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In his 10th MLB season, Jon Lester finally got a hit

7 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

The oh-fer is over. After 66 hitless at-bats to start his career — the worst such streak in MLB history — Cubs pitcher Jon Lester rapped a single Monday, much to the delight of his teammates and fans at Wrigley Field. An announced crowd of 37,609 gave Lester a standing ovation after he knocked a ball up the […]

Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester Gets 1st MLB Hit After Starting Career 0-for-66

After getting off to the worst start to a career of any batter in Major League Baseball history, Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester has finally notched his first career hit. Lester entered Monday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals 0-for-66 in his 10-year career, and 0-for-71 if you include the postseason. Show More Summary

South Carolina lawmakers debate whether to take down Confederate flag

South Carolina legislators returned to Columbia on Monday to take up the fate of the Confederate battle flag that flies on Statehouse grounds amid debate over whether such symbols glorify racism and segregation or represent history and heritage.

Monday Cute: The Cheese Patrol Rides Again - The Good, the Bad, and the Puppies.

22 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Golden retriever puppies Colby and Bleu, collectively referred to by their humans as "The Cheese Patrol," have a time-honored history of running for grub. They grow up so fast!

Oildex Acquires OpenInvoice from ADP: History, Facts and Initial Analysis

Categories: Accounts Payable, Analysis, Breaking News, M&A, Technology Tags: ADP, Breaking News, L2 Oildex, a service of Transzap Inc., announced Monday it acquired procure-to-pay provider OpenInvoice from Automatic Data Processing Inc. Show More Summary

Bounce coming? In cash.

IBD says put/call ratio Monday was 1.24. Bounces usually come from this level. I am mainly in cash in my trading accounts. I forgot to post this table on Sunday night: But this is history. The GMI is now 2 and another day below 3 will signal a Sell. gmi: 2 gmi-2: 0 t2108: 26

Cold Hard Fact for Monday, June 29, 2015

Fact: Steven Matz is the first pitcher in history to have four RBI in his MLB debut. He's also the first player at ANY position in Mets history to do so. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: SportsCenter Read more MLB news on

Monday links

Video: BBC’s documentary “Bat-Crocodile War”, if the bats had bombs and the crocs had light sabers.  The surprisingly interesting history of Pyrex. As a recruiting tool, the  U.S. Navy built a battleship in New York City’s Union Square. Show More Summary

World Cup Jerkwatch: Is Abby Wambach the Greatest Jerk in American Soccer History?

Name: Abby Wambach Home country: USA Known for: Captaining, complaining, being hardheaded. Why she might be a jerk: The U.S. women’s national team won a tough round of 16 World Cup match on Monday, defeating Colombia 2-0 in a game that...Show More Summary

Bundesbank Slams ECB's "Bridge Financing" To Greece

On Monday we reported something history: as a result of the relentless increase in Greek ELA usage (which if there is no deal today is set to surge yet again as the Greek bank run returns with a vengeance) in addition to the €38 billion...Show More Summary

World Cup TV ratings: St. Louis 1st, D.C. 2nd

The U.S. Women’s World Cup round-of-16 match against Colombia on Monday drew 4.7 million viewers on Fox Sports 1, the largest soccer audience in the cable outlet’s history, the network announced. The previous mark was 3.3 million for the U.S.-Australia group match two weeks ago. Viewership peaked at 6.4 million late in the game. The […]

Bryant Becomes Cubs' First 1st-Year Player with 10 Homers, 40 RBI by Break

Chicago Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant reached 10 home runs and 42 RBI for the season with a big night against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday, becoming the first player in franchise history to record 10 or more homers and 40 or more...Show More Summary

Mark Sampson Rewarded for Tactical Choices as England Make World Cup History

Despite the soaring temperature in Ottawa on Monday evening, England kept a cool head to come from a goal down against Norway to reach the quarter-finals of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup with a 2-1 victory. On the face of it, it was a match that England were always favourites to win. Show More Summary

A brief history of NBA stars calling George Karl a snake

There is a pattern developing here. Late Monday, Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news that Kings coach George Karl has been trying hard to get DeMarcus Cousins traded. Cousins is a spectacular presence on Twitter, offering up a sparse feed that bangs every single time. Show More Summary

Networks Omit How Democratic Governor in South Carolina Raised Confederate Flag in 1962

In their coverage on Monday night of the calls by South Carolina officials to remove the Confederate flag from the State Capitol’s grounds, the major broadcast networks failed to note the full context of the flag’s history in the Palmetto State and how it was a Democratic Governor who first hoisted it above the Capitol dome in 1962. Show More Summary

Al Franken Says Goodbye To JON STEWART!! Lauren Graham & Colin Quinn On CONAN!! POV Returns!! More N

Al Franken Says Goodbye To JON STEWART!! Lauren Graham & Colin Quinn On CONAN!! POV Returns!! More NINJA WARRIOR!! Monday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Premiering tonight: Forged in Fire (History) POV (10pm PBS) ABC’s “The Whispers” may not be back next summer. Show More Summary

Melissa Mayeux, 16-Year-Old French SS, Eligible to Be Signed by MLB Team in July

French teenager Melissa Mayeux made history Monday, becoming the first female baseball player to be added to MLB's international registration list, according to's Lindsay Berra. This means the 16-year-old shortstop will be eligible...Show More Summary

Paul Krugman Definitively Shows How Slavery Still Haunts Us

A state's history of slaveholding predicts opposition to gun control, unions, Obamacare and better wages. Paul Krugman opens his Monday column by acknowledging that America is a less racist country than is used to be. But, and you know...Show More Summary

According To Bank of America, This Is "The Biggest Risk To Global Equities"

On Monday evening we brought you “Bank Of America Begins 66-Day Countdown Until The 'Ghost Of 1937'" Returns,” in which we discussed why, if history is any guide, a rate hike cycle will be a disaster for equities. As a refresher, here’s the narrative: Put simply, central bank's provision of liquidity for financial markets has been unprecedented. Show More Summary

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