NEWSMAKERS Who’s making news this week
He’ll probably repeat on Thursday’s local list, but if the Nationals’ No. 1 pick lives up to the hype, he’ll be worth it.
Just when you thought he had gone away for good, he gets a sneaky surgery and a new set of Vikings deadlines.
His French Open win cements his status as one of the all-time greats, even if he didn’t have to beat Nadal.
He has been dominant in the NBA Finals, following his 40 in Game 1 with 29 more in Game 2.
For the second time this year, he won the last event he’ll play before a major; the U.S. Open is next week.
TWT FIVE WORST No. 1 PICKS in MLB HISTORY
1. Matt Bush, 2004, San Diego Padres - The poster boy for not making a pick based on signability.
2. Danny Goodwin, 1971 and 1975 - Double bad because he didn’t sign once and then didn’t perform the second time.
3. Brian Bullington, 2002, Pittsburgh Pirates - Still kicking around, still looking for his first major league win.View Entire Story
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