MLB players who have homered from both sides of the plate in the same inning: the Indians' Carlos Baerga in 1993, the Cubs' Mark Bellhorn in 2002 and the Angels' Kendrys Morales, on July 30 against the Rangers.
Points scored, in 14 minutes, by U.S. F Carmelo Anthony in an Olympic record 83-point rout of Nigeria, the most ever by an American at the Games. The previous record: Stephon Marbury scored 31 in 29 minutes in 2004.
Career HRs hit by each of the Upton brothers—Justin, of the Diamondbacks, and B.J, of the Rays—who reached the century mark one hour apart last Friday.
Duration, in minutes, of Roger Federer's win over Juan Martín del Potro in the men's Olympic tennis semis last Friday, the longest match ever at the Games—breaking a record set two days earlier, when Jo-Wilfried Tsonga took 237 minutes to top Milos Raonic.
Assets listed in court last week by former slugger Jose Canseco, who filed for bankruptcy, claiming to be $1.7 million in debt.