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What Happened in Sports: October 26, 2022

What Happened in Sports: October 26, 2022

October 26, 2022 was highlighted by the Eagles giving up a 4th round pick for CHI EDGE Robert Quinn. Paolo Banchero set a bunch of records, including most points (120) scored through five games by a teenager. STL re-signed 41-year-old SP Wainwright to a final season, as he will end his 19-season career after 2023. Giannis picked up where he left off, as he became the first player to have 85+ PTS with 70+ FG% in two games. LAL has a 22.3 3P%, the lowest in four games ever (min 125 3PA). MIA’s Brandon Jones tore his ACL and is done for the year.

See what happened in sports on this day in recent years:

– October 26, 2021: Atlanta won historic World Series Game 1, Russell Westbrook‘s best game in LA so far, and more!

– October 26, 2020: The Rams dominated Chicago on MNF, Odell Beckham announced his first torn ACL, and more!

– October 26, 2019: Bregman‘s Grand Slam, Giannis forced OT vs. Miami, Trae Young‘s step-back dagger, and more!

WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS OVERVIEWThese posts showcase everything you need to see in pro sports all in one place EVERY DAY. This includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history.

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Oct 26, 2022
Philadelphia Eagles acquired EDGE Robert Quinn from the Chicago Bears for a 2023 4th Rd Pick with Chicago picking up $7.1M of the $7.8M 2023 salary with non-guaranteed $14M & $13M salaries in line for 2023 & 2024

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Oct 26, 2022
Paolo Banchero set NBA records as he continued his dominant scoring to start a player’s career

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Oct 26, 2022
St. Louis Cardinals re-signed 41-year-old SP Adam Wainwright to a 1-year deal for the 2023 season which will be the final season of his 19-year career

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Oct 26, 2022
Miami Dolphins starting S Brandon Jones suffered a torn ACL during SNF and will miss the rest of the 2022 season

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CAVS CATCHING BODIES

 

COLLINS CAME IN CLUTCH

 

BONES BEHIND THE BACK

 

LAURI WITH THE POSTER

 

Renteria walk-off won it all OTD

Yankees started a dynasty OTD

Yanks won Subway Series OTD

“Black Sox” curse ended OTD

Iconic Game 6 walk-off HR OTD

MJ & other HOF’s debuts OTD

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Oct 26, 2022
Paolo Banchero has the most PTS (120) through 5 games by a teenager in NBA history

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Oct 26, 2022
Paolo Banchero had the most consecutive games (5) with 20+ PTS to start a career in Orlando Magic history

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Oct 26, 2022
Paolo Banchero has the most PTS (120) through a player’s 1st 5 career games in NBA history since 1992 Shaquille O’Neal

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Oct 26, 2022
Paolo Banchero is the 1st player with 120+ PTS/35+ REB/15+ AST through the 1st 5 career games in NBA history since 1982 Dominique Wilkins

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Oct 26, 2022
Giannis Antetokounmpo is the 1st player with 85+ PTS & 70+ FG% over a 2-game span in NBA history since 1991

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Oct 26, 2022
Los Angeles Lakers have the lowest 3P% (22.3) over any 4-game span in NBA history [min 125 3PA]

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Oct 26, 2022
October 26, 1996: Securing their 23rd World Series title, the Yankees defeated the Braves to complete their postseason run with a historic 8-0 road record that officially began the most recent MLB dynasty as they won 4 titles in 5 years (lost 1997 ALDS)

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Oct 26, 2022
October 26, 1997: Florida Marlins won World Series Game 7 over the Cleveland Indians by a score of 3-2 in 11 innings to capture their 1st championship in just their 5th season as Edgar Renteria hit the 4th World Series Game 7 walk-off of all-time

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Oct 26, 2022
October 26, 2000: New York Yankees defeated the New York Mets 4-2 to win the “Subway Series” in 5 games to capture their 3rd consecutive championship as Derek Jeter won his only World Series MVP award

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Oct 26, 2022
October 26, 2005: Sweeping the Houston Astros, the Chicago White Sox secured their 1st World Series title since 1917, before the “Black Sox” scandal in 1919

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NBA Wednesday

*All game times listed are in Eastern Standard Time (EST)*

MLB: SP Luis Patino, Tampa Bay Rays (turns 23)

NFL: WR Shi Smith, Carolina Panthers (24)

MLB: RP Dominic Leone, Free Agent (31)

MLB: RP Danny Coulombe, Minnesota Twins (33)

NFL: CB Dre Kirkpatrick, Free Agent (33)

NFL: P Marquette King, Last played in 2018 (34)

NBA: SG Monta Ellis, Retired after 2017 (37)

2018: Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Boston Red Sox in the longest World Series game ever (18 innings) as they won Game 3 3-2 on a walk-off HR from 1B Max Muncy to end Nathan Eovaldi‘s 6 scoreless innings in extras after he also pitched Games 1-2

2005: Sweeping the Houston Astros, the Chicago White Sox secured their 1st World Series title since 1917 — before the “Black Sox” scandal in 1919

2000: New York Yankees defeated the New York Mets 4-2 to win the “Subway Series” in 5 games to capture their 3rd consecutive championship as Derek Jeter won his only World Series MVP award

1998: New York Mets C Mike Piazza signed the richest contract (7y/$91 million) in MLB history at the time as he further solidified himself as the best offensive Catcher of all-time during his time in NY

1997: Florida Marlins won World Series Game 7 over the Cleveland Indians by a score of 3-2 in 11 innings to capture their 1st championship in just their 5th season as Edgar Renteria hit the 4th World Series Game 7 walk-off of all-time

1996: Securing their 23rd World Series title, the New York Yankees defeated the Atlanta Braves to complete their postseason run with a historic 8-0 road record that officially began the most recent MLB dynasty as they won 4 titles in 5 years (lost 1997 ALDS)

1991: Minnesota Twins OF Kirby Puckett hit an iconic walk-off HR in World Series Game 6 against the Braves to force a Game 7 where Minnesota won their 2nd championship since moving to MIN in 1961

1984: HOF SG Michael Jordan, PF Charles Barkley, and PG John Stockton all made their NBA debuts in victories for the Chicago Bulls, Philadelphia 76ers, and Utah Jazz as part of the legendary 1984 draft class that also included Hakeem Olajuwon (10/27 debut)

1982: Philadelphia Phillies SP Steve Carlton became the 1st Pitcher to win 4 Cy Young Awards in MLB history. Since then, only Roger Clemens (7) and Randy Johnson (5) have surpassed Carlton while Greg Maddux tied him (4)

1980: St. Louis Cardinals defense tortured QB Bert Jones and the Baltimore Colts’ OL for an NFL-record 12 sacks

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