The Chicago, Illinois, Jackie Robinson Little League team was defeated in the finals of the LLWS by South Korea 8-4 to stop their magical run. This was a great LLWS to watch! Even though I was in camp for the beginning, I caught on quick enough to see and know Mo’ne Davis, the 1st female to throw a complete game – shutout ever! Also seeing Chicago closer/ SP : Marquis Jackson throw crazy numbers like no runs allowed till he played Philly in the semi’s and again, throwing pure heat…

Football-

Rams QB, Sam Bradford re-injured his left ACL in yesterday’s preseason game and is out for the season. 13 year vet, Shaun Hill will start but St.Louis may be looking for future options. Bradford tore the ACL last season and sat out for the final 9 games.  Bradford was going to be a mid-level QB2 in fantasy because of a lack of a receiving core. Don’t take a chance on Hill if you were previously owning Bradford or just want to draft him because he can be out very soon to a new guy. Hill is 13-13 in his 13 year career…

The Minnesota Vikings have announced QB, Matt Cassel will start over 32’nd pick of this year’s draft, Teddy Bridgewater. Cassel, a former Chief in their bad years, came to Minneapolis this past season. He is a low to mid level QB2 considering RB Adrian Peterson is in their back-field but he has reliable TE Kyle Rudolph and speedy, 2nd year WR Cordarrle Patterson. You may just end up seeing Teddy under center this season…

Preseason Cuts are going out and some big names have been cut and have seen their name on the bubble. I’ll keep you updated if anything happens…

Baseball-

The Mets had a huge win yesterday vs. LA winning 11-3 and turning a great triple play! 1B Lucas Duda is playing great going 3-5 yesterday with 5 RBI’s and 2 homers! It was a nice surprise to come home from camp and see Duda having a monster year. He’s batting a decent .260, good for a power hitter and hit 26 homers and 76 RBI’s and 61 runs. He also has a .355 OBP. Bartolo Colon pitched to his 12th win with 5 K’s and 2 ER. The Metropolitans are 61-70 this season.