Sunday, July 27, 2008

Sunday Sports Wrap - July 27, 2008



MLS: There are four games today: New York vs. San Jose, Los Angeles vs. Dallas, Chicago vs. Kansas City, and Columbus vs. Colorado. The Galaxy are still slightly behind Real Salt Lake in the west and New England is alone atop the east.

Futbol: Real Madrid's coach is concerned about the club's obsession with Cristiano Ronaldo. He does not want the team to miss out on other athletes that may boost the roster. In another part of the futbol world, Ronaldinho will be the captain of the Brazilian team at the Olympics next month.

WNBA: Again, plenty of coverage today: New York vs. Atlanta, Connecticut vs. Washington, San Antonio vs. Detroit, Los Angeles vs. Minnesota, Indiana vs. Phoenix, and Sacramento vs. Seattle. After a strong start, the Sparks are near the bottom of the pile. Sacramento will be the one to watch today as they've won their last seven in a row.

MLB: As usual this time of year, there are baseball games all over the country. Tampa Bay is still on top of their division. Boston is two games behind and New York is three. Go Rays! Here in Los Angeles, the Dodgers are clinging to life a game behind Arizona. I feel like a broken record with baseball for sure and am considering just doing a copy and paste from the prior Sunday from here out.


Today in Sports History

1959 - William Shea announces that he plans to have a baseball team in New York City in 1961

1975 - New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is born in New York.

1997 - Stewart Cink wins golf's Greater Hartford Open by shooting a 267

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