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Last Updated: April 20, 2020

This Day in Sports History (4/19/2020 – 4/25/2020)

April 19th, 1991

  • Evander Hollyfield defeated George Foreman in 12 rounds for the Heavyweight Boxing Title.

April 20th, 1912

  • Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts officially opens.

April 21st, 1995

  • The Boston Celtics play their final game at the Boston Garden.

April 22nd, 1876

  • The first National League baseball game is played. The Boston Red Stockings beat the Philadelphia Athletics 6 to 5 and the game was played in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

April 23rd, 1989

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played his final game with the Los Angeles Lakers.

April 24th, 1901

  • The First American League baseball game is played. The Chicago White Sox defeated the Cleveland Blues 8 to 2.

April 25th, 1876

  • The Chicago Cubs play their first National League baseball game against the Louisville Grays. The Cubs beat the Grays 4 to 0 which was the first shutout in National League history.

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