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1914 -- The first Federal League game is played in Baltimore with the Terrapins beating Buffalo 3-2 behind Jack Quinn.

1940 -- The New York Rangers beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-2 to win the Stanley Cup in six games.

1940 -- Dutch Warmerdam becomes the first man to clear 15 feet in the pole vault in a small track meet at Cal-Berkeley. Warmerdam, the last to set records with a bamboo pole, will have 43 vaults over 15 feet at a time when no other vaulter in the world clears 15 feet.

1957 -- The Boston Celtics capture their first NBA championship as rookie Tommy Heinsohn scores 37 points and grabs 23 rebounds in a 125-123 double overtime victory over the St. Louis Hawks in Game 7.

1970 -- Billy Casper wins the Masters with a five-stroke playoff victory over Gene Littler.

1972 -- The first player strike in baseball history ends and the season is set to start April 15.

1980 -- Seve Ballesteros, 23, becomes the youngest to win the Masters, with a four-stroke victory.

1984 -- Pete Rose of the Montreal Expos collects the 4,000th hit of his career with a double off Philadelphia's Jerry Koosman in the fourth inning.

1986 -- Jack Nicklaus wins the Masters for a record sixth time and at 46 becomes the oldest to win the event.

1991 -- Pete Weber wins four games to become the second player in PBA history to win the BPAA U.S. Open twice, this time with a 289-184 victory over Mark Thayer.

1993 -- Lee Smith becomes the all-time saves leader as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-7. Smith gets the last three outs to register his 358th save, surpassing Jeff Reardon of the Cincinnati Reds.

1997 -- Tiger Woods wins the Masters by a record 12 strokes at Augusta National. Closing with a 69, Woods finished at 18-under 270, the lowest score in the Masters and matching the most under par by anyone in any of the four Grand Slam events.

2003 -- Mike Weir becomes the first Canadian to win the Masters after the first sudden-death playoff in 13 years.

2006 -- Brendan Shanahan records his 17th career hat trick and adds an assist as Detroit sets an NHL record with its 11th straight road win, 7-3 at Chicago.

2008 -- Trevor Immelman handles the wind and pressure of Augusta National far better than anyone chasing him to win the Masters, the first South African in a green jacket in 30 years.

2012 -- Martin Brodeur stops 24 shots for his 100th postseason win, and a three-goal first period is enough to help the New Jersey Devils spoil the Florida Panthers' long-awaited return to the Stanley Cup playoffs in a 3-2 victory. Brodeur also picks up an assist for his 10th postseason point, and becomes the second goalie in NHL history to reach triple-figures in playoff wins. Only Patrick Roy has more, with 151.

2013 -- Jeff Malcolm stops 36 shots and Yale wins its first NCAA hockey championship with a 4-0 victory over top-seeded Quinnipiac.

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