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Tee times and pairings for the final round of the 124th U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.

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  • SEA Center Fielder #44
    The man they call J-Rod clobbered a cutter that didn’t cut from Nathan Eovaldi into the left-field bleachers to make it 3-0 in the third inning. It’s just the seventh homer of the season for the 23-year-old, but it’s worth noting he’s gone deep in two of the last three games. It’s not a foregone conclusion that Rodríguez shows elite power in the second half of the year, but it seems pretty likely based on his first two seasons.
  • CHC Starting Pitcher #18
    Imanaga got his first taste of the storied NL Central rivalry on Saturday afternoon at historic Wrigley Field and delivered another masterpiece, throwing a career-high 103 pitches and limiting St. Louis’ lineup to just four baserunners over seven stellar frames. He induced 14 swinging strikes, with a dozen of them coming on his splitter/sweeper combo, and allowed just seven batted balls with an exit velocity in excess of 95 mph. The 30-year-old Japanese southpaw has been a revelation this season in his Cubs debut, allowing two earned runs or fewer in 12 of his 13 starts so far. He’ll carry a microscopic 1.89 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 78/11 K/BB ratio across 76 innings (13 starts) into a home outing on Friday against the Mets.
  • WAS Right Fielder #43
    It certainly didn’t take long for Ramírez to find a new opportunity after being released earlier this week by the Rays. However, it’s a bit surprising that he was forced to settle for a minor league deal. The 29-year-old corner outfielder boasts a solid .287/.325/.408 triple-slash line with 37 homers and 18 steals in 511 games in the majors since 2019. He’s batted .300 with 19 homers and 13 steals over the last three season for Tampa Bay and represents a solid depth addition for the rebuilding Nationals. It wouldn’t be surprising to see him in Washington very soon.
  • MIN Starting Pitcher #17
    Rain in the forecast throughout the afternoon and evening in Minnesota made this one an easy call. It’ll be made up as a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon instead. Saturday’s scheduled starters -- Joey Estes and Bailey Ober -- will presumably be pushed back to take the ball at some point during Sunday’s twin bill at Target Field.
  • BAL Starting Pitcher #38
    Not good. Bradish lands on the injured list after being removed from Friday’s start against the Phillies with right elbow discomfort. The primary concern here for fantasy managers is that Bradish missed time earlier this year due to a UCL sprain in his right elbow, which caused him to miss all of spring training and the first month of the season. There should be an update on his status at some point in the near future, but the 27-year-old righty could be facing a lengthy absence. It’s a significant hit to Baltimore’s starting rotation and a massive loss for fantasy managers as well.
  • HOU Starting Pitcher #35
    No word yet on the severity of the neck ailment that led to Verlander being scratched from a highly-anticipated outing against his former team, but Astros manager Joe Espada told reporters they don’t believe it’s an injured list situation. Espada added that the 41-year-old veteran righty has been pitching through neck soreness for the last two or three weeks, which certainly helps explain his recent struggles. It’ll be rookie Spencer Arrighetti taking the ball in his place. There should be an additional update on his status at some point this weekend. He’ll presumably undergo some additional testing to determine the extent of the lingering issue. Stay tuned.
  • CLE Third Baseman #11
    Ramírez will miss the remainder of Cleveland’s weekend series in Toronto to be with his wife for the birth of their second child. It’ll be Johnathan Rodriguez coming up to take his active roster spot. The 31-year-old fantasy superstar, who holds a sublime .864 OPS with 18 homers and 11 steals in 291 plate appearances over 66 games this season, should be back from paternity leave early next week.
  • TOR Shortstop #11
    Blue Jays manager John Schneider told reporters they’ll see how Bichette is feeling this weekend before deciding on a course of action. It doesn’t sound like a serious concern, but it’s a developing situation fantasy managers should keep a close eye on. He’s been playing through the lingering issue of late and is presumably day-to-day for now.
  • ATL Center Fielder #23
    No word yet on the severity of the injury, but fantasy managers should anticipate Harris missing at least a couple weeks, even in a best-case scenario. The 23-year-old upper-echelon fantasy contributor, who hits the shelf with a .653 OPS with five homers and eight steals across 278 plate appearances through 67 contests, suffered the injury during the opening frame of Friday’s contest against the Rays while running the bases. There should be some clarity on his return timeline in the coming days.
  • BAL Starting Pitcher #38
    Not good. Bradish is slated to undergo further testing after lasting just five innings on Friday night before exiting after just 74 pitches. He was spotted shaking his elbow throughout the contest on a night where his velocity was up significantly from previous levels. The biggest concern here for fantasy managers is that the 27-year-old righty is roughly six weeks removed from returning from a UCL sprain in his right elbow that caused him to miss all of spring training and the opening month of the season. There should be an update on his status in the coming days and it seems highly likely that he could wind up requiring another trip to the injured list. We’ll have updates on the developing situation as they unfold.


Ledecky qualifies for Olympics with 400m free win
Katie Ledecky officially punched her ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympics by winning the women's 400m freestyle at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Team Trials with a time of 3:58.35.

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124th U.S. Open
Live From reacts to Bryson DeChambeau’s standout performance from Round 3 of the 2024 U.S. Open and looks ahead to Sunday’s final round, explaining what he needs to do to secure a victory.
Look back at the top moments from Round 3 of the 2024 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, which included plenty of shuffling at the top of the leaderboard throughout the day.
The Live From crew gives its reactions to Rory McIlroy’s performance so far during the 2024 U.S. Open and the chance he has of pulling off a comeback victory during the final round.
Bryson DeChambeau recaps his third-round 67 at the 2024 U.S. Open and his ability to work around the greens, as well as embracing the support of the fans with a favorable lead ahead of the final round.
How to watch the 124th U.S. Open, including primary and featured-group coverage.
Rory McIlroy tells Damon Hack he’d take his 1-under U.S. Open Round 3 but is disappointed with the finish, before watching Bryson DeChambeau miss a putt to bring McIlroy that much closer to his first major since 2014.
Johnson Wagner was not immune to the struggles at Pinehurst No. 2’s tricky 13th hole, which wreaked havoc for players like Tony Finau and Ludvig Åberg during Saturday’s Round 3 of the U.S. Open.


Matthew Pouliot recommends a rehabbing Rays starter and two others in this week’s pickups column.
Kawhi Leonard and James Harden may have been undervalued to begin the season and with good reason.
Denny Carter and Kyle Dvorchak talk about who on the Dallas Cowboys will feast in fantasy if the team goes to a more pass-heavy offense.
If rookie RB Tyrone Tracy Jr., a former college WR who seems to be quickly rising on the Giants’ depth chart, can beat out Devin Singletary for passing down snaps, Singletary’s fantasy upside will plummet.

Motor Sports

Sam Mayer earned his sixth career Xfinity Series win Saturday and said he hopes Cup owners are paying attention.
Corey Heim feels he could have been more aggressive on the final restart at Iowa Speedway, but is looking forward to building on his third-place finish when the Xfinity Series heads to New Hampshire.
Riley Herbst comes up just short in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Iowa Speedway and expresses his frustration with the way Sam Mayer raced him on the final restart, but feels encouraged with the No. 98’s speed.
Sam Mayer scores his first short track victory in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ return to Iowa Speedway, his second win of the 2024 season.


DeChambeau said he has torn ligaments in his right hip but it’s not slowing him day this week.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss the reinvention of Bryson DeChambeau’s game and life as compared to his last U.S. Open win, as he enters Sunday’s final round the leader at Pinehurst No. 2.
Boring golf? DeChambeau provided late dramatics Saturday to set up a much-anticipated Sunday.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner break down the third round of the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.
Brandel Chamblee and Paul McGinley discuss Bryson DeChambeau leaning into the crowd on the 13th tee at Pinehurst during Round 3 of the U.S. Open and how his playing partners, like Ludvig Åberg Saturday, need to respond.
Bryson DeChambeau turned Pinehurst No. 2 into a one-man show Saturday in the U.S. Open.


Draymond Green says it doesn’t, but Thompson is a free agent this summer and will have options.
“We’re not making any excuses. We need to be better, and we will. We will be better,” Jayson Tatum said.
Leonard missed the end of the regular season and playoffs with swelling in his surgically repaired knee.
While other networks could come courting, Barkley said he’s walking away after the 2024-25 season.


Vaughn Dalzell breaks down how he is betting on Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Celtics and Mavericks.
The Boston Celtics take on the Mavericks in Dallas with hopes of clinching their first NBA Championship since 2008. With the series on the cusp of closure, Brad Thomas has a SGP that he loves for this game!
Burrow’s return to the field to conclude with a Title
Jayson Tatum is second in the betting odds, but things would have to shift dramatically for him to win.


MLB did not find that games worked by Hoberg were compromised but said discipline was still warranted.
The 37-year-old Abreu was batting .124 (14 for 113) with two homers and seven RBIs this season
Baseball B-rad is back in action with a three leg same-game parlay for the Athletics and Twins game.
Kansas City said Henter Renfroe is expected to miss two to three weeks, down from six to eight weeks.

Premier League

St. Pauli promotion architect Fabian Hurzeler is going to the top-flight... of England; Brighton makes history with hiring of new manager.
Twenty-one of 24 nations competing at EURO 2024 include at least one Premier League player on the roster. Here’s who will be on the pitches of Germany this summer.
There are official dates for the start and end of the 2024-25 Premier League season, and an official fixture release date, too.
Joe Prince-Wright, Andy Edwards, and Nick Mendola analyze Manchester United’s decision to retain Erik ten Hag despite a season of uncertainty and lackluster performances.

College Football

The College Football Transfer Portal is underway. Here is a one-stop shop to track which big-name players are on the move this offseason.
Marcus Daniels’ body was sent to a medical examiner for an autopsy, Forrest County Coroner Lisa Klem told news outlets.
The first year of the 12-team College Football Playoff will kick off with a first-round game on Dec. 20 and conclude with the title game one month later in Atlanta.
The school did not detail what internal follow-up — as suggested by the report — was done.

College Basketball

Brother From Another

Vincent Goodwill explains why the Boston Celtics are an “oddly dominant” team and Michael Holley wonders where this team ranks among the greatest of all time.
After Luka Doncic fouled out in the Dallas Mavericks’ Game 3 loss to the Boston Celtics with 4:12 remaining, Michael Holley says that Doncic is not one of the three best players in the NBA.
Michael Holley and Vincent Goodwill pay tribute to the late Jerry West who passed away at 86 years old, including the inception of “the logo” and the many NBA dynasties West helped shape.
Michael Holley and Vincent Goodwill react to Joe Mazzulla’s surprising response to a question on race, and what it says about every individual’s unique experience with race and religion.

Local coverage

The superstars’ vastly different on-court demeanors were on display in Game 3.
The 49ers’ future hopes of signing Brock Purdy to a long-term contract extension in 2025 just got significantly more expensive.
Eagles GM Howie Roseman is known for making trades but a video from the Commanders shows the other side of the phone call.
Angel Reese. the No. 7 overall pick of the 2024 WNBA draft, is making an early-season case for the league’s Rookie of the Year award


Both players were in contention until triple bogeys on the 13th hole.
EURO 2024 will dominate from June 14 to July 14 as 24 teams square off in Germany aiming to be crowned European champions.
The tournament in Germany this summer is going to be a brilliant 24-team event in packed-out stadiums.
Ty Masterpool’s first SuperMotocross victory was the 300th for Pro Circuit.
Albania scoresafter just 23 seconds but Italy takes the lead after 16 minutes in a thrill-a-minute (nearly) start to EURO 2024 for Kuqezinjtë and Gli Azzurri.