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Former St. Louis Cardinals all-star closer Lindy McDaniel dies at age 84 of coronavirus

Former Major League Baseball all-star closer Lindy McDaniel of Hollis, Oklahoma died at the age of 84 on Saturday of coronavirus according to the New York Times. McDaniel played 21 seasons of Major League Baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees, and Kansas City Royals from 1955 to 1975. McDaniel had a record of 141 wins and 119 losses with an earmed run average of 3.45 in 987 games. He had 174 career saves in 2139 1/3 innings pitched. McDaniel also had 1361 strikeouts, and gave up 2099 hits, 821 earned runs,...

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Lewis Hamilton ties the record for the most Formula One World Championships

Lewis Hamilton of Stevenage, England won his seventh Formula One World Championship on Sunday. That ties him with Michael Schumacher of Germany for the most Formula One World Championship titles of all-time. Hamilton tied history by winning the 2020 Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul on Sunday. It was the second time in Hamilton’s career that he won the Turkish Grand Prix, as he previously won in 2010. In Sunday’s race, it was not Hamilton, but Lance Stroll of Canada, who had the pole position. Hamilton, meanwhile only started sixth. Even though Stroll was in control for the first 36...

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Lewis Hamilton sets record for most Formula One victories ever

Lewis Hamilton of Stevenage, England set a record on Sunday for the most Formula One victories of all-time. Hamilton was victorious at the Portugese Grand Prix in Algarve for his record-setting 92nd career Formula One title. Hamilton passed Michael Schumacher of Germany for the most career titles of all-time. Schumacher was in F1 racing from 1991 to 2006, and again from 2010 to 2012. Schumacher’s first win was the Belgian Grand Prix in 1992, and his last was the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai in 2006. In Sunday’s race, Hamilton had the pole position, but got off to a...

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Lewis Hamilton sets record for most Formula One victories ever

Lewis Hamilton of Stevenage, England set a record on Sunday for the most Formula One victories of all-time. Hamilton was victorious at the Portugese Grand Prix in Algarve for his record-setting 92nd career Formula One title. Hamilton passed Michael Schumacher of Germany for the most career titles of all-time. Schumacher was in F1 racing from 1991 to 2006, and again from 2010 to 2012. Schumacher’s first win was the Belgian Grand Prix in 1992, and his last was the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai in 2006. In Sunday’s race, Hamilton had the pole position, but got off to a...

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