SUBWAY SERIES > At the Bronx Museum of the Arts, The New York
Yankees and Our National Pastime opens to coincide with a
Mets-related exhibit at the Queens Museum of Art. The Amazin'
show includes photographs by William Wegman, who's known for his
work with Weimaraners.
GIANTS AT CARDINALS FOX 3 PM > Barry Bonds celebrates his 40th
birthday at Busch Stadium, where he's homered just 12 times in
101 career games. -- BALANCE BAR ADVENTURE SPRINT RACE 6 PM > Near
Portland, extreme athletes show their idea of a sprint: 20 miles
of kayaking, mountain biking and trail running.
July 25, 2004
U.S. OPEN SERIES: RCA CHAMPIONSHIPS NBC 2:30 PM > The new Open
warmup circuit rolls into Indianapolis, where the field includes
Andy Roddick. -- NASCAR SIEMENS 300 TNT 1:30 PM > The circuit hits
New Hampshire, where California's Jimmie Johnson won both races
HALL OF FAME ROUNDTABLE ESPN2 7 PM > The day after they are
enshrined in Cooperstown, Dennis Eckersley and Paul Molitor
discuss their careers with fellow Hall of Famers Johnny Bench and
Lou Brock. A chance to hear closer extraordinaire Eckersley
recount his 1977 no-hitter and Molitor talk about his 3,000th
USATF NATIONAL JUNIOR OLYMPIC OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
CHAMPIONSHIPS > Over 6,500 athletes under the age of 19 compete
at the University of Oregon. -- THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN
CBS 11:35 PM > Dave teaches tennis legend John McEnroe a few
things about hosting a talk show.
THE SPORTS LIST FOX SPORTS NET 5 PM > Former Olympic swimmer
Summer Sanders presents a Top 10 list on a different topic every
night on her new show. Tonight: baseball's most intimidating
pitchers. Who was nastier? Roger Clemens, Don Drysdale or Bob
CUBS AT BREWERS WGN 2 PM > Milwaukee, coming off a 94-loss
season, hasn't been over .500 this late in the year since '98. --
SPARKS AT MONARCHS ESPN2 10 PM > A rematch of last year's
conference finals. Expect a boards battle between L.A. center
Lisa Leslie and Sacramento's Yolanda Griffith.