Maria Sharapova and Novak Djokovic fell short of winning the U.S. Open this year, but they may have come away with the crown for best couple. Reports out of New York are that the attractive 20-year-olds might be an item after being spotted at various parties during the tournament.
It's no secret that the Marlins can't draw any fans to their home games, but they took it to an all-time low Monday. The Miami Herald reports that there were about 200 fans left in the 67,000-seat Dolphin Stadium after a rain delay in the seventh inning of the Marlins' 5-4 loss to the Nats. That's a worse turnout than Game 3 of the WNBA Finals Tuesday in Phoenix.
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Move over, Madden and SI covers, we can officially make room for the NFL Quarterback Challenge in the Cayman Islands in the sports curse department. We were actually at this year's event, which was staged in May but never made it to the airwaves, and it seems like forever ago when we look back to our conversations with Michael Vick, Byron Leftwich and Charlie Frye. Our best guess for the next victim of the Cayman Curse is Josh McCown, who actually won the event.
He Shoots, He Scores
Soccer hasn't caught on in the States just yet, and with David Beckham on the shelf, it doesn't look like it will anytime soon. Thankfully, we can always count on the ingenuity of our friends in Italy to inject a little excitement into the "beautiful game." ContoTV, a hardcore porn channel, bought the rights to show a Fiorentina UEFA Cup first-round game this month.
Serena A Gamer
A champion on the tennis court, Serena Williams apparently is just as dominant in Simon Says and Duck, Duck Goose. She'll be the first to tell you so.
Out Of Hiding
There was a Steve Bartman sighting recently at a Cubs game -- in Arizona. Either that, or just a guy looking to getting some run on the Jumbotron.
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We are already counting down the hours until the return of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. If this season is as funny as the FX sitcom's promos, we'll be in for another sunny season.
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