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Tejay van Garderen and Brent Bookwalter look back on Stage 17 of the Tour de France, including Richard Carapaz’s victory and a take a closer look at the GC battle moving forward.

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  • 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.
  • CLE Relief Pitcher #48
    Clase was summoned to protect a two-run lead in the final frame of the Midsummer Classic and needed just 13 pitches (11 strikes) to preserve the victory. The hard-throwing 26-year-old right-hander made quite a statement in his third straight All-Star Game appearance, striking out Pete Alonso to open the frame before retiring Elly De La Cruz on a ground out to second base. Padres rookie Jackson Merrill managed to get on-base with an infield single before he struck out Bryan Reynolds to slam the door.
  • OAK Relief Pitcher #19
    Miller’s flawless frame also included an eye-popping strikeout of Shohei Ohtani on a nasty 89 mph slider on the heels of a 101.8 mph fastball. He also delivered a sizzling 103.6 mph fastball, the fastest pitch in All-Star Game history in the Statcast era, prior to striking out Trea Turner. Fantasy managers are looking at arguably the best closer in baseball right now. The hard-throwing 25-year-old righty talked earlier this week about potentially returning to the starting rotation in the future, which would be a pretty significant development for his fantasy appeal.
  • PIT Starting Pitcher #30
    Skenes lived up to the astronomical hype with an impressive frame during his Midsummer Classic debut. The hard-throwing 22-year-old phenom, who fired seven hitless innings with 11 strikeouts in his final outing prior to the All-Star break, broke out his signature splinker to generate a rare ugly swing from Juan Soto and touched triple digits on multiple occasions. The only question left for fantasy managers to ask is whether he can come remotely close to sustaining this over the next few years.
  • LAD Left Fielder #37
    Witt came up just a few feet short on his final swing of going to a swing off. MLB’s new format tonight helped prevent any standout performances by adding a clock and a pitch limit, and Alec Bohm’s 21-homer showing as the very first batter in the first round actually ended up as the biggest number of the night. Still, it made for a close competition, and everything was very much in doubt until the very end. Hernández barely survived the semis after Bohm faltered on his final few swings and then edged Witt in the shorter final round.
  • 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.


Rory's putting under microscope at The Open
The Live From crew analyzes Rory McIlroy's putting game and the aspects of his stroke and approach that make him good but not great on the green.

NBC Sports Podcasts


The Texans worked out veteran offensive lineman Cameron Erving on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC reports.
The Packers placed rookie Kitan Oladapo on the non-football injury list ahead of training camp.
One Chargers rookie isn’t quite ready to start practicing at training camp yet.
Williams pursued getting paid as an LLC, receiving cash as a forgivable loan.
The 152nd Open
The Live From crew analyzes Rory McIlroy’s putting game and the aspects of his stroke and approach that make him good but not great on the green.
Johnson Wagner joins Scottie Scheffler and caddie Ted Scott at the 12th hole ahead of The Open, where the superstar walks through his approach for several “puzzles” at Royal Troon.
Live From reviews the back nine at Royal Troon Golf Club for The Open Championship, where golfers will encounter limited sightlines, strong winds and challenging landscapes.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner share their biggest takeaways from R&A CEO Martin Slumber’s press conference, where he highlighted LIV player’s eligibility in The Open Championship and more.
Royal Troon may have entered The Open Championship’s rotation because of a lucky break, but it has proven its worth ever since.
Johnson Wagner displays the difficulty of hitting out of ‘deep’ bunkers on the 14th hole at Royal Troon Golf Club.
Johnson Wagner walks and talks with Adam Scott at the 6th hole at The Open, discussing the 44-year-old’s experience at Royal Troon Golf Club.
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.


Patrick Daugherty and John Shipley discuss the Jacksonville Jaguars’ receiving room, providing fantasy outlooks for Gabe Davis, Christian Kirk and rookie Brian Thomas Jr.
Patrick Daugherty and Nick Suss examine how the addition of Brian Callahan as Titans head coach could influence the trajectory of Will Levis’ career.
The Rotoworld Football Show crew discusses whether fantasy football players should still be all-in on Indianapolis Colts’ Anthony Richardson as a dual-threat quarterback after suffering a shoulder injury last season.
James Schiano looks at every starting pitcher that might face an innings limit this season and how much more we can expect them to pitch.

Motor Sports

The Cup Series races on the oval at Indianapolis for the first time since 2020.
In the eight months since his wrist injury, Stylez Robertson has undergone five surgeries.
Bubba Wallace closes in on a playoff spot, while 23XI Racing teammate Tyler Reddick is challenging for the points lead.
Nate Ryan and Steve Letarte explain why Indianapolis Motor Speedway is so difficult and what it takes to be successful at the legendary track.


The par-4 11th hole at Royal Troon has historically been the toughest hole on property.
Spaniards in various sports have seen recent success. Can Jon Rahm follow suit?
The Kelly family might have the best vantage point when the 152nd edition begins Thursday.
Royal Troon may have entered The Open Championship’s rotation because of a lucky break, but it has proven its worth ever since.
Rex Hoggard and Ryan Lavner discuss Rory McIlroy’s potential at The Open Championship after a disappointing finish at the U.S. Open.
Johnson Wagner displays the difficulty of hitting out of ‘deep’ bunkers on the 14th hole at Royal Troon Golf Club.


Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo joins the Dan Patrick Show to detail his MLB All-Star Game experience and discuss his thoughts on Paul Skenes.
Eric Samulski and Scott Pianowski discuss their dream trades ahead of the MLB trade deadline, including Jackson Holliday to the Tigers, and a deal that sends Luis Robert and Garrett Crochet to the Orioles.
The DPS crew discuses the MLB All-Star Game, commenting on the quality of the game and the uniform design.
Eric Samulski and Scott Pianowski break down the possibility of Detroit Tigers ace Tarik Skubal being traded at the deadline, workshopping a potential trade with the Baltimore Orioles.


That’s a steal of a deal as the Bucks have added depth this offseason.
Irving injured his hand training, according to the team, but the details of the injury are not public.
Houston’s Reed Sheppard has been the breakout star among this draft class so far.
UConn men’s basketball head coach Dan Hurley joins the Dan Patrick Show to discuss why he turned down the Los Angeles Lakers job, possibility of coaching in the NBA in the future and more.


After hitting another outright winner last week, Brad Thomas is back to see if he can land his eight outright selection for The Open Championship
Bet the EDGE takes a dive into the NL Rookie of the Year Futures Market
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick break down what it would take for Pittsburgh Pirates rookie phenom Paul Skenes to win National League Cy Young over competitors like Chris Sale and Zack Wheeler, despite a lesser workload.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick reflect on one of the most “unlikely” Wimbledon finals between Barbora Krejčíková and Jasmine Paolini, as well as the ever-changing betting markets.

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 Premier League summer transfer window is in full flow ahead of the 2024-25 season and there are plenty of big questions cropping up.
Yoro is a French youth international who made his Ligue 1 debut at 16. He’s made 60 senior appearances for Lille and turns 19 in November.

College Football

Cade McNamara started five games last season before a knee injury and subsequent surgery sidelined him for the rest of the year.
SEC coordinator of officials John McDaid explained the league’s approach to officiating opposing players doing the derisive play on Texas’ beloved horns up at SEC Media Days.
Four-star safety Hylton Stubbs committed to Miami on July 4.
Class of 2027 quarterback Trae Taylor picked up offers from Ohio State, Oklahoma and Ole Miss in June.

College Basketball

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.
Outside of Cooper Flagg, Rob Cassidy thinks that V.J. Edgecombe will makes the biggest freshman impact in 2024-25.
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.

Local coverage

There will be plenty of important storylines to keep your eye on when the Bears open camp.
Is there an NFL team willing to pay Brandon Aiyuk what he believes he’s worth? Reportedly, yes.
The idea Nick Sirianni’s time with the Eagles had come to an end loomed large following their monumental collapse to the 2023 season.
Duran’s two-run homer was the difference in the American League’s 5-3 victory.


The Bears’ biggest move on Wednesday was the signing of quarterback Caleb Williams to his first NFL contract, but they made a couple of other moves involving players dealing with injuries.
The Texans became the first team to have all of its players report to training camp on Wednesday and they made several roster moves after welcoming the players to the facility.
Veteran linebacker and special teams contributor Tyler Matakevich will have a second stint with the Steelers.
The first overall pick’s signing was reported prematurely, but it is now official.
In his six seasons as a starting quarterback, Patrick Mahomes’ worst finish to a season has been an overtime loss in the AFC Championship Game.