ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) - Up next, the PGA Championship. The
British Open, the third of four Grand Slam events in golf, came to
an end yesterday when South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen
(WUHST'-hy-zen) blitzed the field for the win. He finished 16-under
par, seven shots in front of Lee Westwood.
TORONTO (AP) - Will Power took the checkered flag in yesterday's
Honda IndyCar race in Toronto. The win was his second straight
victory and fourth of the year. Indianapolis 500 winner Dario
Franchitti (DA'-ree-oh fran-KEE'-tee) finished second.
MIAMI (AP) - Colorado's Ubaldo Jimenez (oo-BAHL'-doh
hih-MEHN'-ehz) is on the mound tonight as the Rockies face the
Marlins in Miami. Jimenez leads all of baseball with 15 wins
against just one loss.
NEW YORK (AP) - Pitcher A.J. Burnett of the Yankees has some egg
on his face. He said yesterday that he has apologized to his New
York teammates for a clubhouse fit on Saturday that left him with
lacerations on both hands. Following a frustrating performance
against Tampa Bay, Burnett slammed open a set of double doors,
slicing both palms on the plastic lineup-card holders fastened to
PAMIERS, France (AP) - The 15th stage of the Tour de France has
begun its second day in the Pyrenees. Andy Schleck of Luxembourg
has a 31-second lead over defending champion Alberto Contador of
Spain. The two riders stuck with each other throughout yesterday's
stage. The Tour de France finishes in Paris on Sunday.
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