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.
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