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** Major League Baseball-Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig called off games for one day, extending cancellations for three days, then all games through September 16 were postponed.
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** Clay Buchholz, Major League Baseball Pitcher
** Major Edmund Lockyer arrives at King George Sound to take possession of the western part of Australia, establishing a settlement near Albany.
** The United States Army suspends Gene C. McKinney, Sergeant Major of the Army, its top-ranking enlisted soldier, after hearing allegations of sexual misconduct.
** A military coup in Sierra Leone replaces President Ahmad Tejan Kabbah with Major Johnny Paul Koromah.
** Planes piloted by Major Harold Geiger and Horace Meek Hickam, students at the Air Corps Tactical School, collide in mid-air at Langley Field, Virginia.
** Mariano Rivera, Panamanian Major League Baseball player
** Kasey Keller, American Major League Soccer player
** Joe Randa, American Major League Baseball player and radio talk-show host
** Jack Fisher, former American Major League baseball pitcher
** Rich Garcia, American Major League Baseball Umpire
** John Major, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
** Members of the Provisional Irish Republican Army shoot and kill Major Michael Dillon-Lee and Private William Robert Davies of the British Army.
** Major League Soccer kicks off in front of an overflow crowd of 31, 683 packed in Spartan Stadium, to witness the historic first game.
** Bump Hadley, Major League Baseball pitcher ( b. 1904 )
** Giovanni Carrara, Venezuelan Major League Baseball player
** Sammy Sosa, Dominican Major League Baseball player
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** Récord, a Mexican sports newspaper
** Rafael Vidal, Venezuelan swimmer and sports commentator ( d. 2005 )
** Jim Rome, American sports T. V.
** Sigfrid Edström, Swedish sports official ( b. 1870 )
** Dave MacDonald, sports car driver ( b. 1936 )
** Jon Miller, American sports announcer
** Johan Derksen, Dutch footballer and sports journalist
** David Coleman, British TV sports broadcaster
** Rob Pelinka, American sports agent
** Mel Allen, American sports reporter ( d. 1996 )
** John Facenda, American sports announcer ( d. 1984 )
** István Gyulai, Hungarian sports official ( d. 2006 )
** Gene Autry, American actor, singer, and sports team owner ( b. 1907 )
** Jim Nantz, American sports announcer
** Linda Cohn, American sports reporter
** Gary Lineker, English footballer and sports presenter
** Doug Russell, American sports media personality
** Sam DeLuca, American football offensive lineman and sports broadcaster ( d. 2011 )
** Max Robertson, British sports commentator ( d. 2009 )
** Teddy Wakelam, English sports broadcaster and rugby union player ( d. 1963 )
** Toronto Argonauts, the oldest professional sports team still playing in North America
** Dan Shulman, Canadian sports announcer

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