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10 Best Days on the Sports Calendar

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We're blessed with such an abundance of sports these days that any random night could be magic. Some college baseball game in the middle of the season might turn into an epic you'll always remember. Some NHL playoff series makes it to Game 7, and then to overtime, and the suspense presses down on you like a Hitchcock movie.

But those are bonus days. The best days in sports deliver again and again. They rise up from the calendar. You plan your life around them.

Here's my list of the 10 best days in sports. Arguments expected and welcomed.

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