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THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 10/17

1960 – The National League officially awards franchises to New York and Houston.

1982 – Robin Yount becomes the first player in MLB history to have two four hit games in the World Series.

1985 – The Yankees hire Lou Pinella as manager.

1987 – The first indoor World Series game is held in the MetroDome in Minnesota.

1988 – The Yankees fire Lou Pinella as manager.

1991 – Paul Coffey of the Pittsburgh Penguins becomes the highest scoring defenseman in NHL history after an assist gives him 1,053 career points.

2000 – Colorado Avalanche goaltender Patrick Roy records career win #448, giving him the most in NHL history.

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