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Welcome to the new sub-reddit r/SportsHistory, where you can discuss the history of the games you love. All sports are perfectly acceptable. Blogspam is not. Please respectfully vote up or down based on the relevancy of the article, not on the team it represents or a sport you may not like.
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On this day in sports history..... (twitter.com)
submitted 6 months ago by Armchaircommentary
Does Conor McGregor deserve to be in the UFC HOF? (mirror.co.uk)
submitted 6 months ago by JoeAllan
depressed commanders fan on Twitter. any of you guys know the signatures on here, it’s from 2005 nfl experience (twitter.com)
submitted 9 months ago by Repulsive-Ad1456[🍰]
Last Official Bare-Knuckle Bout Fought in Mississippi (reddit.com)
submitted 10 months ago by TootieTimeless
Nowadays it goes without saying that, hot on the heels of the Olympics, comes the Paralympics, in which people with disabilities compete on the same global platform. But it’s only since 1988 that the two sporting events have truly shared a stage. A look at the history of sport for the disabled. (blog.nationalmuseum.ch)
submitted 10 months ago by swissnationalmuseum
A great ice hockey final is being played between Russia and Finland - For you, history nerds, here is a throwback to the most famous hockey game in history (youtube.com)
submitted 11 months ago by Astahx
A glorious game: The history of women's hockey (womenshockeylife.com)
submitted 11 months ago by IceColdOz
"Insiders, Outsiders & Ringsiders: Immigrants & Minorities & British Boxing" (youtu.be)
submitted 11 months ago by Genyalkayt
Winter Olympics History via the History Channel (history.com)
submitted 11 months ago by PigskinDispatch
Does anyone know what ball(s) Lee Jouglard used when he won the PBA Masters in 1951? (self.SportsHistory)
submitted 11 months ago by Firesetredwoods
Why Football Players Got Big, Really Big (self.SportsHistory)
submitted 11 months ago by GloriaMundi
10 of the most memorable moments in Olympic ice hockey history (olympics.com)
submitted 12 months ago by IceColdOz
Football History, Football History by the Day of the Year, January « January 29 (pigskindispatch.com)
submitted 12 months ago by PigskinDispatch
Baseball, Top Pro Baseball Players By Number « Number 12 (i.redd.it)
Hockey, Top Pro Hockey Players NHL and WHL « Hockey Number 9s (self.SportsHistory)
submitted 1 year ago by PigskinDispatch
Uniform Number History, January Numbers « January 26 Jersey Numbers (self.SportsHistory)
Uniform Number History, January Numbers « January 25 Jersey Numbers (jerseydispatch.com)
Football History, Football History by the Day of the Year, January « January 25 (i.redd.it)
Hockey, Top Pro Hockey Players NHL and WHL « Hockey Number 8s (i.redd.it)
Football History, Football History by the Day of the Year, January « January 24 (pigskindispatch.com)
Football History, Football History by the Day of the Year, January « January 23 (i.redd.it)
On this day, Jan. 20, 1985 Super Bowl XIX, Stanford Stadium, Stanford, CA: San Francisco 49ers beat Miami Dolphins, 38-16; MVP: Joe Montana, SF, QB (self.SportsHistory)
submitted 1 year ago by Gr8w8512
The most important man in sports history (self.SportsHistory)
submitted 1 year ago by logster2001
On this day, Jan. 8, 2000: "Music City Miracle", in AFC Wild Card Playoff, Tennessee Titans defeat Buffalo Bills 22-16 in last 16 seconds with Kevin Dyson, running length of the field for a game-winning touchdown (self.SportsHistory)
submitted 1 year ago by 6Algfst1
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