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Noah Lyles, the defending 100m world champion, set the top time with a mark of 9.92 seconds in his 100m heat at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials to advance to the semifinals.
Thousands watched, but Sha’Carri Richardson ran alone in not just one race Saturday night, but in two.

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  • LAD Designated Hitter #17
    Ohtani connected for his 23rd round-tripper of the season in the fourth inning of Saturday’s Freeway Series finale against his former organization, launching a gargantuan 459-foot two-run moonshot to right-center field off Angels starter Zach Plesac as part of the Dodgers’ four-run explosion in the frame. The 29-year-old fantasy superstar homered in both games of the two-game set at Dodger Stadium and has gone deep a staggering six times over his last seven contests since June 16. Unreal.
  • LAD Starting Pitcher #31
    Glasnow took the ball for Saturday’s Freeway Series finale at Dodger Stadium and authored another dominant performance, notching his sixth double-digit strikeout effort in the process. He generated only nine swinging strikes, but threw an astounding 51 of 74 pitches for strikes to finish with a near-elite 36 percent CSW. He gave up only two hits as a fifth-inning solo shot by Logan O’Hoppe accounted for the lone earned run against him in this one. He’s bounced back following a rough outing against the Yankees back on June 9 by completing seven innings in each of his last two starts, while notching 19 strikeouts and allowing just one earned run during that span. He’ll carry a sparkling 2.88 ERA, 0.87 WHIP and 135/25 K/BB ratio across 100 innings (16 starts) into a road matchup on Saturday against the Giants.
  • COL Third Baseman #24
    McMahon was at the dish for the conclusion of an instant back-and-forth Coors Field classic which ended in truly bizarre fashion when Nationals reliever Kyle Finnegan committed a pitch clock violation that led to a bases-loaded free pass for McMahon and a walk-off victory for Colorado. The 29-year-old corner infield continued to build his All-Star Game case earlier in this contest by launching a solo homer in the eighth inning to cap off an impressive three-hit effort. He’s batting .280/.354/.486 with 14 homers, 42 RBI and one steal in 286 plate appearances over 75 games so far.
  • WAS Shortstop #5
    Abrams socked a majestic fifth-inning solo homer to right field -- his 12th round-tripper of the season -- off Rockies starter Cal Quantrill as part of a three-hit effort. The 23-year-old burgeoning fantasy superstar has notched six hits, including one homer and one steal, in 10 at-bats over two games at Coors Field since returning from a brief absence earlier this week due to a cyst near his left wrist. It certainly doesn’t appear that the lingering issue is going to impact his on-field performance based on what we’ve witnessed over the last few days in Colorado. He holds an impressive .829 OPS with 12 homers and 11 steals through 68 contests this season as he continues to build off last year’s breakout campaign.
  • SEA Starting Pitcher #36
    Gilbert issued just one walk while striking out six, and he needed just 92 pitches to get through the Miami lineup. The 27-year-old has not allowed a run over his last two outings, and he’s lowered his ERA to 2.71 thanks to those dominant results. The Mariners have arguably the best rotation in baseball, but Gilbert just might be the ace of that staff right now. He’s scheduled to face the Twins at home next weekend.
  • CHC Starting Pitcher #50
    Taillon was staked to a five-run cushion by the outset of the second inning and was able to cruise to his fourth victory of the season, setting a new season-high in the strikeout department in the process. A fifth-inning solo shot by Mets emerging star Francisco Alvarez was the lone blemish over six stellar frames as he induced 15 swinging strikes and finished with a robust 34 percent CSW. The 32-year-old righty has allowed two earned runs or fewer, while also completing six innings, in each of his las three starts dating back to June 11. He’ll bring a solid 2.90 ERA, 1.27 WHIP and 53/16 K/BB ratio across 68 1/3 innings (12 starts) into a road tilt on Thursday against the Giants at pitcher-friendly Oracle Park.
  • STL Right Fielder #41
    Burleson also stole a base in this one, just for good measure. It was arguably a career day for the 25-year-old corner outfielder as he notched his first multi-homer performance in the big leagues by taking former teammate Jordan Hicks deep for a three-run shot in the fourth inning before tacking on a two-run blast off reliever Sean Hjelle a couple frames later. He’ll continue to play regularly against right-handed pitching and is quietly emerging as a potential 25-plus homer threat, which is pretty remarkable considering he looked like nothing more than a bench player last year in his full-season debut.
  • CWS Starting Pitcher #33
    Thorpe delivered his strongest performance yet in his third big-league start, leaning heavily on his signature changeup in this one, which generated 10 whiffs on 16 swings, and managed to avoid letting his fastball get demolished. The 23-year-old top pitching prospect limited Detroit’s lineup to just a pair of hits and four walks over six strong frames. There’s definitely some streaming appeal for fantasy managers, if he can avoid hard contact on his pedestrian four-seam fastball at the highest level, because the changeup is that good. He’ll aim to keep the momentum going on Thursday when he squares off against Atlanta’s struggling lineup.
  • TOR Relief Pitcher #68
    Not good. Romano has been out since late May recovering from a right elbow issue and the fact that he’s still experiencing soreness isn’t good. The issue cropped up during a long-tossing session on Friday and the Blue Jays have shut him down for the moment to determine his next steps. It’ll be Chad Green continuing to close for Toronto for at least a couple additional weeks with both Romano and Yimi García (elbow) sidelined due to injury.
  • HOU Left Fielder #30
    Tucker is still walking with a limp and has yet to resume any baseball activities at this juncture. There was some optimism earlier this week that he was getting close, but clearly is still going to need some extra time to recover. There isn’t a definitive timeline for his return to Houston’s lineup at this point. He’s been out since early June recovering from a shin contusion. It’s fair to wonder if he’s dealing with something more serious like a hairline fracture at this point. There should be some clarity on his status at some point in the near future.


Sha'Carri shimmers in 100m at Track & Field Trials
Sha'Carri Richardson is officially on her way to the Olympic in Paris for the first time after winning the women's 100m at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials in 10.71 seconds, a season's and world's best in 2024.

NBC Sports Podcasts


Eastern Michigan University has formally unveiled Crosby Field, the newly named football field that recognizes Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby, and his wife, Rachel.
The 28-year-old three-time first-team All-Pro is still hoping he can play.
As the Sunday Ticket trial moves toward a potential verdict as soon as this week, the current purveyor of the premium package has begun to inform current customers of the price for 2024 — and of the date on which the first charges will be applied.
A fellow member of the Super Bowl MVP club criticizes the Jets QB.


Get ready for the 2024 season and another year of fantasy football action as our writers preview every squad’s offensive outlook, win totals and more.
Matthew Pouliot offers up some outfield options in this week’s pickups column.
Kyle Dvorchak breaks down the fantasy outlooks of Bryce Young, Diontae Johnson, Jonathon Brooks, and the rest of the Carolina Panthers.
The Celtics won their 18th NBA championship, and the roster boasted a few elite fantasy options.

Motor Sports

Joey Logano is the first driver outside a playoff spot entering today’s race.
Defending series champion captures his second pole position of the season.
The No. 40 Acura ARX-06 takes top starting spot for six-hour race over two Cadillacs.
Martin Truex Jr. said he’s had talks with Denny Hamlin about driving in select events for 23XI Racing next year.


Rich Lerner and Brandel Chamblee break down Cameron Young’s historic 59 in the third round of the Travelers Championship and ponder Young’s chances of finishing the week with a win.
Tee times and groupings for the final round of the PGA Tour’s signature event.
Kim shot 65 on a rainy Saturday to stay in front at the PGA Tour’s signature event.
Yang has come close to winning a major several times and now holds the 54-hole lead at Sahalee.
Watch the best shots and moments from Round 3 of the 2024 Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut.
Check out the top shots and moments from the third round of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.


Caruso is gone, the Bulls are trying to trade Zach LaVine, does DeRozan want to come back to these Bulls?
Orlando had been linked to Thompson, however, they are reportedly only offering two years, not the three he wants.
At the top of the draft board very little is certain.
Giddey was swapped for Alex Caruso in a trade that, in league circles, was seen as a win for the Thunder.


Boston will be back, but Bet the EDGE finds value further down the Odds Board
We are expecting Connor McDavid and Matthew Tkachuk to shine in Edmonton on Friday night.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick preview NBA championship odds for 2025, with the Boston Celtics opening as heavy favorites, and why they have reservations about the Nuggets, among others.


The deal buys out his arbitration years and adds two additional years of club options.
With Elly De La Cruz leading the way, the Reds are stealing bases at a rate unseen over the last three decades. And the Milwaukee Brewers and Washington Nationals are right on their heels.
Reggie Jackson’s recollection of the racism he endured is a stark reminder of “reality,” conveying the difficulty of returning to Birmingham, Alabama’s Rickwood Field, a place where he was brutally discriminated against.
A 34-year-old with a sidearm delivery, Tim Hill went 1-0 with a 5.87 ERA in 27 appearances with the White Sox

Premier League

The fixtures for the 2024-25 Premier League season have been released.
The 2024-25 Premier League fixtures have been revealed, and there are some tremendous matches set for early in the season.
Expectations are all over the spectrum for Manchester United’s 2024-25 Premier League season, the third under manager Erik ten Hag.
Eight Premier League players — almost all stars and led by Enzo Fernandez — will be on the defending champions’ side as Argentina bids for another Copa America crown.

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.
Harbaugh leads a list of inductees announced Friday night, recognizing the Los Angeles Chargers coach for capping his career at Michigan with a national championship.
Quarterback Deuce Knight (Lucedale, MS/ George County High School), the four-star prospect has officially accepted his invitation to the 2025 All-American Bowl.
Over the weekend, the UCLA Bruins successfully landed one of the top defensive backs in the country. 2025 All-American Jadyn Hudson from Pittsburg High School in California has committed to the Bruins.

College Basketball

If the men’s tournament were to expand it is expected the women’s tourney would as well.
Former Bulldogs star Victoria Vivians hired as assistant coach and scouting director for Mississippi State women’s basketball

Brother From Another

Marc J. Spears joins Brother From Another to discuss a 2023 incident in which Washington Wizards GM Will Dawkins was racially profiled while shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue, breaking down Dawkins’ response to the event.
Michael Holley, Vincent Goodwill and Marc J. Spears discuss Charles Barkley announcing that he will retire from TV next year, questioning if the Hall of Famer will really hang it up after the 2024-25 season.
Marc J. Spears explains why the Boston Celtics must get the job done in Game 5 before the pressure to close out the series builds in the NBA Finals.
Vincent Goodwill explains why analysts should “pump the pump the brakes” on calling the 2023-24 Boston Celtics a “historic team,” discussing why it’s difficult to build a dynasty in the modern NBA.

Local coverage

The lives of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown just changed forever. Michael Holley reflects on the legacy of the two Celtics stars after they delivered Banner 18.
For the first time the Bears will welcome HBO’s cameras inside Halas Hall for “Hard Knocks.”
ESPN’s Bill Barnwell explains how the 49ers could use the Philadelphia Eagles as a model to pay all of their star players.
Looking at the biggest Eagles questions by position on the defensive side of the ball in 2024.


Copa America is back in the United States and this tournament will be a beauty all the way to the final in Miami.
16 teams are squaring off at the 2024 Copa America across the USA, as the expanded tournament sees Brazil and Argentina as the favorites but there is plenty of expectation for upsets.
The strike occurred around 4:30 p.m., about an hour after play was suspended for dangerous weather at the Travelers Championship.
How to watch this week’s golf, including an LPGA major and a PGA Tour signature event
Magnus Sheffield and Matteo Jorgenson will join Brandon McNulty on the U.S. cycling team for the Paris Olympics.