RECORDS & AWARDS
July 2, 2012Richmond High School
Final Score: Miami 5, Philadelphia 2
Final Score: Washington 8, Atlanta 4
Final Score: Milwaukee 2, Arizona 1
Final Score: St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 4
Final Score: Chicago 3, Houston 0
Final Score: San Diego 2, Colorado 0
Final Score: San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3
Final Score: Los Angeles 8, New York 3
Final Score: Cleveland 6, Baltimore 2
Final Score: Detroit 5, Tampa Bay 3
Final Score: New York 4, Chicago 2
Final Score: Minnesota 10, Kansas City 8
Final Score: LA Angels of Anaheim 10, Toronto 6
Final Score: Boston 2, Seattle 1 (10 innings)
Final Score: Oakland 3, Texas 1
BUTLER 10 RICHMOND 5 (15-15, 6 GAMES BEHIND WEST VIRGINIA)
The Texas Rangers, New York Yankees and San Francisco Giants dominate the starting lineups for the 2012 All-Star Game.
Rosters for this year's Midsummer Classic, which will be played July 10 in Kansas City, were revealed Sunday.
The American League squad is filled with three members of the reigning two- time champion Rangers and Yankees, while three Giants will start for the National League.
Outfielder Josh Hamilton, catcher Mike Napoli and third baseman Adrian Beltre were the Rangers voted into the starting lineup by fans, while the Yankees starters will be second baseman Robinson Cano, shortstop Derek Jeter and outfielder Curtis Granderson.
Also selected to start for the AL were Detroit first baseman Prince Fielder, Toronto outfielder Jose Bautista and Boston designated hitter David Ortiz.
Giants catcher Buster Posey, third baseman Pablo Sandoval and outfielder Melky Cabrera will start for the National League. It's the first time three Giants have been voted into the contest by fans since 2001.
Cincinnati's Joey Votto will start at first base and will be joined in the NL infield by Atlanta second baseman Dan Uggla and St. Louis shortstop Rafael Furcal. In addition to Cabrera, the outfield will consist of Matt Kemp of the Dodgers and Carlos Beltran of the Cardinals.
The Portland Trail Blazers offered Indiana Pacers restricted free agent center Roy Hibbert a maximum contract after meeting with him in Washington, D.C., early Sunday, SI.com has learned.
A source with knowledge of the meeting said Indiana did not offer a max deal at the outset of the free-agent negotiating period and, unless that changes, Hibbert is leaning toward signing the Trail Blazers' four-year, $58 million offer sheet. Hibbert cannot do so until July 11, when the free-agent moratorium ends, after which the Pacers would have three days to match the offer and retain the 25-year-old All-Star.
Tiger Woods closed with a 2-under 69 on Sunday to earn a 2-stroke win at the AT&T National.
Woods finished at 8-under-par 276 at Congressional Country Club.
The victory was the 74th on the PGA Tour for Woods, moving him into second place one ahead of Jack Nicklaus. Woods moves within eight victories of all- time wins leader Sam Snead.
The win was the third of the season for Woods. He also won at Bay Hill and Muirfield Village.
Bo Van Pelt battled Woods tooth and nail throughout the final round, but bogeyed the final three holes to end two back at minus-6 after an even-par 71 in the final-round.