Daily Noontime – July 7, 2011

Jeter is three-hits away from 3,000, which is exciting, right?

Good Thursday to everyone and welcome into yet another, Daily Noontime! Yep, we have some news and headlines, so enjoy!


* It’s yet another day of the Roger Clemens perjury trial and one has to wonder, what does the “Rocket” have to say on Thursday?

* The great John Mackey, who played tight end for the Baltimore Colts has passed away at the age of 69. Certainly, Mackey was a major contributor in the early days of the NFL.

* It’s official, the Boston Red Sox are mimicking themselves of 2010 because of numerous injuries. However, Carl Crawford is expected to return to the line-up after the All-Star Game.

* So, some believe that the NFL Lockout is really close to over, but as one blog states, they’re “at the 5-yard line.”

* If the NFL owners and players don’t reach an agreement soon, some believe the preseason won’t occur, which could be a good or bad thing, right?

* Well, apparently New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is poised to hit 3,000 hits and yes, he’s almost there.

Games to Watch: 

* Tampa Bay at New York Yankees (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

* Chicago Cubs at Washington (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

* Baltimore at Boston (MLB) – 7:10pm eastern 

* Arizona at St. Louis (MLB) – 8:15pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Who leaves their cellphone on during a tennis match? Who? 

One thought on “Daily Noontime – July 7, 2011”

  1. Noontime,

    Your writing is too informal, and you are not opinionated enough. Don’t ASK us if Derek Jeter being three hits away from 3,000 is exciting, TELL us that it is! The same goes for the NFL lockout – TELL us whether you believe it is a good or bad thing that the NFL pre-season might not exist this year. Also, when you attach links to your stories, it takes the reader away from your web page! Always post links to other websites sparingly, so the reader stays on your page longer and see’s more of your site.

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