Good Morning: Mike Napoli Ruined The Yankees’ Weekend

Red Sox 1b Mike Napoli hit his second homer of the night with two outs in the 11th to give Boston an 8-7 win over New York in a game that lasted four hours and 46 minutes. On Saturday's victory for the Yankees, Red Sox fans gave Mariano a standing ovation as he entered the game. 


Former Auburn basketball player Korvotney Barber was found dead after an apparent drowning in Florida.


Geno Smith likes his chances of winning the NYJ starting QB job.


Jason Garrett is making the Dallas Cowboys practice in the new pads that will be required by the NFL next season.


Clay Buchholz is going to see Dr. James Andrews for another opinion on his shoulder that has kept him out since early June.


Manny Pacquiao lays down another challenge for Floyd Mayweather and called Juan Manuel Marquez's right hand that put him down a "lucky punch."


Taking a look at Phil Mickelson's all-time rank after a stunning 66 at Muirfield to seal The Open for his fifth major title.


Alex Rodriguez now has a quad strain and won't return to the Yankees until next week.


The USMNT beat up on El Salvador 5-1 in the Gold Cup.


The rumor about Johnny Manziel going out on Bourbon Street before leaving the Manning Camp is "100 percent BS," apparently.


Paul Pierce expects to be a "glorified role player" for the Brooklyn Nets.





Kanye West has premiered the official video for "Black Skinhead" on his website.


A look back at Michael Holman's one-episode TV show "Graffiti Rock" about hip-hop that helped spread the culture.


J. Cole wrote an apology letter to Autism Speaks for his offensive lyric.


The Weeknd released the cover art for his next album, Kiss Land.


Kendrick Lamar spit a quick freestyle for Bullett magazine.





Surveys show fewer people want to work in the US and the percentage isn't likely to go back up in the near future.


Studies discovered how much location matters when it comes to climbing the income ladder in the US, with Atlanta and parts of the Southeast coming in at the bottom of the upward mobility list.


At least 25 members of security forces in Baghdad were killed in a jailbreak, while 12 more people were killed by a car bomb.


Most of President Obama's decision-making team comes from Harvard, and just 25 percent of his team went to public school.





Wyclef Jean dropped a video for "Hard Times" from his April Showers mixtape.

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