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This Day in Sports History for June 4

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Here are just some of the notable sports moments that happened on June 4:

1964 — Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitcher Sandy Koufax tossed his third career no-hitter. (More Info)

1974 — Seattle Seahawks were granted an NFL franchise. (More Info)

1980 — NHL great Gordie Howe retired from the Hartford Whalers at age 52 after a 32-year playing career which saw him become hockey’s all-time leading scorer. (More Info)

1984 —  Golf great Arnold Palmer failed to qualify for the U.S. Open golf tournament for the first time in 32 years. (More Info)

1987 — Danny Harris snapped Edwin Moses’ decade-long 122-race winning streak in the 400-meter hurdles. (More Info)

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