Daily Noontime – August 29, 2011

How will the Texans do if Foster isn't ready for opening day?

Happy Monday everyone and of course, welcome to yet another dandy “Daily Noontime!” I’m sure many of you are without power due to our friends Irene, thanks Mother Nature, but for those with electricity, here’s your headlines and news of the day, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* The Houston Texans are somewhat optimistic that Arian Foster will be ready for the upcoming season, especially after he sustained a hamstring injury on Saturday.

* It was an exciting Sunday for a bunch of 11-year-old boys from California, who beat Japan in the 2011 Little League World Series Championship, 2-1.

* Kelly Kraft earned an impressive win on Sunday, as he defeated Patrick Cantlay in the U.S. Amateur Golf Tournament on Sunday.

* Despite a wacky, crazy and wild weekend in Boston, as well as New England, Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek expressed in a recent interview his drive and passion for the game of baseball.

* In case you missed Sunday’s clash between the Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints, here’s a quick recap of “what we learned.”

* According to a recent report, the NBA is broke, which isn’t a good sign for the ongoing Lockout, right?

Games to Watch: 

* Philadelphia at Cincinnati (MLB) – 7:00pm eastern 

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

* Colorado at Arizona (MLB) – 9:40pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Get excited fans, Madden ’12 hits stores Tuesday and yes, here’s a quick snip-it, enjoy! 

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