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This Month In Sports History: November

The Associated Press
| Wednesday, November 21, 2018 7:06 p.m
Stan Musial, St. Louis Cardinals outfielder starting his first full year in the major leagues, practices April 23, 1942. (AP Photo)
Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell waves to the crowd waiting to hear that the Browns will move to Baltimore as Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening looks on in Baltimore, Monday, Nov. 6, 1995. (AP Photo/Ted Mathias)
Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankees centerfielder, gives a big smile after connecting for two home runs in the Yankees-St. Louis Browns game at Yankee Stadium, New York, Aug. 6, 1949. Yankees came from behind to win, with DiMaggio's second homer in the last of the ninth giving them the edge, 9-8. (AP Photo/Ray Howard)
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax, 31, announces the end of his baseball career due to his arthritic pitching elbow in Beverly Hills, Ca., Nov. 18, 1966. (AP Photo)
Mike Tyson, right, delivers a powerful blow to Trevor Berbick in the second round Saturday night, November 22, 1986, in Las Vegas. Tyson became the youngest heavyweight champion shortly after with a TKO. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)
Earvin 'Magic' Johnson speaking on press conference at Forum Club, in Los Angeles, on Nov. 7, 1991, announcing that he is H.I.V. positive. (AP Photo/Craig Fujii)
Heavyweight champ Michael Moorer, right, from Detroit, sizes up former champ George Foreman during the first round of their 12 round IBF/WBA heavyweight title bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Saturday, Nov. 5, 1994. (AP Photo/Jeff Scheid)
New York Jets' quarterback Joe Namath (12) sweeps around the right side past Oakland defenders Ralph Oliver (56) and Dan Conners (55) to score from the one-yard line during the second quarter against the Oakland Raiders, Nov. 17, 1968 at the Oakland Coliseum in Calif. This was the infamous game that was pre-empted for the children's movie 'Heidi'. The Jets led 32-29 with less than a minute left when NBC went to a commercial and never came back. 'Heidi'' began and football fans missed the Raiders scoring two touchdowns to win the game (AP Photo)
Mike Tyson, left, delivers a powerful blow to Trevor Berbick in the second round Saturday night, November 22, 1986, in Las Vegas. Tyson became the youngest heavyweight champion shortly after with a TKO. (AP Photo/Jeff Robbins)
Walter Johnson, nicknamed 'The Big Train,' was a pitcher with the Washington Senators from 1907 to 1927. Later in Johnson's career as baseball manager, he had the nickname 'Old Barney.' Location and date of this photo is unknown. (AP Photo)
Sugar Ray Leonard, right, taunts at Roberto Duran in the ring during Tuesday night's WBC Welterweight Championship fight in New Orleans, La., Nov. 25, 1980. Leonard won the rematch fight and the title in the eighth round. The referee is Octavio Meyran. (AP Photo)
Bill Walsh, left, and Paul Brown, head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, discuss strategy for their upcoming NFL playoff game against the Oakland Raiders, in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 24, 1975. Walsh, who coaches quarterbacks and receivers, is reportedly under consideration for one of the NFL's four head coaching vacancies. (AP Photo/Brian Horton)

A look back at sports history in the month of November via the Associated Press archives.

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