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May 19, 2014
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May 19
1910 Cy Young won his 500th game as the Indians defeated the Senators.
1973 Kentucky Derby winner Secretariat won the Preakness Stakes.
1974 The Philadelphia Flyers won the Stanley Cup defeating the Boston Bruins.
1979 After a bitter six-week strike, the major league baseball umpires returned to work.
1993 The New York Mets fired manager Jeff Torborg. Dallas Green was named manager.
2007 Curlin, third in the Kentucky Derby, was able to catch Street Sense at the wire to win 132nd Preakness Stakes.
2008 Lefthander Jon Lester pitched the 18th no-hitter in Red Sox history, as Boston defeated the Kansas City Royals, 7-0.
2009 The NFL awarded Super Bowl XLVII to New Orleans.
2011 President Dick Ebersol decided to leave NBC Sports after a brilliant 22-year career at the helm.
2012 Kentucky Derby winner I'll Have Another overtook pacesetter Bodemeister yards before the wire to capture the 137th Preakness Stakes.
2012 Didier Drogba scored the equalizer in the 88th minute and then buried the winning penalty kick as Chelsea claimed its first Champions League title on defeating Bayern Munich 4-3 in penalty kicks.
2012 The Rochester Knighthawks won the NLL Champions Cup defeating the Edmonton Rush, 9-6.

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