Daily Noontime – September 14, 2011

Finally, Tim Wakefield earned his 200th career win on the mound Tuesday!

Happy “Hump” day to everyone and welcome into yet another awesome edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s the headlines and news of the day, enjoy! 


* After eight excruciating outings, the Boston Red Sox and their fans watched Tim Wakefield earn his 200th career win on Tuesday against the Toronto Blue Jays.

* The New York Yankees closer, Mariano Rivera celebrated a significant milestone on Tuesday, as he earned his 600th career save against the Seattle Mariners.

* According to a recent report, Manny Ramirez is out of jail, but will be facing “criminal prosecution on charges that he slapped his wife during an argument.”

* Former New England Patriot linebacker Tedy Bruschi was happy to see his team win on Monday against the Miami Dolphins, but also feels that Chad Ochocinco has a lot to improve on.

* Justin Verlander earned his 23rd victory of the season on Tuesday, as well as helped the Detroit Tigers win their 11th game in a row.

* Once again, the NBA Lockout remains at a standstill, as meetings on Tuesday in New York City concluded with no accomplishments or moves.

Games to Watch: 

* Toronto at Boston (MLB) – 1:35pm eastern 

* Philadelphia at Houston (MLB) – 2:05pm eastern 

* Detroit at Chicago White Sox (MLB) – 2:10pm eastern 

* Cleveland at Texas (MLB) – 7:00pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

In case you missed Tuesday’s celebration, here’s the Red Sox and their fans honoring Wakefield! 

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