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THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 11/8

1951 – Yankees catcher Yogi Berra wins the first of his three career MVP awards.

1966 – Orioles outfielder Frank Robinson wins the AL MVP award, making him the first player in MLB history to win both the AL and NL MVPs in his career.

1966 – President Lyndon Johnson signs anti-trust immunity to the AFL-NFL merger.

1968 – The Andrean 59ers football team completes and undefeated season with a 7-6 win over Hobart.

1970 – Saints kicker Tom Dempsey sets an NFL record by making a 63 yard field goal.

1991 – Paul Coffey sets an NHL record for a defenseman by scoring his 311th career goal.

1997 – The Tampa Bay Devil Rays hire Larry Rothschild as the first manager in franchise history.

2013 – The EC Central Cardinals win the first football sectional title in program history, beating West Side 46-44.

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