Coors Light Cold Hard Facts
Rory McIlroy is the third player in the Masters era to win three majors before turning 26, joining Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.
Rickie Fowler is the first player to finish in the top five in each of the season's first three majors since Tiger Woods in 2005.
Mike Trout became the third player to get two extra-base hits in an All-Star Game before turning 23. (Ted Williams and Ken Griffey Jr.).
Max Scherzer became the first Tigers pitcher to win an All-Star Game since Hall-of-Famer Jim Bunning did in 1957.
Yasiel Puig became the first player to strike out three times in an All-Star Game since Dan Uggla in 2008. The record is four, set by Roberto Clemente in 1967.
Félix Hernández became the first Mariners pitcher to make an All-Star start since Randy Johnson in 1997.
Derek Jeter has the second-highest batting average in All-Star Game history (.481); Charlie Gehringer ranks first at .500.
Miguel Cabrera became the first Tigers player to hit a homerun in an All-Star Game since Lou Whitaker in 1986.
40-year-old Derek Jeter became the oldest player to get two hits in an All-Star Game. Carl Yastrzemski held the previous record at age 39.
Germany has won its first World Cup title since 1990, making it the third country to win four World Cup titles.
Argentina trailed for just seven minutes in the 2014 World Cup.
Lionel Messi became the fifth consecutive Golden Ball winner who did not win the World Cup.
Madison Bumgarner became the second pitcher in MLB history with two grand slams in a season. The other is Tony Cloninger of the 1966 Braves.
Miroslav Klose finished the tournament with 16 career World Cup goals, the most of any player in history.
Germany is the first European country to win a World Cup in the Americas, where South American countries had won the previous seven World Cups.
Jose Abreu became the first rookie since Ted Williams in 1939 to record his 50th extra-base hit in 81 games or fewer.
Cleveland teams have played a combined 141 seasons since its last major sports championship (the 1964 Browns), which marks the longest active drought of any city.
LeBron James is the first player in NBA history to change teams twice after averaging at least 27 points per game the previous season.
LeBron James played seven seasons in Cleveland from 2003-10 and left as the franchise leader in win shares, points scored and minutes played.