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What Happened in Sports: September 15, 2022

2020: Denver Nuggets grew to become the 1st team to comprehensive multiple 3-1 collection comebacks in 1 postseason although also remaining the 1st staff to pull off 3 double-digit comeback victories when facing elimination as they beat the Clippers to clinch the Western Convention Finals

2020: Miami Warmth C Bam Adebayo became the 1st player to block a go-ahead dunk endeavor in the closing 5 seconds of a NBA playoff recreation on Jayson Tatum, assisting the Miami Heat pull off a double-digit 4th Qtr comeback in Jap Convention Finals Video game 1

2019: Las Vegas Raiders QB Derek Carr broke Ken Stabler‘s record for the most occupation Move YDS (19,078) in franchise background. Carr carries on to shatter the Raiders document books as he carries his franchise passing record to new heights

2019: WR Julio Jones passed Roddy White (12,896) as the Atlanta Falcons all-time major Receiver on a 54-yd GW-TD from the Philadelphia Eagles during NFL Sunday Night time Soccer. Julio was traded by the Falcons considerably less than 2 a long time later with the history established at 12,896 REC YDS 

2017: Cleveland Indians extended their AL record with their 22nd and last consecutive Acquire on a stroll-off which was also the longest in 100 decades, trailing only the 1916 New York Giants’ 26 straight wins in MLB historical past

1979: Boston Pink Sox 1B Bob Watson became the 1st participant to hit for the cycle in equally the AL and NL in MLB history 

1969: St. Louis Cardinals SP Steve Carlton struck out 19 Mets to established a new MLB single-game report at the time before numerous MLB pitchers surpassed him with the new report established at 20

1963: 3 brothers (Felipe, Matty, and Jesus Alou) all took the outfield for the 1st time at any time as the San Francisco Giants beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 13-5

1938: Pittsburgh Pirates OFs Lloyd and Paul Waner became the 1st pair of brothers to strike back again-to-back HRs in MLB background

1912: Boston Red Sox SP Joe Wood attained his 16th consecutive victory 2-1 above the St. Louis Browns to tie Walter Johnson’s MLB record