NBA Finals Game 7 to win their 1st & only Championship in franchise history

1966: New York Mets passed on future OF Reggie Jackson to select C Steve Chilcott with the 1st overall pick in the draft. Chilcott would become the very 1st #1 pick to never make an MLB appearance as he spent 6 years in the minors while “Mr. October” became a 1st ballot HOF

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