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Rudy Ortiz is a standup comic, Bay Area radio personality and lover of 90's R&B. A Bay Area native, Rudy has been working the local comedy circuit along with touring the country for the last 10 years. Within that time he has also been heard on the radio waves talking about everything from sports to movies to life's everyday scenarios.

This Day In Sports History: Barry Steals A Record

On this day in 2003, the incomparable Barry Bonds ran his way into the record books. During a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Bonds stole second base and became the first player in MLB history to hold the distinct...

This Day In Sports History: Smokin’ Joe Louis

On this day in 1937, Joe Louis reached new heights in the boxing world. On a summer night in Comiskey Park in Chicago, Louis knocked out James Braddock to become the heavy weight champion of the world. He went on to...

This Day In Sports History: O.J.’s Longest Run

On this day in 1995, O.J. Simpson, one of the greatest running backs in NFL history, led the police and the country on a televised chase as he decided to not turn himself in for the alleged murders of Nicole Simpson and...

This Day In Sports History: 40 Years Is Enough

On this day in 2015, The Golden State Warriors defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. This would be the first of 3 championships for the Dubs and the first NBA title for the franchise since 1975. Click here...

This Day In Sports History: Hearns vs Duran

On this day in 1984, Thomas “Hitman” Hearns defeated Roberto Duran in Las Vegas at Caesar’s Palace. Hearns ended the highly anticipated match by knocking out Duran in the 2nd round of the bout. Boxing...

This Day In Sports History: Celtics vs Lakers

On this day in 1984, The Boston Celtics defeat the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals to renew their legendary rivalry. This was the first time that Larry Bird and Magic Johnson met in the championship round and the...

This Day In Sports History: Norton vs Holmes

On this day in 1978, Larry Holmes defeated Ken Norton for the heavy weight championship of the world. The victory came after a very close decision by the judges at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. Click here to read...

This Day In Sports History: Serena Beats Venus

On this day in 2002, Serena Williams defeats her older sister Venus Williams to capture her second career Grand Slam Title. This was the first time that either sister reached the finals in the French Open and the first...

This Day In Sports History: Upset Of The Century

On this day in 2019, Andy Ruiz became the first Mexican heavy weight champion of the world by stopping Anthony Joshua in the 7th round. Ruiz overcame incredible odds and became an overnight sensation. Click here to read...

This Day In Sports History: Barry Passes Babe

On this day in 2006, Barry Bonds blasts his 715th career home run surpassing the legendary Babe Ruth on the all-time list. Bonds accomplished the feat in San Francisco in front of the home crowd that always supported...

This Day In Sports History: Dubs Win The West

On this day in 2015, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets at Oracle Arena to advance to the NBA Finals. This would be the first time in 40 years that the Dubs reached the championship round and the...

This Day In Sports History: Jose Uses His Head

On this day in 1993, Jose Canseco of the Texas Rangers was part of one of the most unique and hilarious plays in baseball history. As he was playing defense, a fly ball was hit deep to right field only to find its way...

This Day In Sports History: Fight Of The Year

On this day in 2002, Micky Ward and Arturo Gatti engage in the first of their three historic boxing matches. This prize fight has been considered by many as the fight of the century as both warriors left everything in...

This Day In Sports History: The Mick Joins The Club

On this day in 1967, Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees hits his 500th career home run. Mantle became only the sixth player to join the elite 500 Club and ended his career with a career total of 536. Click here to...

This Day In Sports History: Mr. Cub Hits 500

On this day in 1970, Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs launches his 500th career home run. The man known as “Mr. Cub” finished his career with 512 total home runs, which still ranks as 23rd on the all-time...

This Day In Sports History: Say Hey Kid Says Bye

On this day in 1972, the one and only Willie Mays was traded from the San Francisco Giants to the New York Mets. At the age of 41, Mays play was declining and so was his time with the only franchise he ever suited up...

This Day In Sports History: The Greatest Is Indicted

On this day in 1967, Muhammad Ali was indicted by the U.S. government for refusing to serve in the military. The boxer, formerly known as Cassius Clay stated, “my conscience won’t let me go shoot my brother, or some...

This Day In Sports History: Lennox Delivers

On this day in 1994, Lennox Lewis defeats Phil Jackson with an 8th round TKO. With this victory, Lewis retains his WBC heavyweight title and continues building his legacy as one of the best in modern boxing history...

This Day In Sports History: The Amazing Mays

On this day in 1966, Willie Mays hit his 512th home run for the San Francisco Giants and toppled the National League record which was set by Mel Ott in 1947. Click here to read more about this historical day.

On This Day In Sports History: Steph Reigns Supreme

On this day in 2015, The Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry is named the NBA’s league MVP. The sharpshooter became the 11th player to win the award in consecutive years and the first to ever win it...

This Day In Sports History: Man Of Steal

On this day in 1991, Rickey Henderson cemented his name in to the MLB record books by stealing his 939th career base and surpassing Lou Brock on the all-time list. The Oakland native went on to have an illustrious...

This Day In Sports History: Mays Goes For 4

On this day in 1961, Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants hits 4 home runs in one game against the Milwaukee Braves. Mays tied a record for most home runs in one game and went on to hit 660 total to highlight his...

This Day In Sports History: The Rocket Makes History

On this day in 1986, Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox has the signature pitching performance of his career. Clemens, aka The Rocket,  strikes out 20 Seattle Mariners hitters and sets the all time record for most...

On This Day In Sports History: The Admiral Shines

On this day in 1994, David Robinson of the San Antonio Spurs scores 71 points against the Los Angeles Clippers and secures his only scoring title for a season. He is only one of six players to ever score at least 70...

This Day In Sports History: Kareem Says Farewell

On this day in 1989, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played his final game in the NBA. The Los Angeles Laker legend wraps up a 20 year career and leaves the game as the all time leader in points scored. Click here to read more...

This Day In Sports History: Michael Makes History

On this day in 1986, Michael Jordan scored an NBA record 63 points in a playoff game against the Boston Celtics. The Bulls went on to lose in overtime but the legendary Larry Bird said after the game, “that was...

This Day In Sports History: Dr. J Makes History

On this day in 1987, Julius Erving, also known as “Dr. J”, plays his final home game in Philadelphia and rewrites the record books by becoming the third player in basketball history to score 30,000 carer...

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