On This Day in Sports Odds History
2000 (Golf): At St Andrews in Scotland - 24 year-old Tiger Woods becomes the youngest player to complete the career grand slam after winning the Open Championship by 8 strokes over Thomas Bjørn and Ernie Els. Woods entered the tournament at +150 to win the title as he became the 6th player to win the U.S. Open and Open Championship in the same year.
2009 (MLB): Mark Buehrle pitches the 18th perfect game in MLB history in the Chicago White Sox 5-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. The White Sox were a -120 home favorite as Buehrle struck out 6 on 116 pitches. Centerfielder defensive replacement DeWayne Wise saved the perfect game when he robbed Gabe Kapler of a home run with no outs in the top of the 9th inning.
2017 (Golf) At Royal Birkdale in Southport, England - Jordan Spieth wins his 3rd major championship going wire-to-wire at the Open Championship with a 3-stroke victory over fellow American Matt Kuchar. Spieth entered the tournament as the co-favorite with Dustin Johnson at 12-1 to win the tournament.