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  • COL Third Baseman
    Condon put up spectacular numbers in his two seasons with the Bulldogs, and finished 2024 with 37 homers and a 1.565 OPS that was buoyed by a 1.009 slugging percentage. Obviously the power is the calling card for the 21-year-old -- he turns 22 in April -- but he does have the swing to suggest he can hit for average as well without a huge amount of swing-and-miss in his profile. He won’t provide many stolen bases, but whether he ends up at third, a corner-outfield spot or even first base, he’s an absolute must-have in fantasy formats, especially with the added benefit of his new home park.
  • CIN Starting Pitcher
    Burns was considered one of the top prep prospects in the 2021 draft but chose to go the college route, and after two solid seasons at Tennessee, he blossomed at Wake Forest in his junior campaign with a 2.70 ERA and a whopping 191 strikeouts over 100 2/3 innings in his 16 starts. His arsenal is impressive; starting with a fastball that can get up to 102 mph and quite often finishing with a wipeout slider that might be the best pitch of any player in the class. Between those two pitches is an above-average change and a quality curve, and while he’s not a control artist, he should throw enough strikes to be a starter. Burns has a nice combination of floor and ceiling, and it’s not hard to see him becoming a fantasy ace someday.
  • CLE Second Baseman
    Not a huge surprise. A product of Australia, made an immediate impact at Oregon State and finished his junior campaign with a slash of .407/.568/.911 with 28 homers and 16 stolen bases. The left-handed hitting second baseman can make hard contact to all parts of the field with many believing he can finish with a 70-grade (on the 20-80 scouting scale) hit tool, and there’s above-average power and plus speed for good measure. He’s not considered a great defender, but he should be able to stick at second base and obviously the bat will play there. Bazzana has the talent to help in all categories, and he could be playing in the majors by this point next year.
  • NYY Relief Pitcher #35
    Who else is dizzy right now? After entering the bottom of the ninth with a 5-3 lead, Holmes allowed a leadoff single to Kyle Stowers and would go on to load the bases with walks to Ryan O’Hearn and Adley Rutschman before an error from Anthony Volpe allowed a run to score. Cedric Mullins then poked a ball to left field, which landed over the head of Alex Verdugo after he stumbled. Given the stakes, it’s hard to think of a more demoralizing loss. The Yankees will have a few days to dwell on the lost opportunity during the All-Star break. This wasn’t all Holmes’ fault, but he’s not exactly in the circle of trust right now.
  • BAL Shortstop #2
    Henderson took Carlos Rodon deep for a two-run shot in the third inning. With that blast, he’s already equaled his home run total from his entire rookie season. It’s scary to think about what his ceiling could be. Next up for Henderson is an appointment in the Home Run Derby on Monday in Arlington, Texas.
  • NYM Starting Pitcher #34
    Senga threw 66 pitches, allowing two hits and two walks while striking out three. The next step hasn’t been decided, but it’s possible the Mets could deem him ready for his season debut coming out of the All-Star break. The club will move to a six-man rotation upon his return.
  • MIN Shortstop #4
    The issue was confirmed after going for an MRI. Correa dealt with plantar fasciitis in his left foot last season, but this current issue isn’t believed to be as severe. The All-Star break comes at a good time for him.
  • LAD Starting Pitcher
    His exact debut isn’t yet known, but he’s expected to join a rotation that is in tatters due to a host of injuries. The 25-year-old Ryan has had some injuries issues of his own this season, missing two months with a shoulder issue, but he’s put up a strong 2.21 ERA and 27/7 K/BB ratio in seven appearances since returning to action, including five starts in Triple-A. Ryan has emerged as one of the Dodgers’ best prospects, but he’s a bit of a wild card for fantasy purposes. Still, he appears to be worth a stash at the moment.
  • ARI Center Fielder #7
    Carroll is attempting to wrap up a disastrous first half on a high note with his first multi-homer performance since June 9, 2023. He plated an early run with a second-inning sacrifice fly before walloping a three-run homer in the seventh inning and launching a two-run blast in the ensuing frame. The 23-year-old fantasy star, who put together a 25-homer, 54-steal campaign last year in his full-season debut, has just five round-trippers and 18 steals in 93 games leading into next week’s All-Star break. Fantasy managers have been waiting on the power breakthrough from Carroll for months at this juncture, so hopefully this is the type of game that will get him back on track entering the second half.
  • ARI Starting Pitcher #45
    Diaz was nearly flawless against Toronto’s struggling lineup in his second big-league start, keeping them off the scoreboard with the exception of a run-scoring sacrifice fly to Alejandro Kirk in the second inning following a one-out triple by former Diamondbacks standout Daulton Varsho. He struck out two and also issued a pair of walks. The 23-year-old righty wasn’t overpowering in this one, as evidenced by just five swinging strikes and a lackluster 24 percent CSW, yet he was able to avoid major damage by limiting the Blue Jays to just a pair of extra-base hits on 10 batted balls with an exit velocity over 95 mph. The minor league numbers have been excellent, and Diaz looks like he’s going to get an extended opportunity for the Diamondbacks after the All-Star break over pedestrian options like Slade Cecconi and Ryne Nelson, but it’s difficult to trust him completely outside of deeper mixed leagues at this juncture. We’re intrigued by the impressive raw stuff, but he’s giving up a lot of hard contact and isn’t missing a ton of bats at the moment, which are some pretty glaring warning signs.


Highlights: Genesis Scottish Open, Round 4
Watch the best moments from the final round of the 2024 Genesis Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland.

NBC Sports Podcasts


The stadium where the Dolphins play will be hosting, eventually, the Copa América final between Argentina and Colombia.
One way that the Falcons can improve their chances of success in 2024 is by finding more ways to get Kyle Pitts going on offense.
For the second straight month, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will take the witness stand in a trial.
Higgins signed his $21.816 million franchise tag in June.
Countdown to Paris 2024
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2024 Paris Olympics.
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.
Canada returns to Olympic men’s basketball for the first time since 2000.
Tour de France 2024
Watch cyclists finish the 197.7km mountainous trek from Loudenvielle to Plateau to Beille in Stage 15 of the 2024 Tour de France.
It was Pogacar’s third stage win in this year’s Tour and his seventh career stage win in the Pyrenees mountains.
Christian Vande Velde shares his biggest takeaways from a thrilling Stage 15 at the 2024 Tour de France, where Tadej Pogacar battled with Jonas Vingegaard to capture his second consecutive stage win.
2024 Tour de France standings for the yellow jersey, green jersey, white jersey and king of the mountains.
Just a day after an impressive Stage 14 win, Tadej Pogacar reflects on an “incredible” day that saw him capture Stage 15 with a brilliant attack in Plateau de Beille.
Beyond the Podium reacts to a dramatic Stage 15 of the 2024 Tour de France, where Tadej Pogacar surged in the mountains to win his second straight stage while Jonas Vingegaard finished second.
Here’s all the information you need to keep up with “La Grande Boucle.”


Progress on the pitching front, power outage from the bats
Eric Samulski breaks down this week’s top waiver wire adds and drops.
Gunnar Henderson, Pete Alonso, and Jose Ramírez headline the 2024 MLB Home Run Derby.
Kyle Dvorchak breaks down the fantasy outlooks of Justin Herbert, Quentin Johnston, Ladd McConkey, and the rest of the Los Angeles Chargers.

Motor Sports

Levi Kitchen joins Ty Masterpool and Chance Hymas as first-time Pro Motocross 250 winners this season
Marty Snider and Dale Jarrett go through the field and recap all of the action from Ryan Blaney’s Cup Series win at Pocono Raceway.
Here is what drivers throughout the field were saying Sunday.
Alex Bowman “couldn’t get the job done” on the final restart at Pocono Raceway and comes home third but remains encouraged with the position his race team has put themselves in as of late.


Watch highlights from the fourth and final round of the 2024 ISCO Championship at Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky, ending in a dramatic five-man playoff.
MacIntyre didn’t expect to have all the alcohol out of his system by the time he teed it up Thursday at Troon.
The Open Championship at Royal Troon will feature 158 players, the most since 159 players teed it up in 1995.
The 27-year-old Scot birdied the 72nd hole to win the Genesis Scottish Open.
Here’s what champion Robert MacIntyre and those who made the cut earned at the Scottish Open.


Philadelphia Phillies left-hander Cristopher Sánchez is set for his first All-Star Game appearance as the replacement for Atlanta lefty Chris Sale.
Paul Skenes learns he’ll be the NL All-Star Game starter as he joins the show to break down his big game against the Brewers, adjustments he’s made in the big leagues and more.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down why you should rush to the window and get a piece of Paul Skenes’ odds for NL CY Young.
Skenes allowed no hits through seven innings against the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday but left-hander Colin Holderman started the eighth and gave up a single to the first batter, Jake Bauers.


Clingan was everything advertised pre-draft, including the need to work on his offense.
Muscala spent last season on the Oklahoma City bench but is leaving to pursue a graduate degree in sports management.


Gunnar Henderson, Pete Alonso, and Jose Ramírez headline the 2024 MLB Home Run Derby.
Burrow and Richardson returns mean Cincy and Indy on the Rise
The Euro 2024 final is this Sunday in Berlin, and Brad Thomas has a best bet for the game
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down why you should rush to the window and get a piece of Paul Skenes’ odds for NL CY Young.

Premier League

The fixtures for the 2024-25 Premier League season have been released.
The Netherlands international and Bayern Munich product is reported to cost nearly $50 million
Enjoy our guesses — both pragmatic and wild — as we look to what could happen for each of 20 Premier League clubs before the transfer window closes at the end of August.
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.

College Football

More from elite 4-star WR Caleb Cunningham
Four-star defensive end Jake Kreul impressed at the Rivals Five-Star in Jacksonville.
Four-star Alabama commit Abduall Sanders is still being pursued heavily by Tennessee.
College athletes whose efforts primarily benefit their schools may qualify as employees deserving of pay under federal wage-and-hour laws, a U.S. appeals court ruled Thursday in a setback to the NCAA.

College Basketball

The Indiana capital and NCAA home was previously chosen in 2018 to host the men’s Division I Final Four for the ninth time from April 4-6, 2026, at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Five-star Cooper Flagg made waves this week at a USA Basketball scrimmage.
Four-star Dorian Jones committed to Ohio State on July 1.
Four-star Kayden Mingo ranks No. 43 in the 2025 Rivals150.

Local coverage

Cristopher Sanchez stood out as one of the most obvious candidates to replace a pitcher unable to participate in the All-Star Game and he received the news Saturday afternoon that he’d be joining seven of his Phillies teammates in Texas.
On a recent episode of “The Draymond Green Show,” Baron Davis expressed his sadness that Klay Thompson is no longer on the Warriors.
Johnson once appeared to warn Williams about his attitude before he was drafted.
The Celtics star chose not to take the bait.


Fish finished four points clear of hockey’s Joe Pavelski in the celebrity event.
NASCAR’s changes at Iowa created a track that limited passing opportunities and racing for IndyCar.
Els captured the Kaulig Companies Championship at Firestone Country Club.
Spain beat England for the title of European champions. Links to everything that happened in Germany at EURO 2024.
Which player won the Golden Boot at EURO 2024? Wrong question, because players — plural — shared the honor at this tournament.