(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
1.) Boston Red Sox outfielder Jacki Bradley Jr. goes 0-for-4 on Thursday night and his hitting streak ends at 29.
2.) “I’ve always been a Baylor Bears fan.”—Coach Paul Barraza
3.) Los Angeles Dodgers prospect Julio Urias, 19, makes his MLB debut tonight against the New York Mets at Citi Field.
4.) “My grandson hit 114 wiffle ball homers over the fence and into the neighbors yard so far this season. He is 9 years old. Waiting for offers from USC and UCLA.”—MVS commenter “Pop”
5.) Golden State Warriors defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night, 120-111, to force a sixth game in the NBA’s Western Conference Finals. OKC leads the series 3-2.
6.) Mid Valley Sports asks: “Who is the best high school quarterback you’ve seen with your OWN eyes? Not legend, not even film, name your three best or less.
7.) Chris Berman will retire from ESPN after the 2016 NFL Season.
8.) Former Los Angeles Rams tackle, NFL Hall of Famer, Jackie Slater turns 62 today.
9.) Los Angeles Dodgers send LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu to Oklahoma City (PCL) for a rehab assignment.
10.) “Here’s how askew things currently are. Johnny Manzeil will receive an invite to an NFL training camp before Tim Tebow does.”—Dennis Miller
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