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October 2006 in sports

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31 October 2006 (Tuesday)

30 October 2006 (Monday)

29 October 2006 (Sunday)

28 October 2006 (Saturday)

  • Basketball: Red Auerbach, who coached the Boston Celtics to eight straight titles from 1959–66, dies at the age of 89. He was the team's president up until his death, winning a total of 16 championships; nine as head coach, seven in the front office. (AP via Yahoo)

27 October 2006 (Friday)

26 October 2006 (Thursday)

25 October 2006 (Wednesday)

24 October 2006 (Tuesday)

  • American football: National Football League owners approve a plan to play one or two regular-season games each year at sites outside of the U.S., starting in 2007. Game sites have not been announced but are likely to include Canada, Mexico, Great Britain and Germany. (AP via Yahoo)

23 October 2006 (Monday)

  • Baseball: Controversy surrounds Game 2 of the 2006 World Series after Detroit Tigers pitcher Kenny Rogers was found to have an unknown substance, believed by some to be pine tar, on a patch of his pitching hand during the first inning. Video shows a similar substance on his hand during Game 3 of the ALCS. Rogers washed his hands before coming out for the second inning. (FOX Sports)

22 October 2006 (Sunday)

    • In major non-postseason news, American baseball players and owners reach a tentative verbal agreement on a five-year labor contract.

21 October 2006 (Saturday)

20 October 2006 (Friday)

19 October 2006 (Thursday)

18 October 2006 (Wednesday)

17 October 2006 (Tuesday)

16 October 2006 (Monday)

  • NFL Monday Night Football: Chicago Bears 24, Arizona Cardinals 23. The Bears remain unbeaten at 6–0, despite being down 20–0 at halftime and not scoring an offensive touchdown. Their comeback features two fumble returns for TDs and a punt return TD by Devin Hester. Neil Rackers misses a field goal with 53 seconds left that would have given the Cardinals the lead. In the postgame press conference, Cardinals head coach Dennis Green coined the phrase "They are who we thought they were!!" This quote did have meaning as both teams faced each other in the NFL Preseason. Green also gave permission for the media to "Crown the Bears Champions", in that same press conference.

15 October 2006 (Sunday)

  • Football (soccer):
    • Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Čech undergoes surgery for a depressed skull fracture suffered in a collision with Stephen Hunt during the first minute of yesterday's match at Reading. The neurosurgeon who performed the operation said that Čech may be out for six weeks. (BBC)

14 October 2006 (Saturday)

13 October 2006 (Friday)

12 October 2006 (Thursday)

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10 October 2006 (Tuesday)

9 October 2006 (Monday)

8 October 2006 (Sunday)

7 October 2006 (Saturday)

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