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This Day in Sports History for May 25

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Here are just some of the things that happened in the world of sports on May 25:

1922 – Babe Ruth is suspended for one game and fined $200 for throwing dirt on an umpire – (More Info)

1965 – Muhammad Ali KO’s Sonny Liston for the heavyweight championship – (More Info)

1970 – The Indiana Pacers win the ABA Championship after beating the Los Angeles Stars – (More Info)

1981 – Bobby Unser becomes the first Indy 500 winner to be disqualified – (More Info)

1986 – The Chicago Cubs trade Bill Buckner to the Red Sox for Dennis Eckersley – (More Info)

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