Tag:British Open
Posted on: July 20, 2009 11:29 am

Halladay trade rumors and Cink wins the Open

Halladay shopping

Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay is the big -- and only -- name blowing in the trade winds, Danny Knobler says in Weekend Buzz. The Tigers believe they can prevail, but first they must win the stiff AL Central. Look Ahead

Halladay throws CG against BoSox | Yanks sweep Tigers | Rumors | Talk!

One shot short

It's a storybook ending, all right: Old Yeller. Set to win his sixth British Open, Tom Watson blows a putt on 18 to open the way for Stewart Cink, who wins a playoff. Steve Elling says it's not the finish we want. Story

Spander: Cink deserving | Ratto: Focus on Watson | Scores

Fantasy: Getting Frank

Franklin Gutierrez has begun the second half the same way he ended the first: on fire. At this point, there's no good reason he should be unowned, Scott White says. Planners: Hitting | PitchingWhite | Mack

Fantasy: Mariners | Player news | B/R | SB Nation | Probable SPs | Hey!

Posted on: July 17, 2009 11:04 am

Training camp questions and the British Open

Analyze this

No team is immune from issues, even the champion Steelers. And from the looks of it, there are plenty of teams with QB decisions to make. As training camp approaches, Pete Prisco identifies the problems. Story

Camps | Position rankings: Offense | Defense | Yo! Favorite players

Back to reality

Now that's the British Open. Conditions are much less favorable in Day 2, bringing scores back toward par. But American Steve Marino handles things, posting a 68 for the clubhouse lead. Story | LIVE! Leaderboard

Open | Elling: Vintage Watson | Curtis | Spander: Tiger's 71 | Fore!

Second servings

How likely is a Manny Ramirez-Red Sox reunion in October? Will there be a Triple Crown winner? Or a .400 hitter? Scott Miller ponders questions that will be answered in the second half of the season. Full story

Midseason: Report card | B/R | Talk!

Posted on: July 15, 2009 11:41 am

AL extends its All-Star Game unbeaten streak

AL, all the time

Carl Crawford's MVP snag. Chone Figgins' last-second arrival. As the AL extends its All-Star Game unbeaten streak to 13 with a 4-3 win, it's the stories that make this game pop, Danny Knobler says. | Miller: NL side

Crawford MVP | Obama | Speak up!

Half the fun

'Guy ranks teams, offers wry predictions sans Astros.' Larry Dobrow recaps each team's first half of the season in eight words, and examines what's in store following the All-Star festivities in his Power Rankings

Midseason report card | B/R: Power groupings | Cubs | Talk!

Out of the woods?

After eight years in hiding, there was a David Duval sighting at Bethpage last month. After tweaks and fixes galore, the '01 British Open champ is out to see if a true comeback is in the works, Steve Elling says. Column

British Open | Tee times: Duval, 2:25 a.m. ET Thu. | Speak!

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