THIS DAY IN SPORTS HISTORY: 9/2
1957 – Milwaukee first baseman Frank Torre ties an MLB record by scoring six runs in a game as part of a 23-10 win over the Cubs.
1972 – For the first time since the start of the modern Olympics in 1896, a non-American wins the pole vault as East Germany’s Wolfgang Nordwig takes the gold.
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