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Phillies RF Jeff Francoeur Whiffs Trying to Throw Ball Back to Infield

Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Jeff Francoeur has one of the strongest outfield arms in all of baseball, but he didn't quite show it off on this play against the Washington Nationals on Sunday. In the top of the fifth inning, Nationals outfielder Denard Span ripped a double to right field. Show More Summary

New Houston Rocket Sam Dekker is mowing his mom's lawn 3 days after the NBA Draft

Sam Dekker was probably expecting a little bit of rookie hazing from his new teammates, but from his mom? From NBA To Lawn Boy! Thanks @dekker! pic.twitter.com/Bz1RSNC2IW — Carol Dekker (@CarolDekker) June 28, 2015 "Lawn Boy"?! That's harsh, Mama Dekker! Looks like the Rockets drafted a loving son.

Jeff Francoeur's inability to throw a baseball sums up Phillies' season

Apparently Ryne Sandberg took Jeff Francoeur's ability to throw with him. The Phillies have the worst record in baseball, so this seems about right. (h/t @bencelestino)

Cold Hard Fact for Sunday, June 28, 2015

Fact: Cardinals (50-24) are the first team to win 50 games before their 75th game of season since the White Sox did it 10 years ago (50-22 in 2005). Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: Elias Sports, h/t ESPN Stats & Info Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Andrew McCutchen needs a full suit of armor to protect himself at the plate

Andrew McCutchen seems to be getting hit a lot recently, so he's taking precautions before Sunday's game against the Braves. Elbow guard??, Rib and Back guard ??, Shin guard ??, RoboCop outfit??? #WorkingOnIt — andrew mccutchen (@TheCUTCH22) June 28, 2015 If anyone knows where he can get his hands on a RoboCop outfit, I'm sure he'd appreciate the help.

Icelandic soccer player scores outlandish bicycle kick goal

Matthias Vilhjálmsson got the scoring started in this Norwegian soccer game with an amazing bicycle kick. Start would go on to beat Aalesund 3-1, but really they won 10,000-0 after that first goal.

You can now knit your own creepy Andy Murray for Wimbledon

Looking forward to #Wimbledon? Knit your own Andy Murray with free pattern from Let's Knit! http://t.co/QzvuqPDzAj pic.twitter.com/P1qDJqIiRm — Black Sheep Wools (@BlackSheepWools) June 27, 2015 Hey, there's a market for everything,Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals-Phillies discussion thread: Games 74 and 75

Bryce Harper and Denard Span are back in the Nationals lineup for game one of today’s true doubleheader, one necessitated when yesterday’s game was rained out after one and a half innings. The Nationals will start Stephen Strasburg in game one, and announce their game two starter between games. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Nationals’ Michael A. Taylor continues to grow

PHILADELPHIA — Because baseball happens every day, evidence of maturation rarely glares, sometimes escaping notice. Often, progress is steady and slow. Nationals rookie outfielder Michael A. Taylor came into this season needing to improve his plate discipline, as he had the unfortunate tendency to chase too many breaking balls. Show More Summary

Biggest MLB Duds of Week 12, Position by Position

Over the course of a 162-game regular season, a week's worth of games is fairly insignificant. Slumps are a part of baseball, and even the most talented players in the game go through them. But that doesn't make it any easier for fans,...Show More Summary

Cardinals' Kolten Wong Does Awkward 'Nae Nae' After Hitting Double vs. Cubs

Kolten Wong had a good reason to celebrate on Saturday night. The St. Louis Cardinals second baseman hit a two-run double during the fifth inning against the Chicago Cubs to give his team an 8-1 lead. After successfully reaching second base, Wong celebrated with the famous Nae Nae dance. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Bryce Harper, Denard Span back in Nationals lineup for game one

Bryce Harper and Denard Span are back in the Nationals lineup for game one of Sunday’s true doubleheader, which is good, because two games in a day is a tough enough task. With a shortened bench, it would be a nearly impossible one.Show More Summary

Dez Bryant performs a sick backflip during Dirk Nowitzki's charity baseball game

Don’t look, Jerry! Unsigned Dez Bryant does backflip during Dirk’s celebrity baseball game http://t.co/YtL0uB5Yr8 pic.twitter.com/F5GhmDaBH8 — Dallas Cowboys news (@dmn_cowboys) June 28, 2015 Well that's ONE way to get a contract. Dez...Show More Summary

How to watch Sunday's Travelers Championship online, TV schedule and more

Welcome back, friends. Here's how to watch the final round of the Travelers on Sunday. Jim Nantz is back! After last week's most unorthodox diversion to Joe Buck, Greg Norman, and FOX, golf returns to its more traditional broadcast partner Sunday at the Travelers. Show More Summary

Hanley Ramirez Injury: Updates on Red Sox Star's Hand and Return

Hanley Ramirez has been out of action since June 24 with a contusion on his left hand after taking a line drive from teammate Xander Bogaerts while running the bases. Continue below for updates. Ramirez Headed to Boston for MRI Sunday,...Show More Summary

Ex-Marine golfer claims to have shot a 57 with 3 holes-in-one

Patrick Wills had a pretty great day at the golf course, shooting a 57 that was good enough to win the Summer Solstice tournament he was playing. Somehow, the 57 wasn't even the most impressive part of the round. Three holes-in-one.Show More Summary

Jahlil Okafor drops his Sixers jersey like it's trash

New Philadelphia 76ers recruit, Jahlil Okafor was drafted at No. 3, but does not seem to like his new jersey that much. See, Okafor COULD have been picked up by the Los Angeles Lakers instead. Ahh, that L.A. Sunshine. Beaches, models, Kobe...but well, Philadelphia is cool too, right Jahlil?!

Kobe Bryant does not care about making friends

Kobe Bryant has never been one to hold back his feelings, and his most recent quote is no different. Kobe is asked about not being a great friend all the time. His response: "Friends come and go but banners hang forever." — Baxter Holmes (@BaxterHolmes) June 28, 2015 I guess the math adds up since he has very few friends and a whole bunch of championships.

2015 NASCAR At Sonoma race day weather forecast

NASCAR race day at Sonoma Raceway appears to be void of any weather troubles for the first road course of the Sprint Cup season It's absolutely impossible to find fault with today's weather forecast for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Sonoma Raceway. Show More Summary

Sunday Shootaround: In the NBA Draft, you can't always get what you want

? The List ICYMI Say What Vine Of The Week googleplus facebook witter up You can't always get what you want in the NBA Draft Paul Flannery BOSTON -- In years past, when the Celtics were contenders, the team would host a small draft night gathering for reporters. Show More Summary

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