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THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 8/27

1911 – White Sox pitcher Ed Walsh throws a no-hitter against the Boston Red Sox.

1918 – Reds manager Christy Mathewson resigns his position in order to accept a commission as a captain in the chemical warfare branch of the Army.

1921 – The Acme Packing Company in Green Bay, Wisconsin is granted an NFL franchise.

1978 – Reds second baseman Joe Morgan becomes the first player in MLB history to record 200 career home runs and 500 career stolen bases.

1982 – Rickey Henderson sets an MLB record by stealing his 119th base of the season.

1988 – Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda picks up career victory #1,000 as LA beats the Phillies 4-2.

1990 – The start of a game between the Brewers and Blue Jays is delayed 35 minutes due to gnats.

2004 – The US men’s basketball team is upset by Argentina 89-81 in the semi-finals. Argentina would go on to win the gold while the US would take bronze.

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