Coors Light Cold Hard Facts

Roger Federer became the fifth man to win 70 matches at the US Open in the Open era.

Todd Gurley became the second player in Georgia history with multiple 100-yard kickoff returns in his career.

Nebraska set a new Big Ten record with 784 total yards against Florida Atlantic.

UCLA became the first team to score three defensive touchdowns in a quarter since East Carolina in 2009.

Jorge Soler is the third MLB player since 1900 with three home runs in his first three games, after he joined teammate Javier Baez and Joe Cunningham (1954).

David Price becomes the first pitcher to allow nine straight hits in a game since Bob Forsch (Houston) gave up nine against Cincinnati on Aug. 3, 1989.

David Price surrendered nine straight hits in a loss on Wednesday, marking the most consecutive hits ever allowed by a former Cy Young Award winner.

Tim Hudson joins CC Sabathia and Bartolo Colon as the only active pitchers with 200 career wins and 2,000 strikeouts.

Clayton Kershaw and Sandy Koufax are the only Dodgers to have at least two streaks of three straight games with 10 or more strikeouts since the team moved to Los Angeles.

Billy Hamilton becomes the first Reds player with 50 stolen bases in a season since Deion Sanders had 56 in 1997.

Georgia State defeated Abilene Christian on Wednesday, snapping a 16-game losing streak and earning its first win as an FBS school.

Madison Bumgarner recorded a National League-best sixth double-digit strikeout game this season (Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke and Stephen Strasburg each have five).

Mike Napoli hit his fourth 450-foot home run at Rogers Centre (most of any visiting player in last nine seasons).

Rick Porcello set a career high with his 15th win this season. The victory put him level with teammate Max Scherzer for the American League lead.

Jose Bautista became the third player in Blue Jays history to have five straight 25-home run seasons. The others are Carlos Delgado (nine) and Joe Carter (six).

Kevin Love is one of eight players to average 19 points per game and 12 rebounds per game. The other seven players are in the Hall of Fame.

American CiCi Bellis became the youngest woman (15) to win a US Open match after she beat 12th seed Dominika Cibulkova, since Anna Kournikova in 1996.

Tell us what you think!

Take Survey Now » No Thanks »