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This Day in Sports History (11/10/2019 – 11/16/2019)
November 10th, 1940
- The Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers play a penalty free NFL game.
November 11th, 2003
- Roy Halladay of the Toronto Blue Jays wins the American League Cy Young Award.
November 12th, 1892
- Pudge Heffelfinger receives a $500.00 payment to become the first professional football player.
November 13th, 1985
- Dwight Gooden of the New York Mets is the youngest Major League Baseball player to win 20 games and is awarded the National League Cy Young Award on this day.
November 14th, 1943
- The Chicago Bears quarterback, Sid Luckman, throws for 7 touchdowns against the New York Giants as the Chicago Bears defeated the New York Giants 56-7.
November 15th, 1960
- Elgin Baylor of the Los Angeles Lakers scores 71 points against the New York Knicks.
November 16th, 1926
- The New York Rangers play their first hockey game as they defeated the Montreal Maroons 1-0.
Written by: David Green