On this day in sports 1 november
1987: Brazilian Williams driver Nelson Piquet finishes 15th in the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka but clinches his 3rd Formula.
1990: Sandra Miller awarded $100 for Mike Tyson fondling her breasts.
1994: Chicago Bulls retire basketball superstar Michael Jordan's jersey #23 in a 2-hour ceremony at the United Center.
1997: Expanded Negro Leagues Museum and the new American Jazz Museum open in Kansas City's historic 18th and Vine district.
1998: Finnish McLaren driver Mika Häkkinen wins season ending Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka to claim his first F1 World.
1998: Steve Young and Jerry Rice hook up for their 80th career touchdown in Niners' 36-22 loss to GB Packers at Lambeau Field.
2007: 5-time Grand Slam tennis winner Martina Hingis admits testing positive for cocaine during Wimbledon; maintains innocence.
2009: British Mercedes driver Jenson Button finishes 3rd in inaugural Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit to win his first F1.
2009: Tennis sisters Serena and Venus Williams clash in the season-ending WTA Championship decider at Doha, Qatar.
2017: Baseball World Series: Houston Astros win their first ever title; beat LA Dodgers, 5-1 in Game 7 at Dodger Stadium.