CUBS AT WHITE SOX WGN 4 PM > The rivalry was recently ratcheted
up when the Sox unveiled a commercial with the kicker, "Oh, and
the mayor likes us better." -- NASCAR DRIVERS: 360 FX 10 PM > Go
behind the scenes with Dale Earnhardt Jr. at Martinsville.
2004 NHL DRAFT ESPN2 NOON > A pair of Russians--forward Alexander
Ovechkin and center Evgeni Malkin--could go one-two. -- WORLD
CHAMPION WATERMELON SEED SPITTING CONTEST A crowd of 35,000 is
expected at the 51st annual competition, in Luling, Texas. The
world record: 69' 9 1/8".
June 27, 2004
ARENA BOWL XVIII NBC 4 PM > The high-scoring San Jose SaberCats
take on the Arizona Rattlers, losers of the last two title games.
-- U.S. OLYMPIC GYMNASTICS TRIALS NBC 7 PM > World all-around
champ Paul Hamm and twin brother Morgan hope to be a double
threat for the U.S. in Athens.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! MARK GRACE > The four-time Gold Glove winner
turns 40. Grace, who retired last year, is a color man for the
Diamondbacks, but he'll take off tonight's game with the Padres
to go night golfing with his pals. "The way I've lived my life,
I'm just happy to see 40," Grace says.
ESPN 25: WHO'S #1? BEST SPORTS MOVIES ESPN 7 PM > Rocky? Bull
Durham? Hoop Dreams? Stuart Scott counts down the top 25 jock
flicks. Chances are No. 1 won't be.... -- DOUBLE TEAM CINEMAX 8:15
PM > Dennis Rodman fights terrorists. Viewers fight the urge to
RED SOX AT YANKEES ESPN 7 PM > After the teams' four-game series
in Boston in April, Alex Rodriguez--who spurned the Sox last
winter and went 1 for 17 in front of the Fenway faithful--was
hitting .160. Maybe the boos fired him up: He's up to hitting
U.S. WOMEN'S OPEN ESPN 2 PM > At the Orchards Golf Club on the
campus of women-only Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley,
Mass., Annika Sorenstam goes for her eighth major--the same
number won by Tiger Woods. Standing in her way is Grace Park, who
won the season's first major, the Kraft Nabisco Championship, in