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1956 - Dale Long of the Pittsburgh Pirates hits a home run in his eighth consecutive game for a major league record. Long connects off Brooklyn's Carl Erskine at Forbes Field.

1957 - NL approves baseball's Brooklyn Dodgers' & NY Giants' move to the US west coast.

1958 - European Cup Final, Brussels: Francisco Gento scores the winner in extra time as Real Madrid beats AC Milan, 3-2; 3rd consecutive title for Los Blancos.

1969 - European Cup Final, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid: AC Milan striker Pierino Prati scores 3 in 4-1 win over Ajax; second title for I Rossoneri.

1975 - 19th European Cup: Bayern Munich beats Leeds United 2-0 at Paris.

1978 - Al Unser wins his third Indianapolis 500, the fifth driver to do so, edging Tom Sneva by 8.19 seconds.

1980 - 24th European Cup: Nottingham Forest beats Hamburg 1-0 at Madrid.

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2000 - Dutch swimming star Inge de Bruijn sets her third world record in three days, adding the 100 freestyle mark to the 50 and 100 butterfly marks she set previously at the Sheffield Super Grand Prix. De Bruijn becomes the first swimmer to finish under 54.00 in the 100 freestyle at 53.80 seconds.

2003 - Patrick Roy officially announces his retirement from the NHL.

2003 - 11th UEFA Champions League Final: Milan beats Juventus (0-0, 3-2 on penalties) at Manchester.

2006 - Sam Hornish Jr. overcomes a disastrous mistake in the pits and a pair of Andrettis - Marco and father Michael - to win the second-closest Indianapolis 500 ever, by .0635 seconds.

2006 - Barry Bonds hits his 715th home run during the San Francisco Giants' 6-3 loss to the Colorado Rockies to slip past Babe Ruth and pull in behind Hank Aaron and his long-standing record of 755.

2007 - Duke has an almost unfathomable comeback fall short in a 12-11 loss to Johns Hopkins in the NCAA lacrosse championship game. The Blue Devils never finished their 2006 season, and then make it all the way back to the title game.

2011 - Novak Djokovic extends his perfect start to the season at the French Open, beating Juan Martin del Potro 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 for his 40th straight victory this year. Djokovic's 40-0 start to 2011 is the second-best opening streak in the Open era, which started in 1968.

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