June Sports ’17

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Stanley Cup Playoffs
NBA Playoffs
NBA Draft
Major League Baseball
U.S. Open Championship
NASCAR
Belmont Stakes
24 Hours of Le Mans
College World Series
PGA Tour
Professional Tennis
National Donut Day

 

June is here, and this means summertime, vacations and backyard barbecues! School’s out and it’s time to get into the pool, and to hang outside and listen to a baseball game on the radio. In addition to the boys of summer, Sports in the month of June include the 2017 Stanley Cup Final, the NBA Finals, The US Open Golf Tournament, and the College World Series. We got you covered with TV listings, Links from around the web, and FULL Schedules for each. If you are into racing, June has it all with the 24 Hours of Le Mans, The third leg of the Triple Crown at Belmont, and of course NASCAR. June is also home to Father’s Day, so plan your cookout today. Don’t forget to hang your American Flag on the 14th, and eat a donut on the 3rd. If you are in the Milwaukee area, you have to try a pickle on a stick and cheese curds at Summerfest.

 

It’s also hard to imagine that the longest day of the year is right around the corner, so read on to see what’s happening in the world of sports this month.

 

 

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National Hockey League Playoffs

 

Pittsburgh Penguins. Nashville Predators. The 2017 Stanley Cup Final is underway. The Penguins have home-ice advantage by virtue of having a better record during the regular season.

Game 1 Recap: Shoot to score. Pens find way to win 5-3

The Penguins go 37 minutes without a shot on goal. And only have 12 in the game. But 5 of them end up in the back of the net and that’s good enough to win Game 1 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Final against the Nashville Predators.

Game 2 Recap: 3rd period explosion fuels Pens win

The Penguins and Predators hang close for 2 physical, intense periods before a huge Pittsburgh flurry to start the 3rd period chases Nashville star goalie Pekka Rinne yet again. take 2-0 series lead.

Here is the remaining schedule for the 2017 Stanley Cup Final:

GAME DATE TIME (ET) HOME AWAY TV
1 Mon. May 29 8 p.m. Pittsburgh Nashville NBC
2 Wed. May 31 8 p.m. Pittsburgh Nashville NBCSN
3Sat. June 38 p.m.NashvillePittsburghNBCSN
4Mon. June 58 p.m.NashvillePittsburghNBC
5*Thurs. June 88 p.m.PittsburghNashvilleNBC
6*Sun. June 118 p.m.NashvillePittsburghNBC
7*Wed. June 148 p.m.PittsburghNashvilleNBC

 

 LINKS:

 

thehockeynews.com

sportsoverdose.com/nhl

hockey-reference.com/

sports.yahoo.com/nhl/

 

 LINKS: 

 

wiki – Stanley_Cup_playoffs

espn.go.com/nhl/playoffs/matchups

sbnation.com/nhl-playoffs

nhl playoffs bracket

reddit.com – nhl

 

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National Basketball Association

 

Here they go again.

For the third straight year, it’s Cleveland and Golden State in the NBA Finals. The 2016 champions versus the 2015 champions . The first “threematch” — rematch of a rematch — in league history. It’s the matchup most expected, the matchup most predicted, and probably the matchup the Cavaliers and Warriors wanted as well.

The Cavaliers and Warriors split their two meetings this season, both winning at home. Cleveland won by one on Christmas Day, Golden State prevailed by 35 on Jan. 16.

Golden State led the league with 67 wins this season and is a staggering 27-1 in its last 28 games — including a perfect 12-0 in the Western Conference playoffs, the first time a team has gone this deep into an NBA postseason without losing. Cleveland, which seemed sleepy at times in the regular season, went 12-1 in the Eastern Conference playoffs that ended with a win over Boston

The storylines are many. Can James win his fourth ring? Can Durant win his first? Will the Warriors be haunted by letting last season’s 3-1 lead slip away? Will they become the first team in NBA history to go undefeated in a postseason? How will Golden State guard Kyrie Irving? How will Cleveland try to contain Curry?

There’s also the irony that Brown, the first coach who took James to an NBA Finals in 2007 — Cleveland was swept by San Antonio — will now coach against him, likely in the same leading role he’s had for Golden State since head coach Steve Kerr was forced to take a break because of continued problems with his surgically repaired back.

 

 

 

NBA FINALS
Thursday, June 1
9:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 1
Sunday, June 4
8:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 2
Wednesday, June 7
9:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 3
Friday, June 9
9:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 4
Monday, June 12
9:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 5*
Thursday, June 15
9:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 6*
Sunday, June 18
8:00 PMNBA FinalsABC
Game 7*
POST-FINALS EVENTS
Thursday, June 22
7:00 PMNBA DraftESPN
Monday, June 26
TBDNBA AwardsTNT
Including MVP

 

 

 

 LINKS:

 

thescore.com/nba/news

allball.blogs.nba.com

nba-ball-dont-lie

sbnation.com/nba

basketballinsiders.com

ballislife.com/category/nba

lastwordonsports.com/category/basketball

cbssports.com/nba/eye-on-basketball

hangtime.blogs.nba.com/

 

Links:

ESPN Playoffs Matchups

NBA.com Playoff Picture

Yahoo Sports – NBA Playoffs

SportsWorldReport – NBA Playoffs

wikipedia.org – 2017_NBA_Playoffs

nbaplayoffsbracket.com 

nbascoreslive.com

 

 

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2017 NBA draft

When: Thu., June 22 (7 p.m. ET)
Where: Barclays Center, Brooklyn
TV: ESPN/WatchESPN

Full draft order: 1-60 

 

ESPN Web Coverage

 

NBA Draft Links:

ESPN 2017 NBA Draft - Get the latest from insider experts with complete analysis including top 100 prospects, major news headlines & feature stories, player profiles & photos.

College Hoops.net – NBA Draft - Check out the 2017 NBA mock draft, player profiles and rankings, top ten prospects, plus plus regular updates in the Daily Dribble, detailed overviews of NBA draft history and how the draft lottery works, top ten draft picks dating back to 1978 — and lots more …

HoopsHype NBA Draft Rumors - Daily reports on who said what, with links to major news stories, gossip and predictions.

Draft Express - Surf around for weekly reports on top performers with in-depth analysis of first round picks, the latest news headlines plus NCAA and international coverage.

google search

 

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We are two months in and there are more unanswered questions then there are answered. Like: are the Yankees, Brewers and Rockies for real? I am not sure all of them are and it’s up for debate who is. My money is on the Rockies as the better of the three, but if the Yanks can win 2 out of 3 games during the next two weeks, they will have a huge leg up on the division.

All three have great teams chasing them in their respective divisions and the proof will be in the pudding.

 

Here are the FANFOOD Top 10 Teams heading into the summer:

  1. Houston Astros
  2. Colorado Rockies
  3. Washington Nationals
  4. New York Yankees
  5. Arizona Diamondbacks
  6. Los Angeles Dodgers
  7. Milwaukee Brewers
  8. Minnesota Twins
  9. Cleveland Indians
  10. Chicago Cubs

 

DATE/TIME AWAY/HOME TV
Saturday, June 3
4:00 PMBraves-RedsFS1
7:00 PMRed Sox-Orioles,FOX
Pirates-Mets or
Astros-Rangers
Sunday, June 4
7:30 PMCardinals-CubsESPN
Monday, June 5
10:00 PMNationals-DodgersESPN
Thursday, June 8
7:00 PMRed Sox-YankeesESPN
Saturday, June 10
4:00 PMRoyals-PadresFS1
7:00 PMOrioles-Yankees,FOX
Tigers-Red Sox or
White Sox-Indians
Sunday, June 11
8:00 PMTigers-Red SoxESPN
Wednesday, June 14
10:00 PMYankees-AngelsESPN
Friday, June 16
7:00 PMNationals-MetsESPN
Saturday, June 17
4:00 PMRays-TigersFS1
7:00 PMRed Sox-Astros,FOX
Royals-Angels or
Cubs-Pirates
Sunday, June 18
8:00 PMTBDESPN
Monday, June 19
10:00 PMTBDESPN
Tuesday, June 20
10:00 PMTBDESPN
Wednesday, June 21
10:00 PMTBDESPN
Saturday, June 24
4:00 PMBrewers-BravesFS1
7:00 PMAngels-Red Sox,FOX
Pirates-Cardinals or
Mets-Giants
Sunday, June 25
8:00 PMTBDESPN
Monday, June 26
10:00 PMTBDESPN
Thursday, June 29
7:00 PMTBDESPN

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full TV schedule 

 

MLB Full Schedule – June’17:

 

JuneGame Game Time
   Thu 1Oakland @ Cleveland12:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ NY Mets1:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ St. Louis1:45 PM ET
Colorado @ Seattle3:40 PM ET
Boston @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Arizona @ Miami7:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
   Fri 2St. Louis @ Chi. Cubs2:20 PM ET
San Francisco @ Philadelphia7:05 PM ET
Boston @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
Arizona @ Miami7:10 PM ET
Atlanta @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Houston @ Texas8:05 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Milwaukee8:10 PM ET
Cleveland @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Washington @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Minnesota @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
Colorado @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
   Sat 3NY Yankees @ Toronto1:07 PM ET
Cleveland @ Kansas City2:15 PM ET
St. Louis @ Chi. Cubs2:20 PM ET
San Francisco @ Philadelphia4:05 PM ET
Washington @ Oakland4:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Detroit4:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Milwaukee4:10 PM ET
Colorado @ San Diego4:10 PM ET
Arizona @ Miami4:10 PM ET
Atlanta @ Cincinnati4:10 PM ET
Boston @ Baltimore7:15 PM ET
Houston @ Texas7:15 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ NY Mets7:15 PM ET
Minnesota @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Sun 4NY Yankees @ Toronto1:07 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Detroit1:10 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ NY Mets1:10 PM ET
Arizona @ Miami1:10 PM ET
Atlanta @ Cincinnati1:10 PM ET
Boston @ Baltimore1:35 PM ET
San Francisco @ Philadelphia1:35 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Milwaukee2:10 PM ET
Cleveland @ Kansas City2:15 PM ET
Houston @ Texas3:05 PM ET
Minnesota @ LA Angels3:37 PM ET
Washington @ Oakland4:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Seattle4:10 PM ET
Colorado @ San Diego4:40 PM ET
St. Louis @ Chi. Cubs7:35 PM ET
   Mon 5St. Louis @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
San Francisco @ Milwaukee7:40 PM ET
Miami @ Chi. Cubs8:05 PM ET
Houston @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Toronto @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Washington @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
   Tue 6Boston @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
St. Louis @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
LA Angels @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
San Francisco @ Milwaukee7:40 PM ET
Miami @ Chi. Cubs8:05 PM ET
NY Mets @ Texas8:05 PM ET
Houston @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Cleveland @ Colorado8:40 PM ET
San Diego @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
Toronto @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Washington @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Wed 7Washington @ LA Dodgers3:10 PM ET
Cleveland @ Colorado3:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Oakland3:35 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
Boston @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
St. Louis @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
LA Angels @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
NY Mets @ Texas8:05 PM ET
Miami @ Chi. Cubs8:05 PM ET
San Francisco @ Milwaukee8:10 PM ET
Houston @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
San Diego @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
Minnesota @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Thu 8St. Louis @ Cincinnati12:35 PM ET
LA Angels @ Detroit1:10 PM ET
San Francisco @ Milwaukee2:10 PM ET
San Diego @ Arizona3:40 PM ET
Miami @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Boston @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
Baltimore @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Colorado @ Chi. Cubs8:05 PM ET
Houston @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Minnesota @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Fri 9Colorado @ Chi. Cubs2:20 PM ET
Miami @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Texas @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Oakland @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
Detroit @ Boston7:10 PM ET
Baltimore @ NY Yankees7:35 PM ET
NY Mets @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
LA Angels @ Houston8:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ St. Louis8:15 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
Kansas City @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
Cincinnati @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ San Francisco10:15 PM ET
   Sat 10Oakland @ Tampa BayTBD
Texas @ Washington12:05 PM ET
NY Mets @ Atlanta1:00 PM ET
Oakland @ Tampa Bay2:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ St. Louis2:15 PM ET
Colorado @ Chi. Cubs2:20 PM ET
Miami @ Pittsburgh4:05 PM ET
Minnesota @ San Francisco4:05 PM ET
LA Angels @ Houston4:10 PM ET
Kansas City @ San Diego4:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ Atlanta6:00 PM ET
Detroit @ Boston7:15 PM ET
Baltimore @ NY Yankees7:15 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Cleveland7:15 PM ET
Cincinnati @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Arizona10:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Sun 11Baltimore @ NY Yankees1:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Cleveland1:10 PM ET
Oakland @ Tampa Bay1:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ Atlanta1:35 PM ET
Miami @ Pittsburgh1:35 PM ET
LA Angels @ Houston2:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ St. Louis2:15 PM ET
Colorado @ Chi. Cubs2:20 PM ET
Minnesota @ San Francisco4:05 PM ET
Texas @ Washington4:05 PM ET
Toronto @ Seattle4:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Arizona4:10 PM ET
Cincinnati @ LA Dodgers4:10 PM ET
Kansas City @ San Diego4:40 PM ET
Detroit @ Boston8:05 PM ET
   Mon 12Atlanta @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Colorado @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Boston7:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
Baltimore @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Texas @ Houston8:10 PM ET
Seattle @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
Cincinnati @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
   Tue 13Milwaukee @ St. Louis2:15 PM ET
Atlanta @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Colorado @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Arizona @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
Oakland @ Miami7:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Boston7:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
Texas @ Houston8:10 PM ET
Seattle @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
Baltimore @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ St. Louis8:15 PM ET
NY Yankees @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
Cincinnati @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
Kansas City @ San Francisco10:15 PM ET
   Wed 14Oakland @ Miami12:10 PM ET
Cincinnati @ San Diego3:40 PM ET
Kansas City @ San Francisco3:45 PM ET
Atlanta @ Washington4:05 PM ET
Boston @ Philadelphia7:05 PM ET
Colorado @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Arizona @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
Texas @ Houston8:10 PM ET
Seattle @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
Baltimore @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ St. Louis8:15 PM ET
NY Yankees @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
   Thu 15LA Dodgers @ Cleveland12:10 PM ET
Seattle @ Minnesota1:10 PM ET
Baltimore @ Chi. White Sox2:10 PM ET
Boston @ Philadelphia7:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Washington @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ St. Louis7:15 PM ET
San Francisco @ Colorado8:40 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Kansas City @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
   Fri 16Chi. Cubs @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Arizona @ Philadelphia7:05 PM ET
St. Louis @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Washington @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Miami @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Seattle @ Texas8:05 PM ET
Cleveland @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
San Diego @ Milwaukee8:10 PM ET
Boston @ Houston8:10 PM ET
San Francisco @ Colorado8:40 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Oakland9:35 PM ET
Kansas City @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
   Sat 17Chi. White Sox @ Toronto1:07 PM ET
Cleveland @ Minnesota2:10 PM ET
San Francisco @ Colorado3:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Oakland4:05 PM ET
St. Louis @ Baltimore4:05 PM ET
Arizona @ Philadelphia4:05 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Cincinnati4:10 PM ET
Miami @ Atlanta4:10 PM ET
Washington @ NY Mets4:10 PM ET
San Diego @ Milwaukee4:10 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Detroit4:10 PM ET
Seattle @ Texas5:05 PM ET
Cleveland @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
Kansas City @ LA Angels8:15 PM ET
Boston @ Houston8:15 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Pittsburgh8:15 PM ET
   Sun 18Chi. White Sox @ Toronto1:07 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Detroit1:10 PM ET
Washington @ NY Mets1:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ Cincinnati1:10 PM ET
Miami @ Atlanta1:35 PM ET
St. Louis @ Baltimore1:35 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Pittsburgh1:35 PM ET
Arizona @ Philadelphia1:35 PM ET
Cleveland @ Minnesota2:10 PM ET
San Diego @ Milwaukee2:10 PM ET
Boston @ Houston2:10 PM ET
Seattle @ Texas3:05 PM ET
San Francisco @ Colorado3:10 PM ET
Kansas City @ LA Angels3:37 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Oakland4:05 PM ET
   Mon 19Cleveland @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
Cincinnati @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
Washington @ Miami7:10 PM ET
San Francisco @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Milwaukee7:40 PM ET
San Diego @ Chi. Cubs8:05 PM ET
Toronto @ Texas8:05 PM ET
Boston @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Houston @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
NY Mets @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Detroit @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Tue 20Cleveland @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
LA Angels @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
St. Louis @ Philadelphia7:05 PM ET
Washington @ Miami7:10 PM ET
Cincinnati @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
San Francisco @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Milwaukee7:40 PM ET
San Diego @ Chi. Cubs8:05 PM ET
Toronto @ Texas8:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
Boston @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Arizona @ Colorado8:40 PM ET
Houston @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Detroit @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
   Wed 21Cincinnati @ Tampa Bay12:10 PM ET
Washington @ Miami12:10 PM ET
Boston @ Kansas City2:15 PM ET
San Diego @ Chi. Cubs2:20 PM ET
St. Louis @ Philadelphia7:05 PM ET
LA Angels @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
Cleveland @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
San Francisco @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Toronto @ Texas8:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Minnesota8:10 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Milwaukee8:10 PM ET
Arizona @ Colorado8:40 PM ET
Houston @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Detroit @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
   Thu 22St. Louis @ Philadelphia1:05 PM ET
Chi. White Sox @ Minnesota1:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Texas2:05 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ Milwaukee2:10 PM ET
Arizona @ Colorado3:10 PM ET
Houston @ Oakland3:35 PM ET
LA Angels @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
Cleveland @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Miami7:10 PM ET
San Francisco @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Detroit @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
   Fri 23Cincinnati @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Texas @ NY Yankees7:05 PM ET
LA Angels @ Boston7:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
Baltimore @ Tampa Bay7:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Miami7:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Atlanta7:35 PM ET
Oakland @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ St. Louis8:15 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
Detroit @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
Colorado @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Houston @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ San Francisco10:15 PM ET
   Sat 24Texas @ NY Yankees1:05 PM ET
Oakland @ Chi. White Sox2:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Kansas City2:15 PM ET
Cincinnati @ Washington4:05 PM ET
Baltimore @ Tampa Bay4:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Miami4:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Atlanta4:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Cleveland4:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ San Francisco7:15 PM ET
LA Angels @ Boston7:15 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ St. Louis7:15 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Arizona10:10 PM ET
Detroit @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
Colorado @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Houston @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
   Sun 25Baltimore @ Tampa Bay1:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Miami1:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Cleveland1:10 PM ET
Cincinnati @ Washington1:35 PM ET
LA Angels @ Boston1:35 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Atlanta1:35 PM ET
Texas @ NY Yankees2:05 PM ET
Oakland @ Chi. White Sox2:10 PM ET
Toronto @ Kansas City2:15 PM ET
Pittsburgh @ St. Louis2:15 PM ET
NY Mets @ San Francisco4:05 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Arizona4:10 PM ET
Colorado @ LA Dodgers4:10 PM ET
Houston @ Seattle4:10 PM ET
Detroit @ San Diego4:40 PM ET
   Mon 26Philadelphia @ Arizona3:40 PM ET
Cincinnati @ St. Louis4:15 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Texas @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Boston7:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
LA Angels @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Colorado @ San Francisco10:15 PM ET
   Tue 27Chi. Cubs @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Baltimore @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Kansas City @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Boston7:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ Miami7:10 PM ET
Texas @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Oakland @ Houston8:10 PM ET
St. Louis @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
Philadelphia @ Seattle10:10 PM ET
Atlanta @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
LA Angels @ LA Dodgers10:10 PM ET
Colorado @ San Francisco10:15 PM ET
   Wed 28Philadelphia @ Seattle3:40 PM ET
Colorado @ San Francisco3:45 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Washington7:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Baltimore @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Kansas City @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Texas @ Cleveland7:10 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Boston7:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ Miami7:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Oakland @ Houston8:10 PM ET
St. Louis @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
Atlanta @ San Diego10:10 PM ET
   Thu 29Texas @ Cleveland12:10 PM ET
Kansas City @ Detroit1:10 PM ET
Oakland @ Houston2:10 PM ET
St. Louis @ Arizona3:40 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Washington4:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Baltimore @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Milwaukee @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Minnesota @ Boston7:10 PM ET
NY Mets @ Miami7:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Atlanta @ San Diego9:10 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
   Fri 30San Francisco @ Pittsburgh7:05 PM ET
Tampa Bay @ Baltimore7:05 PM ET
Boston @ Toronto7:07 PM ET
Cleveland @ Detroit7:10 PM ET
Chi. Cubs @ Cincinnati7:10 PM ET
Philadelphia @ NY Mets7:10 PM ET
NY Yankees @ Houston8:10 PM ET
Miami @ Milwaukee8:10 PM ET
Texas @ Chi. White Sox8:10 PM ET
Washington @ St. Louis8:15 PM ET
Minnesota @ Kansas City8:15 PM ET
Colorado @ Arizona9:40 PM ET
Atlanta @ Oakland10:05 PM ET
Seattle @ LA Angels10:07 PM ET
LA Dodgers @ San Diego10:10 PM ET


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7/15 – 7/18

 

The 2017 United States Open Championship will be the 117th U.S. Open and is to be played June 15–18 at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin, northwest of Milwaukee.

For the first time ever, the US Open comes to Wisconsin.

The championship will welcome the world’s greatest players vying for the coveted trophy that has been given to the champion since 1895. The USGA will provide the ultimate, most comprehensive test in golf to identify the best of the best, with past champions including Bob Jones, Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Wisconsin’s own Andy North. The U.S. Open is one of the preeminent worldwide golf events, delivering the most memorable moments in golf history. The USGA and Erin Hills are honored to welcome U.S. Open fans back to the Midwest, as we await Erin Hills’ moment to make history!

The U.S. Open is played at iconic venues around the country, with 51 courses to date holding the distinction of U.S. Open site. Erin Hills will be the sixth public-access course to the host the championship (joining Pebble Beach, Pinehurst, Bethpage, Torrey Pines and Chambers Bay). More than 35,000 spectators are expected to attend each day, and more than 5,000 volunteers will assist us during championship week. Historically, the U.S. Open generates more than $120 million in positive economic impact to the host communities and region in which it is held.

Welcome to Erin Hills

The U.S. Open is considered one of the preeminent worldwide golf events, delivering the most memorable moments in golf history. The 2017 U.S. Open Championship, held on the grand stage of Erin Hills, will be its 117th playing. We are honored to welcome U.S. Open fans back to the Midwest, as we await Erin Hills’ moment to make history.

For more information on the 2017 U.S. Open, please go here.

For information on tickets for the 2017 U.S. Open, please go here.

For information on corporate hospitality, please go here.

 

 

 

on TV

2017 US Golf Open

TV schedule

 

Four days of coverage incuding the final rounds begins on Thursday, June 15, 2017 on FOX, FOX Sports 1, and Spanish-language FOX Desportes. Live streaming will also be available at usopen.com and on the U.S. Open app.

 

Thursday, June 15

First Round

 

 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM ET

 

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM ET

 

Friday, June 16

Second Round

 

 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM ET

 

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM ET

 

Saturday, June 17

Third Round

 

11:00 AM – 8:00 PM ET

 

Sunday, June 18

Final Round

 

11:00 AM – 8:30 PM ET

 

 

About the US Open

Rising from humble beginnings, the first US Open was a nine-hole course, one-day tournament played on October 4, 1895 in Newport, Rhode Island. The winner? British player Horace Rawlins who received a whopping $150 in prize money and a gold medal. Over the decades, the US Open has emerged to become one of the four majors offering prize money topping $1 million for the winner who also enjoys a much more secure spot in the profession including an automatic invitation to play in the Masters, the British Open and the PGA Championship.

While the US Open has been dominated by American players over the years, the tournament has seen a notable spate of non-American winners between 2004-2007 including South African Retief Goosen (2004), New Zealander Michael Campbell (2005), Australian Geoff Ogilvy (2006) and Argentine Ángel Cabrera (2007).

In 2010, Graeme McDowell became the first Irishman to win the event and the first European to take the title since British player Tony Jacklin won in 1970. Another Irishman — 22-year-old Rory McIlroy — walked away with the championship at 268 to break the U.S. Open record by four shots in 2011.

And, just to add to the drama — it was a relative unknown, American pro Webb Simpson, who won one stroke to take his first major championship victory in 2012. In 2013, Justin Rose won his first major title, two strokes ahead of runners-up Jason Day and Phil Mickelson, to became the first player from England to win the U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin in 1970.

 

 

  Links:

2017 Leaderboard

usopen.com

U.S. Open wiki page

PGA Tour/U.S. Open

Fox Sports/Golf

CBS Sports/US Open

Golf Channel/US Open

 

 

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AAA 400 Drive for Autism

Sunday, Jun 4
1:00 PM
Dover International Speedway

Track | Preview

 

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Pocono 400

Sunday, Jun 11
3:00 PM
Pocono Raceway

Track | Preview

 

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FireKeepers Casino 400

Sunday, Jun 18
3:00 PM
Michigan International Speedway

Track | Preview

 

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Toyota / Save Mart 350

Sunday, Jun 25
3:00 PM
Sonoma Raceway

Track | Preview

 

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Saturday June 10th

Post = 6:35 ET

Horse racing fans were holding their breath shortly before the start of the Preakness, hoping that Always Dreaming would find a way to win the race and set up a possible bid for the Triple Crown at the Belmont Stakes.

That race will be held at New York’s Belmont Park June 10, but none of the competitors will have Triple Crown aspirations.

That’s because Always Dreaming faded down the stretch and Cloud Computing put on a stellar late run to take the Preakness. It looked like the race belonged to Classic Empire as he was leading in the deep stretch, but Cloud Computing nailed that horse in the final strides.

Is it possible that neither Preakness champion Cloud Computing nor Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming skip the final jewel of the Triple Crown?

Cloud Computing will travel to New York, and trainer Chad Brown is going to evaluate his charge as the week moves along. He told Jeremy Balan of BloodHorse.com that competing in the Belmont Stakes on June 10 is a possibility, but nothing more than that at this point.

“We haven’t ruled it out,” Brown said. “We’re just going to evaluate the horse this week and probably by next weekend we may have a decision.”

However, it seems more likely that Brown may choose to let Cloud Computing rest. He did not run in the Kentucky Derby, and when he lined up to run in the Preakness Saturday, he was coming off six weeks of rest and preparation.

The Belmont Stakes is known as the Test of Champions, because of it’s 1 ½-mile distance. Belmont Park’s long stretch run has been known to cause huge problems for runners who spend too much energy in the in the first part of the race, as it allows come-from-behind horses ample time to get up to speed and nail the leaders.

There are no official entries at this point, but it seems likely that Classic Empire will run in the Belmont Stakes. He had a rough trip in the Kentucky Derby that left him well back in the pack by the time he started his run, and he did well to finish fourth in that race.

Look for Classic Empire and Cloud Computing to share the role of co-favorites in the Belmont Stakes, with odds likely to be in the 3-1 range.

Lookin at Lee should be in the 5-1 range, Gunnevera looks like an 8-1 shot, while Senior Investment and Practical Joke will likely be 10-1 or more if those horses are entered in the Belmont Stakes.

It appears that Classic Empire may be the right horse for the Belmont Stakes. While he had a massive effort in the Preakness and fell short, he should benefit from the longer race. He is not likely to go out as fast as he did to compete with Always Dreaming, and he should have his strength for the stretch run.

 

 

 

 

The 149th running of the Belmont Stakes will be televised live on Saturday, June 10, 2017, with complete coverage on NBC beginning at 5 PM ET with post time set for 6:30PM ET.

 

 Links:

Belmont Stakes - The official site offering up ticket information, video clips, history and trivia and the complete lineup for the big race in June, along with feature stories & highlights

NBC Sports – Horse Racing - The official home of the televised Triple Crown races featuring Belmont news and related articles, video clips, history and trivia, plus fun features on the Kentucky Derby and Preakness races.

Belmont Stakes – Wikipedia - Deep background, historical facts & photos along with a complete list of winners and jockeys dating back to 1867.

The Belmont Breeze – Party on - with a recipe for the official drink of the Belmont Stakes.

 

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Saturday, June 17 – Sunday, June 18

 

At 24 Hours of Le Mans, automotive expertise and determination combine to provide a showcase for endurance, technological achievement, as well as plain, old-fashioned race car thrills. Whoever completes the most laps joins a distinguished list of winning teams including Audi, Porsche, Jaguar, Ford and Ferrari..

This year marks Le Mans’ landmark 85th anniversary, with all the action revving up on Saturday, June 17 and continuing to Sunday, June 18, 2017 airing live before an expected TV audience of millions.

 

click here for more info

 

Le Mans 24 Hours schedule and TV coverage

On Saturday, the race starts at 3PM local time which means 9AM ET in the US.

And it all ends 24 hours later! With the race broadcast on 100 TV networks worldwide. FOX Sports 1 traditionally features coverage of 24 Hours of Le Mans beginning Saturday morning.

 

 

 

 

Notes

• Due to the grueling nature of the race, it’s compulsory for each car to have three drivers, none of which must do more than 14 hours’ driving in total.

• At 24 Hours of Le Mans, Porsche is out in front with 17 wins followed by Audi with 13 wins.

• Mazda is the only Japanese manufacturer to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans, in 1991.

• In 2010, the Audi R15 team of Timo Bernhard, Romain Dumas and Mike Rockenfeller set the record for the greatest distance achieved by a winning car – 3,362 miles!

• American driver Dan Gurney first began the tradition of spraying champagne in celebration at the podium after winning with Ford in 1967.

 

 

 Links:

Le Mans 24 Hours - The official site including the latest news & updates, complete entry list, related history including a searchable database of results and times dating back to 1923 plus additional photos, video and multimedia presentations available with paid membership.

24 Hours of Le Mans - Wikipedia entry with a detailed history including pop culture references, facts & information on the famous 1955 Le Mans disaster, an overview of the circuit, a complete list of winners, pictures, related links.

24 Hours in Le Mans - Fan site with exceptional images as a result of a marathon photo shoot in 2005.

Le Mans - The cult classic starring Steve McQueen that used actual footage of 24 Hours of Le Mans, including site fan forum, lots of interesting behind-the-scenes factoids, photo gallery & memorable movie quotes from the Internet Movie Database.

 

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The College World Series takes place each June at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.

LIke the major league World Series for which it is named, it’s a wildly popular matchup of the best NCAA teams and followed by enthusiastic college sports fans from coast to coast.

Leading up to the College World Series is the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship tournament in May, which features 64 college baseball teams battling it out in a series of elimination games.

Winners of the regionals are given spots in the super regional games located throughout the country. Two teams go head-to-head at each location for a best of 3-game series. Super Regional action wraps up around mid-month as the last few teams clinch their World Series spots.

 

 

 

 

2017 Division I baseball conference tournaments, automatic qualifiers

The Division I Baseball Committee will unveil its selections for the 2017 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship on Monday May 29 starting at noon ET on ESPNU. Of the 64 teams, 31 teams will receive automatic qualification with the remaining best 33 teams selected on an at-large basis by the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. Sixteen teams will be seeded and each of the seeded teams will be placed at one of the regional sites.

 

CONFERENCELOCATIONDATES2017 CHAMPION
American AthleticClearwater, Fla.May 23-28
America EastLowell, Mass.May 24-27
Atlantic 10St. LouisMay 24-27
ACCLouisville, Ky.May 23-28
Atlantic SunDeLand, Fla.May 24-27
Big 12Oklahoma City, Okla.May 24-28
BIg EastOmaha, Neb.May 25-28
Big SouthLexington, S.C.May 23-27
Big TenBloomington, Ind.May 24-28
Big WestNo tournamentN/ALong Beach State
ColonialWilmington, N.C.May 24-27
Conference USABiloxi, Miss.May 24-28
HorizonChicagoMay 24-27
Ivy LeagueNo tournamentN/AYale
Metro AtlanticNiagra Falls, N.Y.May 24-27
Mid-AmericanAvon, OhioMay 24-28
Mid-EasternSalisbury, Md.May 17-20Bethune-Cookman
Missouri ValleySpringfield, Mo.May 24-27
Mountain WestHighest seed hostsMay 25-28
NortheastNorwich, Conn.May 25-28
OVCOxford, Ala.May 23-28
Pac-12No tournamentN/AOregon State
PatriotWorcester, Mass.May 19-20Holy Cross
SECHoover, Ala.May 23-28
SouthernGreenville, S.C.May 23-28
SouthlandSugar Land, TexasMay 24-27
SWACNew OrleansMay 17-21Texas Southern
Summit LeagueTulsa, Okla.May 24-27
Sun BeltStatesboro, Ga.May 23-28
West CoastStockton, Calif.May 25-27
WACMesa, Ariz.May 24-27/28

source: ncaa.com – 2017-division-i-baseball-conference-tournaments

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College World Series seeds announced; Oregon State earns No. 1

 

On what is heralded as “Selection Monday,” the NCAA announced seeding for its annual College World Series, along with times and locations, with Omaha playing host for the finals.

The tournament kicks off June 1 with a pair of games in the Stanford Region, with Cal State Fullerton facing off against BYU in the afternoon, and top-seed Stanford playing the evening matchup against Sacramento.

Thirty more games get underway on June 2, including the top seven seeds of the entire tournament (in order of rank) – Oregon State, North Carolina, Florida, LSU, Texas Tech, TCU, and Louisville.

Oregon State separated itself from the pack throughout the season, boasting a 49-4 record.

NCAA.com has the complete bracket and all the scheduling for the Road to Omaha.

 

2017 College World Series schedule & TV coverage

 

This year’s College World Series is scheduled to kick off on Saturday, June 17 and continue through to the College World Series finals on Tuesday/Wednesday, June 27/28. Watch for full TV coverage on ESPN & ESPN 2.

DATE/TIME (EASTERN)

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 17
3 p.m. Game 1
8 p.m. Game 2

SUNDAY, JUNE 18
2 p.m. Game 3
7 p.m. Game 4

MONDAY, JUNE 19
2 p.m. Game 5
7 p.m. Game 6

TUESDAY, JUNE 20
2 p.m. Game 7
7 p.m. Game 8

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21
7 p.m. Game 9

THURSDAY, JUNE 22
8 p.m. Game 10

FRIDAY, JUNE 23
3 p.m. Game 11
8 p.m. Game 12

SATURDAY, JUNE 24
TBD Bracket 1 (If Necessary)
TBD Bracket 2 (If Necessary)

MONDAY, JUNE 26
7 p.m. CWS Finals Game 1

TUESDAY, JUNE 27
8 p.m. CWS Finals Game 2

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28
8 p.m. CWS Finals Game 3

 

 Links:

ncaa.com baseball page

printable bracket

interactive bracket

regional scoreboard

NCAA College World Series - Official site featuring event schedules, ticket information, the latest scores, history, pictures & feature stories, plus local metro shuttle info to the ballpark.

College Baseball on Yahoo! - Up-to-the-minute coverage including streaming video broadcasts, picture gallery, complete TV schedule, scores & standings, feature stories.

College Baseball – Rosenblatt Report - Keep up with all the action at the College World Series with daily blogs from Kendall Rogers including additional feature stories, news & analysis, photos.

Baseball America.com – College - World series, regional and super regional coverage including feature stories on who to watch, daily college baseball blog, weekly chats, coach tracker, searchable player finder, and downloadable College World Series Preview in pdf format.

College World Series - A complete overview with details on its history, lists of winners & related links, from Wikipedia.

ncaa.org/championships/division-i-baseball

 

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Here is the schedule of golf events for the PGA of America and all the major tours for June ’17:

 

 

Jun 1 – Jun 4

the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide
CBS/TGC
Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, OH

 

Jun 8 – Jun 11

FedEx St. Jude Classic
CBS/TGC
TPC Southwind, Memphis, TN

 

Jun 15 – Jun 18

U.S. Open
FOX/FOX SPORTS 1
Erin Hills Golf Club, Erin, WI

 

Jun 22 – Jun 25

Travelers Championship
CBS/TGC
TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, CT

 

Jun 29 – Jul 2

Quicken Loans National
CBS/TGC
TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, Potomac, MD

 

 

Click for more info about these tours: 

LGPA | Champions Tour | European Tour

 

Golf Schedule links:

espn.com/golf/schedule

foxsports.com/golf/schedule

 

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Pro Tennis Schedule – June’17:

 

 

6/12-18

Ricoh Open
s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

 

6/12-18

MercedesCup
Stuttgart, Germany

 

6/19-25

AEGON Championships
London, England

 

6/19-25

Gerry Weber Open
Halle, Germany

 

6/25-7/1

AEGON International Eastbourne
Eastbourne, England

 

6/25-7/1

Antalya Open
Antalya, Turkey

 

 

6/12-18

Ricoh Open
s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands

 

6/12-18

AEGON Open Nottingham
Nottingham, England

 

6/19-25

AEGON Classic
Birmingham Birmingham, England

 

6/19-25

Mallorca Open
Calvia, Spain

 

6/25-7/1

AEGON International Eastbourne
Eastbourne, England

 

 

Links:

tennistv.com/tournaments

usta.com/Pro-Tennis/Full-Schedule

 

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NATIONAL DONUT DAY

 

June 3rd

 

 

 

 

Happy National Donut Day!

Every first Friday in June, donut lovers all rise to celebrate a wonderful circle of sweet, doughy goodness that has a day set aside ‘holey’ in its honor.

This year, mark your calendars for Friday, June 3rd, when Americans everywhere kick back and enjoy a frosty one on National Donut Day 2015.

National Donut Day fun facts

Who gets the first donut? Some historians can trace the donut back to a fried treat served by New Yorkers during 18th century Dutch colonial days.

Donut citing: The first-ever written mention of the donut was made in 1809 when American writer Washington Irving immortalized them as “balls of sweetened dough, fried in hog’s fat, and called doughnuts…”

The first Donut Day? The very first National Donut Day was instituted by the Salvation Army to honor the “donut Lassies” who had kept American soldiers in Europe well-supplied with donuts during World War I. (So if an army marches on its stomach – did the humble donut really help win the war? Possibly.)

America’s favorite? Today, Entenmann’s remains the largest donut-maker in the United States, producing more than 40 million boxes a year. The company’s rich frosted chocolate donut has been the #1 best seller since its introduction in 1972.

How to celebrate National Donut Day

As usual, watch for national donut chains like Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme occupying battle stations on National Donut Day, with competitive offers and free donuts to lure in customers in a celebratory mood.

That said, National Donut Day can be celebrated in any way you choose. As long as it’s glazed, powdered, chocolate or plain! Colored sprinkles are extra festive on this hole-iest of holidays, or try mixing it up with morale-boosting Bavarian or Boston Creme.

 

 

Homemade Donuts

 

INGREDIENTS

2 cups flour
1/2 cup sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg
1 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
1/2 cup milk
1 egg, beaten
1 quart oil for frying

 

PREPARATION

1. Heat oil in deep fryer to 375 degrees F.
2. In a large bowl, mix together flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, cinnamon and nutmeg.
3. Mix in melted butter until dry ingredients become crumbly.
4. Stir in milk and beaten egg.
5. Flour your hands and begin to knead the dough until firm and smooth.
6. Turn dough out onto a floured board and flatten down to 3/8 inch thickness.
7. Dust donut cutter with flour and press into the dough.
8. Slowly and carefully drop donuts into the hot oil and fry for about 1 minute on each side or until golden brown.
9. Drain on paper towels.

 

(NOTE: You’ll need a donut cutter and a deep fat fryer.)

Helpful hint: For a quick topping, add granulated or powdered sugar to a brown paper bag. Add the donuts, close the top, and give the bag a good shake until donuts are coated.

 

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