Daily Noontime – June 30, 2011

It just wasn't David Ortiz's night on Wednesday!

It’s the FINAL day of June, which means, July is right around the corner, duh! Any who, here’s the Daily Noontime for Thursday June 30, 2011, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona decided to put David Ortiz back in the lineup on Wednesday against the Philadelphia Phillies, but that didn’t work out.

* Yet again, Red Sox pitcher John Lackey pitched a decent game, but ended with a loss in the loss column. That’s the usual stuff, right?

* According to sources, NFL rookies are eager for some football, but also want their paychecks too.

* Thursday will be an interesting day, as players and owners get set to join NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for some more talks.

* The NBA players and owners will have a few more hours on Thursday, but really, the clock is ticking toward negotiating a new CBA (collective bargaining agreement).

* It was another down day at Wimbledon, as Roger Federer blew a lead and lost his match.

Games to Watch: 

* Milwaukee at New York Yankees (MLB) – 1:05pm eastern

* Boston at Philadelphia (MLB) – 1:05pm eastern 

* Chicago White Sox at Colorado (MLB) – 3:10pm eastern

* Texas at Houston (MLB) – 8:10pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

It must have been an honor for FC Barcelona to meet the President of the United States, right? 

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