(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
1. The Dodgers beat the Mets 8-0 to complete the series and season sweep of the New York Mets. It was the first time the Dodgers have swept the Mets for a season and the Dodgers MLB leading 15th series sweep of the season.
2. The APU Cougars will have their first on field practice of fall camp on campus tonight at 6:30. The Cougars kick off the season on the road September 2 against West Texas A&M.
3. The Miami Dolphins have agreed to a one year deal worth $10 million with former Chicago Bear quarterback Jay Cutler.
4. Steph Curry shot a 4-over 74 on consecutive days and missed the cut at the Web.com Tour’s Ellie Mae Classic.
5. For the second consecutive Sunday the Angels score 10 runs only to give up the lead in the late innings and lose 11-10 – this time to the Oakland A’s.
6. Jalen Collins, who started at cornerback for the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl, has been suspended by the NFL for 10 games for his second violation of the NFL’s PED policy.
7. The LA Galaxy returned from the MLS All-Star break and lost 3-1 to the Portland Timbers in Sigi Schmid’s second game leading the Galaxy.
8. On this day in 2010 Jerry Rice was inducted into the NFL’s Hall of Fame.
9. Former Angel Don Baylor, who played in part of 19 Major League seasons, passed away this morning at the age of 68. Baylor’s death of mulitple myeloma comes on the heels of Darren “Dutch” Daltons death from brain cancer on Sunday.
10. “To me it was never about what I accomplished on the football field, it was about the way I played the game.” Jerry Rice