��� THIS DATE IN SPORTS HISTORY | INDIANA SPORTS PAGE Athletics | iHigh.com

CONTENTS

SPORTS

OTHER

MEDIA

IHIGH LINKS

Home » Athletics News

THIS DATE IN SPORTS HISTORY

May 26, 2014
INDIANA SPORTS PAGE



May 26
1929 Giants' Pat Crawford and Lies Bell of the Braves both hit grand slams in pinch-hitting appearances as New York beats Boston, 15-9.
1988 The Edmonton Oliers defeated the Boston Bruins to win the NHL Stanley Cup.
1990 Don Baylor, the only California Angels player to win the American League Most Valuable Player Award [1979], was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame.
2004 In the second game of a twin bill at Comiskey Park, Frank Catalanotto became the first Toronto Blue Jays player to collect six hits in one game.
2006 Brandon Webb became the first Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher to start the season 8-0.
2008 Syracuse won its 10th lacrosse national championship with a 13-10 victory over John Hopkins.
2009 The Edmonton Oilers named Pat Quinn their new head coach.
2009 Maxime Talbot registered a goal and two assists, as the Pittsburgh Penguins swept the Carolina Hurricanes and captured its second straight Eastern Conference crown with a 4-1 win at RBC Center.
2011 LeBron James and Dwyane Wade rallied the Heat from a late deficit and carried Miami into the NBA Finals with an 83-80 victory over the Chicago Bulls in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.
2011 New York Islanders center Doug Weight announced his retirement.
2012 The Arizona Diamondbacks signed catcher Miguel Montero to a five-year contract extension worth $60 million.
2013 Brazil's Tony Kanaan won his first Indianapolis 500.

Tags INDIANA SPORTS PAGE • Publisher
Rate This Article
Thanks for rating this article!
Share This Article  
Facebook
Google
» Be the first to leave a comment
Comments (0)

Announcements

Partner


Partner