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Tiger Woods missed the cut in The Open posting a 14-over at Royal Troon. Hear from him after Round 2 and Brandel Chamblee’s analysis on why his struggles are due to more than just rust.
The line continues to lengthen between Chase Sexton and former red plate holder Hunter Lawrence this week in Washougal.

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  • LAD First Baseman #5
    The Dodgers trailed 1-0 when Freeman came to the plate with the bases juiced in the eighth. He cleared them with a grand slam homer off Brennan Bernardino to give Los Angeles the 4-1 lead and a victory to open the second half. Freeman continues to rake to the surprise of no one with 15 homer and 65 RBI and a slash of .291/.394/.497.
  • LAD Starting Pitcher #22
    It’ll be Kershaw’s third rehab outing as he continues to progress towards a mid-to-late August season debut coming off last year’s shoulder surgery. The 36-year-old veteran lefty struck out five over three shutout innings last weekend for Triple-A Oklahoma City. He figures to make an impact for fantasy managers over the final few weeks of the year, even in shallow mixed leagues. The results have been there for the future Hall of Fame southpaw, when healthy, over the last few years.
  • OAK Shortstop
    Wilson will join the Athletics for Friday’s second-half opener against the Angels after just 72 games in the minors since being selected sixth overall in last year’s MLB Draft. The 22-year-old shortstop has torn the cover off the ball this season in the upper minors with a surreal .438/.475/.687 triple-slash line with seven homers and two steals across 200 plate appearances. He doesn’t offer a ton of over-the-fence pop or stolen base potential upside, and Oakland’s lackluster supporting cast doesn’t exactly help either. Yet, his bat-to-ball skills give him a shot to make an impact for fantasy managers in the second half. He’s at least worthy of a speculative roster spot in deeper mixed leagues.
  • CIN Starting Pitcher
    MLB Pipeline’s Jim Callis adds that Burns will receive a $9.25 million signing bonus as the second-overall pick from the 2024 MLB Draft out of Wake Forest, narrowly surpasses the record-setting $9.2 million figure current All-Star Paul Skenes received last year from the Pirates as the top-overall selection. The 21-year-old right-hander projects as an impact fantasy contributor in the near future as he boasts a triple-digit fastball and arguably the best slider in the entire draft class. It’s easy to envision him blossoming into an upper-echelon fantasy starter down the road given his impressive stuff. He’ll be worth monitoring closely over the next few months as he kicks off his professional career.
  • SD Right Fielder #23
    It’s an extremely important checkpoint that clears Tatis to “continue to incrementally increase his baseball activity.” He’s resumed playing catch and swinging a bat already, so he could move to facing live pitching soon, and then progress to a rehab assignment shortly after that. While that means he still may be weeks away from returning, it’s good to see that he’s making some progress entering the second half.
  • FA Starting Pitcher #41
    No indication yet on where exactly Hill will wind up at this juncture or whether there’s any actual interest from teams. However, the 44-year-old left-hander appears set on returning for what would be his 20th season in the big leagues since 2005. He was largely ineffective late last year with a calamitous 8.23 ERA in 10 appearances (five starts, and five relief appearances) following a midseason trade to the Padres. Yet, there’s probably some appeal here for a contending franchise to bring him in as a low-risk dice roll to see if there’s anything left in the tank.
  • CWS Catcher #15
    Maldonado remains one of the better defensive catchers in baseball, despite his advanced age, but that doesn’t really matter for fantasy purposes where he’s been a complete non-factor for years. The 37-year-old backstop figures to have some appeal for a contender as a backup option given his defensive prowess, but he’s not going to have any sort of impact for fantasy managers, regardless of where he winds up next. According to Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times, it’ll be Chuckie Robinson coming up from Triple-A Charlotte to take his roster spot following the All-Star break.
  • CWS Center Fielder #13
    The deal is now official. With Yoán Moncada (adductor) due back at some point next month, and Lenyn Sosa heading to the minors, it seems like the White Sox are going to give Senzel some runway at second base coming out of the All-Star break. The former second-overall pick from the 2016 MLB Draft never quite lived up to those lofty expectations with Cincinnati and was cut loose earlier this month by the Nationals after posting a .663 OPS with seven homers and one steal in 64 games. The 29-year-old has undoubtedly underwhelmed to this point in his career, but he represents a worthwhile reclamation project for the White Sox over the next few months.
  • BOS Center Fielder #16
    Duran came off the bench to slingshot the American League ahead with a tape-measure 413-foot moonshot to right field off Reds ace Hunter Greene in the fifth inning, which was enough for him to earn him MVP Award honors. The 27-year-old outfielder’s metamorphosis into an upper-echelon fantasy contributor, tallying 47 extra-base hits, including 10 home runs, and 22 stolen bases through 95 games, has been a big reason why the Red Sox find themselves in the playoff race coming out of the All-Star break.
  • LAD Designated Hitter #17
    Ohtani connected on a center-cut heater from Red Sox starter Tanner Houck, launching a colossal 400-foot no-doubter to right field, putting the National League ahead in the early stages of the Midsummer Classic. The 30-year-old two-way superstar became the first Dodger to homer in the All-Star Game since Mike Piazza back in 1996. It’s yet another signature moment for his end-of-career highlight reel.


Highlights: The Open Championship 2024, Round 2
Watch the best shots and moments from the second round of The Open Championship 2024 at Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland.

NBC Sports Podcasts


I’ve made it through 683 pages of the Sunday Ticket trial transcript.
With $14.1 billion on the line, yes, the two sides will sharply disagree.
The Patriots made a couple of roster moves on Friday as they prepared themselves for the start of training camp.
The 152nd Open
Watch the best shots and moments from the second round of The Open Championship 2024 at Royal Troon Golf Club in Scotland.
Rory McIlroy misses the cut at The Open Championship after his heartbreaking loss at the U.S. Open, marking ten years since the 35-year-old last won a major.
Relive the best escape shots from Round 2 of The Open Championship 2024 at Royal Troon Golf Club, featuring Tiger Woods, Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm and other stars.
It means something to make the cut in a major, and Max Homa’s reaction to his 29-footer to continue his weekend at The Open Championship is proof.
Tiger Woods missed the cut in The Open by posting a 14-over at Royal Troon. See his Round 2 lowlights, hear from him after his round and watch Brandel Chamblee analyze why his struggles are due to more than just rust.
Johnson Wagner tried to recreate the lie Shane Lowry faced after his tee shot on “The Railway” 11th hole at Royal Troon in The Open Championship Round 2 -- and like it did against Lowry, the fescue won.
How to watch The Open Championship on NBC, USA Network, Peacock and Golf Channel.
Countdown to Paris 2024
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Paris Olympics.
How to watch the 2024 U.S. Paralympic Track and Field Trials on NBC Sports and Peacock.
Rai Benjamin and Quincy Hall picked up statement wins at a Diamond League meet in Monaco.
The 2024 U.S. Olympic team roster of athletes updated as they qualify.
Gretchen Walsh is slated to swim three individual events at her first Olympics in Paris.
Dennis Schröder and brothers Franz and Moritz Wagner headline Germany’s Olympic men’s basketball team.


Mathew Pouliot has thoughts on some of the second half’s biggest callups in this week’s column.
Patrick Daugherty, Kyle Dvorchak, and Mike Kaye assess the Panthers’ offense and how targets might shake out between Diontae Johnson and Xavier Legette, as well as Jonathon Brooks’ fantasy viability.
Patrick Daugherty, Ian Hartitz and Kyle Dvorchak discuss New Orleans Saints’ Chris Olave and their concerns that the wide receiver’s ceiling is in question.
Ian Hartitz of Fantasy Life weighs in on whether the Atlanta Falcons’ Bijan Robinson is deserving of his RB2 fantasy football ranking and how Kyle Pitts stacks up among tight ends from a fantasy standpoint for 2024.

Motor Sports

INDIANAPOLIS — Tyler Reddick posted the fastest lap in Cup practice Friday in the series’ return to the oval at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The Cup Series races on the oval at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the first time since 2020.
The Xfinity Series is back on the oval at Indy for the first time since 2019.
Hendrick Motorsports Vice Chairman Jeff Gordon discussed several topics with reporters ahead of Sunday’s Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


Chanettee Wannasaen closed birdie-eagle on Highland Meadows’ twin par-5 finishing holes for a 6-under 66.
Watch the best shots and moments from the second round of the Barracuda Championship at Old Greenwood in Truckee.
How to watch The Open Championship on NBC, USA Network, Peacock and Golf Channel.
Tee times and pairings for the third round of The Open at Royal Troon.
Daily “mini-pods” from Rex and Lav during the 152nd Open Championship at Royal Troon.
Tiger Woods missed the cut in The Open by posting a 14-over at Royal Troon. See his Round 2 lowlights, hear from him after his round and watch Brandel Chamblee analyze why his struggles are due to more than just rust.


The 30-year-old right-hander threw about 57 pitches in a three-inning simulated game at Dodger Stadium on Friday.
Jay Croucher of Bet the EDGE sees value in betting for Lindor and Co.
Dean told the Las Vegas Stadium Authority that the club does not expect to spend the entire $380 million in public money allocated to build a new stadium.
Our fantasy baseball analysts find potential breakouts, regression candidates, and closers that can help you win your league.


The foundation for this year’s growth had been laid on the court and in the league office.
The Clippers pick up veteran point guard Kris Dunn in the deal.
The Bucks will need a healthy Middleton — and Antetokounmpo, and Lillard — to have a shot in the East next season.
“There is no Orlando Magic without Pat Williams,” NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said.


Jay Croucher of Bet the EDGE sees value in betting for Lindor and Co.
Orioles and Astros need pitching to Win in the East and West
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick discuss the Baltimore Orioles as a bet to win the AL East over the New York Yankees, breaking down the weaknesses of each squad after the All-Star break.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick discuss why the betting market is too high on Kirk Cousins and the Atlanta Falcons to win the AFC South in 2024, explaining why there’s better betting options in the division.

Premier League

The fixtures for the 2024-25 Premier League season have been released.
Fans will get to see Arsenal versus Manchester United in Los Angeles, Aston Villa visiting Borussia Dortmund, and Premier League champions Manchester City against Barcelona and AC Milan.
The men’s soccer competition at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games promises emerging young talent and familiar overage stars, and Premier League players fit into both of those categories as the 2024 Olympics.
The Premier League summer transfer window is in full flow ahead of the 2024-25 season and there are plenty of big questions cropping up.

College Football

The Oregon Ducks currently rank No. 4 in the Team Recruiting Rankings.
The No. 1 athlete in America will play his college football in the SEC.
Nathaniel Owusu-Boateng is currently the highest-ranked linebacker but Riley Pettijohn is nipping at his heels.
Cade McNamara started five games last season before a knee injury and subsequent surgery sidelined him for the rest of the year.

College Basketball

It was business as usual for at Peach Jam for five-star Cameron Boozer.
Brownell received a new, five-year contract worth $20 million after leading the Tigers to the Elite Eight.
Capel has a 97-92 record in six years with the Panthers, leading the program to the NCAA tournament in 2023.
Five-star Jordan Smith has made a case to rise even further up the ranks of the 2026 Rivals150.

Local coverage

On Arbella Early Edition, Albert Breer breaks down what the Patriots need to take into consideration before naming Drake Maye the Week 1 starter
San Francisco 49ers reveal throwback jersey schedule for 2024 NFL season
Should Philadelphia Phillies target Luis Robert ahead of MLB trade deadline?


Tight end Gerald Everett’s first training camp with the Bears will start with a stay on the non-football injury list.
Veteran NFL running back Kenyan Drake is hanging up his cleats.
Panthers running back Jonathon Brooks tore his ACL while playing for the University of Texas last November, so it’s not a great surprise that he has not been fully cleared for football work yet.
McIlroy and DeChambeau highlighted players who didn’t advance to the weekend at The Open Championship.
Nic Bodiford breaks down the fantasy football outlooks for Derek Carr, Chris Olave, Alvin Kamara and the rest of the New Orleans Saints.