The SportsLifer Top 50 Countdown (11-20)

The SportsLifer countdown of momentous events attended continues this week with the fourth installment, numbers 11-20. Baseball dominates the top 50 more than any other sport, and this segment includes record-setting moments by Barry Bonds, Jim Hickman, Roger Clemens and Eric Young.

We’ll conclude next week with the SportsLifer Top Ten. Don’t miss it.

And readers, it would be great to hear your own lists.

20. Yankees hit 8 home runs to equal team record for one game, beat White Sox 16-3, Yankee Stadium, 2007

19. Yankees and Tigers play to 3-3, 19-inning tie, second game of twi-night doubleheader, 1968

18. Rockies outscore Dodgers 16-15, 10 home runs, Eric Young steals 6 bases, Coors Field, 1996

17. Thurman Munson and Carlton Fisk brawl at home plate, Red Sox edge Yankees 3-2, Fenway Park, 1973

16. El Duque Hernandez tames Padres 9-3, Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada homer, game 2, 1998 World Series

15.
Roger Clemens beats Cardinals 5-2 for 300th win, also gets 4,000th career strikeout, 2003

14. Follow Tiger Woods, others, at first round of U.S. Open Golf tournament, Winged Foot, 2006

13. Dolphins defeat Patriots 16-13 in overtime at Miami’s Orange Bowl on night John Lennon is shot, 1980

12. Outfielder Jim Hickman hits for natural cycle for Mets who defeat Cardinals 7-3 at Polo Grounds, 1963

11. Giants’ Barry Bonds hits home run #756, breaks Hank Aaron’s record, San Francisco, 2007

Special Category:

Ran a press conference on IBM scouting technology called “Advance Scout” at NBA All-Star game in Oakland, 2000

First installment: 41-50. includes the St. Louis Hawks, Holy Cross, and a Ranger rout.

Second installment: 31-40. stars Lew Alcindor, The Mick, and the Boston Marathon.

Third installment: (21-30), recalls the play of Willie Mays, Joe Namath and Lawrence Taylor and others.

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2 Comments on “The SportsLifer Top 50 Countdown (11-20)”

  1. […] Fourth installment, (11-20). includes record-setting moments by Barry Bonds, Jim Hickman, Roger Clemens and Eric Young. […]


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