Daily Noontime – October 7, 2010

Roy Halladay is the second pitcher in the post season to throw a No-Hitter!

Good morning everyone! It is just another day in … the sports world, not paradise. Here is our Daily Noontime for Thursday October 7, 2010. Have a great Thursday too.


* For the second time in MLB postseason history, Roy “Doc” Halladay threw a no-hitter against the Cincinnati Reds in game one of the National League Division Series.

* Randy Moss is no longer a New England Patriots, but a Minnesota Viking, although rumors were denied about the Cleveland Browns being interested in the wide receivers services.

* The New York Yankees defeated the Minnesota Twins and ESPNNewYork.com, seems to think that it is a repeat of history.

* Already up 1-0 in the American League Division Series, the Texas Rangers look to earn their second win of the series against the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday.

* Boston Celtics rookie Avery Bradley is still not ready to suit up for the green and white.

* San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith actually accepts the blame for his team’s [0-4] start.

* Arizona Cardinals rookie quarterback Max Hall will start Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Good or bad call?

* St. Louis Cardinals have picked up a $16 million dollar option for the 2011 season for Albert Pujols.

Games to Watch:

* Texas at Tampa Bay (MLB Playoffs) – 2:37pm eastern

* New York Yankees at Minnesota (MLB Playoffs) – 6:07pm eastern

* #7 Nebraska at Kansas State (NCAA FB) – 7:30pm eastern

* Chicago at Dallas (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* San Antonio at Houston (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* Atlanta at San Francisco (MLB Playoffs) – 9:37pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Enjoy the final out between the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies!


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