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September 19, 1986 – Ken Gushi is one of Japan’s top competitors in the sport of drifting. Born in Okinawa, Japan, but raised in Los Angeles, he was taught by his father Tsukasa Gushi at the age of 13 with a Toyota AE86. Ken has become the youngest competitor in both the D1 Grand Prix of Japan and the Formula Drift Championships of the U.S. when he was 16, despite not passing his driving test at the time.

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September 19, 1983 – Charles Wallis Haeger is an American professional baseball pitcher. He is among the very few active knuckleball pitchers in Major League Baseball.

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September 19, 1982 – Jordan Robert Parise is an American professional ice hockey goaltender who currently plays with the HC Valpellice of the Itlalian Serie A. He is the son of former NHL player J. P. Parisé and the older brother of Minnesota Wild player Zach Parise.

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September 19,1999 – Sammy Sosa was became the first major league player to hit 60 home runs twice.

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September 19,1984 – Pete Rose reached the 100-hit plateau for the 22nd consecutive year. He also tied the National League record for doubles with 725.

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September 19,1949 – Ralph Kiner (Pittsburgh Pirates) became the first National League player to hit 50 home runs in two different seasons.

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