Tag:U.S. Open
Posted on: June 23, 2009 11:25 am
Edited on: June 23, 2009 11:34 am

NFL rookie sleepers and Glover wins the U.S. Open

Top D students

OK, so a few of these guys don't exactly fall into sleeper territory. But Rob Rang rates Everette Brown and Patrick Chung among slightly lesser known rookie defensive talent on the fastest track to impact. Full story

Rang: O diamonds | Reuter: Rounds 2-7 | Fantasy

Lovin' Glover

Turning back sentimental favorites Phil Mickelson and David Duval, Lucas Glover wins the U.S. Open by two. Steve Elling says the title was born when Glover took two months for an attitude adjustment last winter.

Scores | Freeman: Lefty left again | Michaux: Duval | Notes | Yo!

Leaving his mark

Donald Fehr oversees salary explosion and a battle over collusion before announcing he will retire. Despite all that, steroids mar his tenure, says Scott Miller, who wonders what took so long to quit. | Ratto: Disagree

Doyel: Gratitude? Not even close | Miller: Pennings | $alaries | Talk back!

Posted on: June 22, 2009 11:22 am
Edited on: June 22, 2009 11:22 am

U.S. Open nears finish and Pierre is a hit in LA

Follow the fight

Ricky Barnes, the U.S. Open leader since Saturday, gives it up with three straight bogeys. Lucas Glover is your leader, with several players within striking distance. LIVE: Follow the leaderboard | Watch it! | Day 5 recap

Elling: Duval | Forget it | Freeman: Soggy 18th | Michaux: Lefty | Talk!

Out of the Blue

The Dodgers are doing fine without Manny Ramirez and Juan Pierre is a big reason why, Scott Miller says in Weekend Buzz. In Look Ahead, Danny Knobler touts the best rivalries that make interleague play great.

Dodgers defeat Angels | B/R: Pierre | Interleague stats | L.A. fans: Speak!

Kasey can

It's been 37 races for Kasey Kahne and since 1999 for The King, but the two are back in Victory Lane with a Sonoma win. Pete Pistone says double-file restarts make road-course racing more exciting for the fans.

Results | Notes: Hendrick, Keselowski to meet | Chase | Next: N.H. | Gas it!

Posted on: June 19, 2009 11:03 am
Edited on: June 19, 2009 11:04 am

The U.S. Open continues and Ovechkin wins again

Back Open

The rain has gone away -- for the time being, at least -- allowing Rd. 1 of the U.S. Open to resume play after Thursday's deluge. Tiger? He begins Friday with a bogey on No. 7. | LIVE! Leaderboard | Elling: Marathon

Tickets | Freeman: Paddy | Michaux: No LCP | More | Yo!

Guardian Angel

Trials, tribulations and tragedy: Mike Scioscia has dealt with them all. But it is his unwavering leadership -- especially after Nick Adenhart's tragic death -- that makes him the Angels' backbone, Scott Miller says. Story

B/R: Scioscia a Godsend to Angels | What do you think?

Double take

Is there any doubt who the best player in the NHL is? Not anymore. For the second straight year, Capitals star Alexander Ovechkin earns
the Hart Trophy given to the league's Most Valuable Player. Full story

Goldstein: Hart | Norris | Calder | Vezina | Lady Byng | Selke | Talk!

Posted on: June 18, 2009 10:47 am

Soggy start at the Open and the Phils home issues

Open for play

A little rain can't dampen things at the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black. Tiger Woods, '02 champion at Bethpage, starts rough with a double bogey early in his round through a steady drizzle. Story | LIVE! Leaderboard

Freeman: Rain | Elling: Forecast | Flashback | Picks | Dantheman | More

Padre's Day every day

Tony Gwynn was Mr. Padre during his Hall of Fame career. Now he gets to watch Tony Jr. wear the same uniform. So don't ask Senior what he wants for Father's Day; he already has it, Scott Miller says. Full story

Mariners hold off Padres | Miller: Father's Day gifts | Gwynn Jr. | Speak!

Home issues

Behind the best road record the Phils lead the NL East, but the problem is at home where they are 13-18. Danny Knobler says it makes no sense and no one has a logical reason. | Blue Jays 7, Phils 1: Richmond K's 11

Fantasy: Phillies | B/R: Figuring out home woes | Talk!

Posted on: June 16, 2009 11:46 am

NBA offseason moves and Sergio at Bethpage

Choose wisely

Let the players celebrate. Or in the Magic's case, commiserate. The GMs are already at work, devising ways to build rosters capable of returning to the NBA Finals, Ken Berger says. Full storyLooking ahead

Offseason: Mock Drafts | Rumor Mill blog | Talk back!

Back at Black

Sergio Garcia won't exactly be popular when the U.S. Open returns to Bethpage. After the Spaniard's contentious visit in 2002, Gotham awaits the return of one of its most-hated villains, Steve Elling says. Full story

Elling's Short Game | Open page | Bethpage Black | History

Rockin' to No. 1

The NCAA hoops world might revolve around Kentucky and John Calipari this season, but with Jodie Meeks going pro, Gary Parrish makes Bill Self's Jayhawks No. 1 in his Post-Deadline Top 25 (and one). Column

Parrish: Draft deadline | Coaching changes | MaxPreps | Shoot!

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