It was a rough week for everyone invested in the stock market.But luckily there’s an appetizing plate of sports action this weekend to take your mind off the financial cataclysm.
We have Sox-Yanks, Phils-Giants, and Tiger back on the links in Ohio.
If Tiger's going to make a move, round three is when he'll have to do it.
Woods is at -1 going into the weekend -- still within striking distance of the leaders if he can put it all together.
Barcelona is poised to roll all over La Liga again this year.
They have their entire team back, they've added Serie A Player of the Year Alexis Sanchez, and they're close to snagging Cesc Fabregas from Arsenal.
But first, they take on Mexican giants Club America.
This is one of the best baseball weekend's of the year.
The most talked about rivalry in sports moves to Boston, where Yankee's ace C.C. Sabathia matches up with Red Sox human rollercoaster John Lackey.
The two best teams in the National League lock baseball bats in San Francisco.
Saturday's game feature one of the best pitching matchups of the year -- Hamels v. Cain.
MMA returns to Philadelphia for the latest pay per view.
Tito Ortiz vs. Rashad Evans headlines the main card.
But other than that, it's not too overwhelming of a card. Might want to save the PPV money and just watch this one at a local drinking establishment.
The Mets are slowly slipping into oblivion, but this weekend represents their last chance to jump start their season.
The Braves are 8 games up on New York in the wild card.
Tween heartthrob Rickie Fowler is in the hunt at Bridgestone.
Check in on Sunday to see if he can outlast Adam Scott and others for the victory.
The U.S. Open is right around the corner.
Get back into hardcourt tennis mode with the final of the Legg Mason Classic in Washington, D.C.
Sunday night. Yankees-Red Sox. Sounds like summer.
It's Garcia v. Beckett in the series finale.
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