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What’s Happening in Sports: July 30, 2021

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July 30th, 2021 features two big-time matchups as the top two teams in the AL East compete, with the Rays looking to make up ground on the division-leading Red Sox while out west. Michael Brantley of the AL West-leading Astros takes on Kevin Gausman and the NL West-leading Giants. PG Cade Cunningham was picked first overall in the 2021 NBA Draft by the Pistons. Rookie QB Zach Wilson signed his rookie deal with the Jets after missing the first two days of training camp.

See what happened in sports on July 30th last year, headlined by LeBron and the Lakers defeating the Clippers as the NBA returned after its 5-month break. This daily sports article includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, top performances of the day, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history. 

More content will be uploaded throughout the day. 

A Royal extra inning Win in KC

The Trop can’t faze LaMahieu

Familiar faces meet again in GB

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NFL: S Darnell Savage Jr, Green Bay Packers (turns 24)

NFL: DL James Smith-Williams, Washington Football Team (24)

NFL: LB Cole Holcomb, Washington Football Team (25)

NFL: OL Lucas Patrick, Green Bay Packers (25)

NFL: TE Tyler Conklin, Minnesota Vikings (26)

MLB: P Jake Faria, Arizona Diamondbacks (28)

MLB: 1B Jared Walsh, Los Angeles Angels (28)

NFL: LB AJ Klein, Buffalo Bills (30)

MLB: RP Jesse Hahn, Kansas City Royals (32)

NBA: SF Chris Mullin, Hall of Fame (58)

2019: Cincinnati Reds acquired SP Trevor Bauer, Cleveland Indians acquired OFs Yasiel Puig and Franmil Reyes, and the San Diego Padres acquired OF prospect Taylor Trammell in a 3-team deal [PSO Evaluation]

2015: Toronto Blue Jays acquired SP David Price from the Detroit Tigers for 3 players including SPs Daniel Norris and Matthew Boyd

2015: Milwaukee Brewers traded SP Mike Fiers and OF Carlos Gomez to the Houston Astros for 4 players including RP Josh Hader and OF Domingo Santana

2013: Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox, and Boston Red Sox completed a 7-player trade that involved SP Jake Peavy, OF Avisail Garcia, and 2B Jose Iglesias

2005: NBA officially decided to end direct high school entrance, forcing NBA prospects to spend at least one year in college (or elsewhere) before entering the draft, giving rise to the one-and-done era

1990: MLB Commissioner Fay Vincent officially ordered George Steinbrenner to resign as a principal partner of the New York Yankees 

1978: In a 19-0 demolition of the Atlanta Braves, the Montreal Expos collected 28 hits, tied an NL record with 8 HRs, and broke an 85-year-old MLB record with 58 total bases

1959: In his MLB debut, future HOF 1B Willie McCovey recorded 4 hits in 4 at-bats with 2 triples in a 7-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies

1874: The Boston Red Stockings and Philadelphia Athletics became the very 1st baseball teams to play outside of the US, traveling to the British Isles to play a few exhibition games

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