January 31, 1988: Washington beats Denver in Super Bowl XXII, played literally the day after I was born.
March 25, 1991: The first HelmetCam game.
December 24, 1994: Chargers beat the Steelers at the Murph to qualify for a first round bye.
June 23, 1996: Scottish Claymores trounce the Frankfurt Galaxy in the 1996 World Bowl. Later that night, Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Jake the Snake at King of the Ring.
October 14, 1998: Padres beat the Braves to advance to the World Series.
August 6, 1999: Tony Gwynn got his 3000th hit against the Montreal Expos (Google it, kids).
January 30, 2000: Arena Football superstar Kurt Warner named Super Bowl XXXIV MVP.
June 19, 2000: Kobe and Shaq's first ring.
June 13, 2014: Kings beat the Rangers to win the Stanley Cup.
November 2, 2016: Cubs win the World Series...finally.
February 4, 2018: Cue the Rocky theme song.
June 2019: Just a few days apart, the Toronto Raptors and St. Louis Blues win their first rings in their respective sports. (Play Gloria!)
February 2, 2020: Chiefs' first Super Bowl ring since the debuts of Scooby Doo, Monty Python and Sesame Street.
July 30, 2020: The return of the NBA after the suspension of the season the previous Spring.
Nothing can really top January 15, 1995 when I rooted for the Chargers.