Wednesday, August 11, 2010

It's Wednesday!











It's Wednesday. Here's what's happening....

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Today is August 11th, the 223rd day of 2010. There are 142 days left in the year.

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GMs: League looking into long-term contracts.

Predators make executive moves.

Byfuglien brings Cup to Roseau.

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Today is Play In The Sand Day.











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U.S. Under-18 Select Team Falls to Russia, 6-5, in Shootout
at 2010 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament


Team USA to Face Finland Tomorrow

BRECLAV, Czech Republic - Alex Racino (Merrill, Wis.) and Cason Hohmann (Plymouth, Mich.) recorded a goal and an assist, but the U.S. Under-18 Select Team fell to Russia, 6-5, in a shootout here today at the 2010 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament.

"I thought the team played with a lot of energy," said Tim Army, head coach of the U.S. Under-18 Select Team. "We came up short in the shootout, but still had several things that went well for us."

Team USA took a 1-0 lead with a five-on-three power-play goal 8:33 into the first period. Kevin Irwin's (Hinckley, Ohio) shot was redirected to John Gaudreau (Carney's Point, N.J.) in the slot. Gaudreau fired a shot over the glove of Russian goaltender Denis Perevozchikov for the score.

Seth Ambroz (New Prague, Minn.) increased the U.S. lead to 2-0 just 1:49 later with a shorthanded tally. Racino sent a pass down the slot to a racing Ambroz, who deked the goalie and slid the puck between Perevozchikov's pads.

After Russia made the score 2-1 early in the second period, the U.S. regained its two-goal lead at the 6:49 mark. Theo Di Pauli (Woodridge, Ill.) stole the puck away from a Russian defenseman in the high slot, before chipping it to Lukas Sutter (Whitefish, Mont.). Sutter then sent a pass to the top of the crease, where Racino redirected the puck into the net.

Russia drew even with the U.S., 3-3, early in the third period, but Sutter put Team USA back on top with a quick wrist shot through a screen. Cason Hohmann (Plymouth, Mich.) and Connor Murphy (Dublin, Ohio) collected assists on the play.

The U.S. answered back to yet another Russian goal when Brian Cooper (Anchorage, Alaska) connected with Hohmann on a long pass up the ice to the offensive blue line. Hohmann fired a wrist shot that trickled through the goalie, making the score 5-4. Russia scored the equalizer with just under five minutes remaining in regulation to force overtime.

After a scoreless extra frame, the game was decided in a shootout. Ambroz scored the lone tally for the U.S., but Russia emerged victorious in the fifth round.

The U.S. Under-18 Select Team will return to action tomorrow (Aug. 11) against Finland, in its final preliminary-round game at 9:30 a.m. EDT in Breclav, Czech Republic.

NOTES: Seth Ambroz was named the U.S. player of the game ... Team USA outshot Russia, 48-29 ... The 2010 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament features eight countries in two groups. Group A (Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, United States) is playing its preliminary-round games in Breclav, Czech Republic, while Group B (Canada, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland) is playing its preliminary-round games in Piestany, Slovakia ... Live scoring of Team USA's games can be found here ... The U.S. has finished in the top three of the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament nine times since the tournament's inception in 1991, including a first place finish in 2003. The U.S. finished second in the tournament six times (1993, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2000, 2006) and finished third twice (1991, 1995) ... The 22 players on the 2010 U.S. Under-18 Select Team represent 13 states, with three players coming from Ohio ... Six of the players were members of the 2009 U.S. Under-17 Select Team that competed at the 2009 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament in Fussen, Germany, including goaltender Jay Williams (McLean, Va.); forwards Cason Hohmann, Alex Racino and Lukas Sutter; and defensemen Brian Cooper and Connor Murphy ... Five members of the U.S. Under-18 Select Team competed in the United States Hockey League in 2009-10, including forwards Seth Ambroz (Omaha Lancers), Theo Di Pauli (Chicago Steel) and Hohmann (Cedar Rapids Roughriders), as well as defensemen Cooper (Fargo Force) and Murphy (U.S. National Under-17 Team). The USHL is the only Tier I junior hockey league in the United States ... For Team USA's full roster, click here ... The 2010 U.S. Under-18 Select Team is coached by Tim Army, head men's ice hockey coach at Providence College. Army has twice served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Men's National Team (1994, 1996), and was an assistant coach for Team USA at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey ... Jay Varady, associate head coach with the Western Hockey League's Everett Silvertips, and Chadd Cassidy, assistant coach at USA Hockey's National Team Development Program, are the assistant coaches ... Army, Varady and Cassidy are all Level 4 USA Hockey certified coaches ... The U.S. Under-18 Select Team was selected following the annual USA Hockey Boys' Select 17 Player Development Camp that took place July 7-13, at The Sports Centre at MCC in Rochester, N.Y. The camp provides top young players with concentrated on- and off-ice training and instruction, as well as the opportunity to compete at a national level against other players from their age group.

GAME SUMMARY

Scoring By Period

USA 2- 1 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 5
RUS 0 - 2- 3 - 0 - 1 - 6

First Period - Scoring: 1, USA, Gaudreau (Irwin), 8:33 (5x3 pp); 2, USA, Ambroz (Racino), 10:24 (sh). Penalties: RUS, Pedan (hooking), 0:29; RUS, Vorsev (interference), 3:10; USA, Lowe (holding), 5:42; RUS, Leviskiy (hooking), 6:52; RUS, Jarullin (holding), 7:26; USA, Hohmann (tripping), 9:25; RUS, Perevozcikov (delaying-the-game), 11:02; USA, Racino (kneeing), 11:30; RUS, Grigorenko (hooking), 16:20.

Second Period - Scoring: 3, RUS, Shalunov (Poltorak), 4:06; 4, USA, Racino (Sutter, Di Pauli), 6:49; 5, RUS, Yakupov (Grigorenko), 19:15 (pp). Penalties: USA, Bradley (interference), 1:59; USA, Racino (high-sticking), 13:10; USA, Sutter (slashing), 17:31.

Third Period - Scoring: 6, RUS, Shalunov (unassisted), 4:25; 7, USA, Sutter (Hohmann, Murphy), 9:15; 8, RUS, Kucherov (Konkovo), 10:24; 9, USA, Hohmann (Cooper), 12:01; 10, RUS, Kuvaev (Poltorak, Shalunov), 15:37. Penalties: RUS, Konkovo (hooking), 7:37; USA, Ambroz (slashing), 7:55; USA, Everson (high-sticking), 13:01.

Overtime - Scoring: None. Penalties: None.

Shootout - RUS, Grigorenko (no goal); USA, Ambroz (goal); RUS, Yakupov (no goal); USA, Trocheck (no goal); RUS, Kucherov (goal); USA, Hohmann (no goal); USA, Ambroz (no goal); RUS, Kucherov (no goal); USA, Ambroz (no goal); RUS, Leviskiy (goal).

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT SO Total
USA 16 15 10 7 0 48
RUS 8 6 9 5 1 29

Goaltenders (SH/SV) 1 2 3 OT SO Total
USA, Williams, 60:00 8-8 6-4 9-6 5-5 1-0 29-23
RUS, Perevozchikov, 20:00 16-14 -- -- -- -- 16-14
RUS, Makarov, 40:00 -- 15-14 10-8 7-7 0-0 32-29

Power Play: USA 1-7; RUS 1-8
Penalties: USA 8-16; RUS 7-14

2010 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament • Team USA Schedule
August 9-14 • Breclav, Czech Republic & Piestany, Slovakia

Date Opponent Time (Local/EDT)/Result
Location
Sat., Aug. 7* Slovakia W, 3-0 Piestany, Slovakia
Mon., Aug. 9 Czech Republic W, 3-2 Breclav, Czech Republic
Tues., Aug. 10 Russia L, 5-6 (SO) Breclav, Czech Republic
Wed., Aug. 11 Finland 3:30 p.m. (9:30 a.m.) Breclav, Czech Republic
Fri., Aug. 13 TBD TBD TBD
Sat., Aug. 14 TBD TBD TBD
*Exhibition

2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival Set to Begin Friday

WHAT: The 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, set to begin this Friday (Aug. 13), will feature 64 players on three teams, including 12 members of the silver medal-winning 2010 U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team.

Team Blue is comprised of the 22 players representing the United States as part of the U.S. Women’s Under-18 Select Team, while Team White includes the 22-player U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team. Meanwhile, Team Red consists of the remaining 20 athletes participating in the Women's National Festival. During the Festival, the teams will participate in daily practices, scrimmages, testing and off-ice training.

The 2010 Under-18 Series will take place in Lake Placid during the tail end of the Festival (Aug. 18-21). The Under-18 Series, now in its fourth year, features the U.S. Women’s Under-18 Select Team competing against Canada in a three-game series.

WHEN: August 13-21

WHERE: Olympic Center
2634 Main Street
Lake Placid, NY 12946
(518) 523-1655

HOW: The practices and scrimmages during the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival are open to the public.

NOTES: Running concurrently with the Under-18 Series, the 2010 Under-22 Series will take place in Toronto, with the U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team departing from Lake Placid on August 17th to play three games against Canada ... For more information on the Women's National Festival, including complete rosters for all three teams, click here.

2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival Schedule

Date Event Location Time (EDT)
Fri., Aug. 13 Practice - Team Blue 1980 Rink 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 14 Practice - Goalies 1980 Rink 8-9:15 a.m.
Practice - Team White USA Rink 9-11 a.m.
Practice - Team Blue 1980 Rink 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Practice - Team Red 1980 Rink 10:45-11:45 a.m.
Team Red vs. Team White USA Rink 6:30 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 15 Practice - Team White USA Rink 9-11 a.m.
Practice - Team Blue 1980 Rink 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Practice - Team Red 1980 Rink 10:45-11:45 a.m.
Team Red vs. Team Blue 1980 Rink 6:30 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 16 Practice - Team Red USA Rink 9-10:15 a.m.
Practice - Team Blue 1980 Rink 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Practice - Team White 1980 Rink 10:45-11:45 a.m.
Practice - Team Red 1980 Rink 3-4:15 p.m.
Team White vs. Team Blue 1980 Rink 6:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 17 Practice - Team White USA Rink 8:30-9:45 a.m.
Practice - Team Blue 1980 Rink 10-11:15 a.m.
Practice - Team Red 1980 Rink 2-3:30 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 18 Team Red vs. Men's Team 1980 Rink 6:30 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 19 Practice - Team Red 1980 Rink 1:15-2:45 p.m.
Fri., Aug. 20 Team Red vs. Men's Team 1980 Rink 6 p.m.

2010 Women's Under-18 Series Schedule

Date Event Location Time (EDT)
Wed., Aug. 18 USA vs. Canada 1980 Rink 4:00 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 19 USA vs. Canada 1980 Rink 4:00 p.m.
Fri., Aug. 20 Practice - USA 1980 Rink 10:30-11:45 a.m.
Practice - Canada 1980 Rink 2-3:15 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 21 USA vs. Canada 1980 Rink 10:00 a.m.

2010 Women's Under-22 Series Schedule
Toronto, Ont. • MasterCard Centre

Date Event Time (EDT)
Wed., Aug. 18 USA vs. Canada 8:15 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 19 USA vs. Canada 7:15 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 21 USA vs. Canada 7:15 p.m.

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Today is President's Joke Day. (Nope, not gonna say it....)

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Nothing untraditional about success for U-18 goaltender.

Gamblers confident they'll find capable coach.

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Hell must've frozen over because a U.S. government agency came in waaay under budget. The Commerce Department says it's returning to the Treasury $1.6 billion in savings from the 2010 Census -- 22 percent of the Census Bureau's budget for 2010.

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Following last Friday's exciting, but disappointing 30-26 loss at Montreal, the 4-2 Saskatchewan Roughriders are home to face the 1-5 BC Lions tomorrow night. The Riders topped the Leos 37-18 in Vancouver on July 10th, behind Darian Durant's 252 yards and 1 touchdown passing, plus 1 rushing touchdown. The Lions have lost 5 straight, making this the first Wally Buono coached team to go 1-5. Kickoff from Mosaic Stadium is set for 9:00pm EDT on 620CKRM and the Rider Radio Network. Listen links are to the right on this blog.

Check out Riderville.com for the latest on "Canada's (And Clearwater, Florida's) Team."

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An Idaho farmer found more than 300 marijuana plants growing inside his corn fields. It's estimated the plants were valued at $628,000. (Brings a whole new meaning to the state's motto "Famous Potatoes" doesn't it?)

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Today in Sports History:

1929 - Babe Ruth hit his 500th career home run.

1951 - The first major league baseball game to be televised in color was broadcast. The Brooklyn Dodgers defeated the Boston Braves 8-1.

1971 - Harmon Killebrew of the Minnesota Twins got his 500th and 501st home runs of his major league baseball career.

1984 - Carl Lewis won his fourth gold medal in the 1984 Summer Olympics.

1984 - The Cincinnati Reds honored major league All-Star and Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench by retiring his uniform (#5).

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DETROIT -- Jeremy Hellickson made a strong second-impression last night and the offense rolled downhill in the late innings last night, as the Tampa Bay bested the Detroit Tigers 8-0, in front of 26,114 at Comerica Park.

Hellickson, in his second big-league start, walked the first batter he faced, then retired the next 18 in order, as he matched zeros with the Tigers' Max Scherzer through the first four innings.

Tampa Bay took the lead in the fifth, scoring once. Jason Bartlett's line drive double to left scored Dan Johnson, putting the Rays on top 1-0. Johnson scored again in the 6th, thanks to a two-out wild pitch, increasing the lead to 2-0. Carl Crawford, aboard on a one-out single, scored on a double by Evan Longoria to put Tampa Bay up 3-0.

The Rays, or perhaps more accurately the Detroit pitching staff, blew things open in the ninth. John Jaso's double brought home B.J. Upton for a 4-0 lead. Bartlett scored on a sacrifice fly by Ben Zobrist, and Tampa Bay led 5-0. Tigers' pitchers then issued bases-loaded walks to Willy Aybar, Johnson and Upton, scoring Jaso, Crawford and Matt Joyce increasing the Rays' lead to 8-0. Mike Ekstrom came on to shut down Detroit in the bottom half of the ninth, preserving the shutout in Tampa Bay's 8-0 win.

Hellickson went 7 innings, allowing 0 runs on 3 hits, with 7 strikeouts and 0 walks, pushing his record with the Rays to 2-0. Scherzer went 7 innings for the Tigers, giving up 2 runs on 4 hits, with 2 strikeouts and 4 walks. He's now 7-9. Detroit's bullpen, in 2 innings, allowed 6 runs on 5 hits, with 2 K's and 6 walks.

The Rays, who have won 2 straight after snapping a five-game slide with their win on Monday, are 69-44, and are second in the A.L. East, 1/2 game behind the Yankees, while leading Boston by 4 1/2 games and the White Sox by 6 in the Wild Card race. Tampa Bay wraps up their six game game road trip this afternoon in Detroit, with the first pitch slated for 1:05pm EDT. The Rays are off tomorrow, then begin a six-game home stand on Friday, with 3 games against Baltimore and 3 against Texas. You can follow the Rays on 620AM WDAE and the Rays Radio Network. All games through Friday, September 3rd, can be seen on Sun Sports. The Saturday August 14th game against Baltimore will be on FOX.

Notes: Since being acquired in a trade on July 31st, Chad Qualls had made five appearances, not allowing a run in four of them....Rays starters Jeff Niemann and Wade Davis are the first Tampa Bay starting pitchers to spend time on the disabled list, since Scott Kazmir came off the list on June 27th, 2009. In the time span 107 big league starting pitchers have spent time on the D.L....Manager Joe Maddon is impressed by the improvement on first baseman Carlos Pena, who is eligible to come off the D.L. on August 16th. Pena flew home to join his wife and await the birth of their first child. Jeff Niemann and Wade Davis continues to make progress and could miss just 2 to 3 starts each, before returning to action. Grant Balfour is eligible to return August 15th, but is not likely to actually return then....In today's series finale in Detroit, Matt Graza(11-6, 3.88) will get the start for Tampa Bay. He'll be opposed by the Tigers' Justin Verlander(12-7, 3.81). Garza is 1-1 and has fanned 19 in his last 3 starts with a 1.50 ERA. Verlander is 0-2 in his last 3 starts with 16 strikeouts and a 4.09 ERA.

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The most prestigious jobs, according to a survey:

1. Fireman
2. Doctor
3. Teacher

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The Yankees lead Tampa Bay by 1/2 game in the A.L. East, Boston is 5 back(They trail the Rays by 4 1/2 games in the Wild Card chase), Toronto is 10 back and Baltimore is 30 1/2 games behind.

In the A.L. Central, Minnesota is back in first, 1 game ahead of the White Sox. Detroit trails by 10, and both Kansas City and Cleveland are 17 games behind.

Out in the (not-so)wild A.L. West, Texas leads the Angels by 8 1/2, Oaklnad trails by 9 and Seattle(Who won 2 straight for interim manager Daren Brown) is 22 games behind.

In the N.L. East, Atlanta leads Philadelphia by 2 1/2 games, The Mets trail by 8 1/2 games, Florida is 9 behind with Washington trailing by 16.

In the N.L. Central, St. Louis and Cincinnati are tied for first(The Cardinals won 8-4 at Cincinnati last night), Milwaukee is 11 behind, Houston is 15 games behind, the Cubs are 15 1/2 back and Pittsburgh is 24 games off the pace.

San Diego leads the N.L. West by 2 1/2 games over San Francisco(The Giants are tied with Cincinati in the N.L. Wild Card chase). The Dodgers trail by 7 games, Colorado is 7 1/2 behind, and Arizona is 21 1/2 games back.

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Jimmy is either trying to retrieve something from between the wall and refrigerator, or he's trying to find a back way to sneak in and see if the little light really does go off when you close the door.











Hello Papi.










Hi Daddy.

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SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants endured a sinking feeling in more ways than one Tuesday night as they lost to the Chicago Cubs, 8-6.

They sensed the deflation of watching Tim Lincecum display the vulnerability that has plagued him at least once in every month since April. In one of the worst performances of his career, Lincecum allowed six runs in four innings as his ERA climbed from 3.15 to 3.41.

Read the rest here.

The Giants are 64-50, and are 2 1/2 games behind first-place San Diego in the N.L. West(The Padres beat Pittsburgh 4-1 yesterday). San Francisco, who is currently tied with Cincinnati in the N.L. Wild Card race, is home tonight at 10:15pm EDT for the third of four games with the Cubs. Barry Zito(8-6, 3.35) will be opposed by Tom Gorzelanny(6-6, 3.51). The Giants have three big games with division-leading San Diego starting this Friday at AT&T Park. This Saturday's game with the Padres airs on FOX, with the Sunday game against San Diego showing on ESPN.

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Today in Elvis History:

1962 - Elvis Presley's album "Pot Luck" hit #4 in the U.S."

1972 - Elvis and Pricilla Presley filed for divorce. They had married in May of 1967.

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Hardy: Does my 1-5 team have a chance?

Retro Profile:Zenon Andrusyshyn.

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Today in Beatles History

1965 - The Beatles film "Help!" opened in the New York City.

1966 - The Beatles arrived at Chicago's O'Hare Airport to start their last tour of the U.S.

1968 - The first Beatles single on their own Apple Records was released. The single was "Hey Jude" b/w "Revolution."

1973 - Paul McCartney's single "Live And Let Die" hit #2 in the U.S.

1976 - EMI signed a deal with the Soviet company Melodiya to release the Wings' album "Band On The Run" in the Soviet Union.

1989 - Bruce Springsteen joined Ringo Starr on stage for four songs ("Get Back," "Long Tall Sally," "Photograph" and "With A Little Help From My Friends"). John Candy also made an appearance on tambourine.

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The AFL's National Conference final is scheduled for tomorrow night, as the Milwaukee Iron travels to Spokane to meet the Shock. Kickoff is set for 11:00pm EDT.

On Saturday, the Orlando Predators travel to Tampa Bay to play the Storm. Kickoff is set for 7:30pm EDT.

The winners will meet in ArenaBowl XXIII on August 20th. The remaining team with the best record will host the game.

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Each year in the U.S. approximately 80,000 people are bitten by other humans. (Ewwww! I could have gone all day without hearing that one.

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The AFL's American Confernce Final between the number three (#3) seed Tampa Bay Storm and the number four (#4) seed Orlando Predators, will be played Saturday night at the St. Pete Times Forum. Kickoff is at 7:30pm EDT. Brighthouse Sports Networks will broadcast the game on cable channel 47 or digital channel 1147 and the game can be heard on 1250 WHNZ-AM with Jack Harris and Jason Dixon calling the action.

Fans can purchase playoff tickets by visiting the Times Forum Box Office, ticketmaster or by calling 813-301-6600.

Who: Orlando Predators vs. Tampa Bay Storm
What: AFL Playoffs – American Conference Championship
When: Saturday, August 14, 2010
Kickoff: 7:30 PM EST

Where: St. Pete Times Forum
401 Channelside Drive
Tampa, FL 33602

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BTW(And I can't believe I missed this yesterday): This is Elvis week. It started yesterday and runs through next Monday. (Thankyouthankyouverymuch!)

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Keep up with the Bolts via the Lightning Web Calendar.

2010 Preseason schedule.

2010-2011 Regular Season schedule.

Get 2010-11 season tickets here.

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Today is Son and Daughter Day.

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Coming up:

Tonight --

Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers 1:05pm EDT

Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants 10:15pm

Thursday --

Baseball: Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants 3:45pm

CFL Football: BC Lions at Saskatchewan Roughriders 9:00pm EDT

Arena Football: Milwaukee Iron at Spokane Surge National Conference Finals 11:00pm EDT

Friday --

Baseball: Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays 7:10pm EDT

Baseball: San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants 10:15pm EDT

Saturday --

Nascar Nationwide Series: Carfax 250 at Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, Michigan 1:00pm EDT

Baseball: Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays 4:10pm EDT

NFL Football: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins 7:00pm EDT

Arena Football: Orlando Predators at Tampa Bay Storm American Conference Finals 7:30pm EDT

Baseball: San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants 10:15pm EDT

Sunday --

Nascar Sprint Cup Series: Carfax 400 at Michigan International Speedway, Brooklyn, Michigan 1:00pm EDT

Baseball: Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays 1:40pm EDT

Baseball: San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants 4:10pm EDT

Monday --

Baseball: Texas Rangers at Tampa Bay Rays 7:10pm EDT

Tuesday --

Baseball: San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies 7:05pm EDT

Baseball: Texas Rangers at Tampa Bay Rays 7:10pm EDT

Wednesday --

Baseball: Texas Rangers at Tampa Bay Rays 1:10pm EDT

Baseball: San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies 7:05pm EDT

Thursday --

Baseball: San Francisco Giants at Philadelphia Phillies 7:05pm EDT

Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays at Oakland Athletics 10:07pm EDT

Friday --

Nascar Nationwide Series: Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tennessee 7:00pm EDT

Baseball: San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals 8:15pm EDT

Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays at Oakland Athletics 10:07pm EDT

Saturday --

Nascar Sprint Cup Series: Irwin Tools Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol Tennessee 7:30pm EDT

Baseball: San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals 7:15pm EDT

Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays at Oakland Athletics 9:07pm EDT

Sunday --

Baseball: San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals 2:15pm EDT

Baseball: Tampa Bay Rays at Oakland Athletics 4:07pm EDT

Indy Car: Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma at Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, California 5:00pm EDT

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That's all for now. See you tomorrow!

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