June 24th, 2022 features an MLB Friday with 15 games on the docket highlighted by Luis Severino‘s Yankees facing Justin Verlander‘s Astros after Aaron Judge‘s double sealed a four-run comeback for NYY. A 2021 NLCS rematch starts as Trea Turner‘s Dodgers battle Ronald Acuna‘s Braves, Alek Monoah continues his Cy Young campaign in TOR’s inter-league clash with MIL, while Philly plays San Diego. The basketball world transitions to free agency after a star-studded NBA Draft, plus NFL teams figure out roster questions as camps conclude.
See what happened in sports on June 24th last year, headlined by the Cubs tossing a combined no-hitter against reigning champion LAD, the Clippers cutting their series deficit to 2-1 with a victory vs. Phoenix as CP3 and Booker struggled, plus Tampa Bay walked off BOS to take over first place after Boston’s no-hit bid ended in the eighth inning well as what happened in sports on June 24th, 2020 ft. MLB ending their transaction freeze in preparation for a July 24th return and Cardinals RP John Brebbia undergoing Tommy John surgery.
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