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For Your Saturday Afternoon Viewing Pleasure...

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1:00, Fox. MLB. White Sox @ Yankees, or Dodgers @ Cardinals. Find your game here.
1:30, CSTV. Lacrosse. World Championship, Canada vs. Iroquois Nationals. The Iroquois Nationals are the only Native American team sanctioned to compete in any sport internationally. See, you learned something today.
2:00, ESPN2. LPGA Golf. Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic, Third Round. I don't know if it actually is, but this sounds like the least prestigious tournament ever.
2:00, NBC. Action Sports. Dew Action Sports Tour - Right Guard Open, Day 1. I'm guessing that these broadcasts are home to the most annoying commercials available in television.
2:00, ABC. PGA Golf. John Deere Classic, Third Round. Michelle Wie won't be participating, which I'm sure came as a great disappointment to the people at ABC.
2:30, OLN. Cycling. Tour de France, Stage 13 - Beziers Mediterranee to Montelimar. Not live, of course. But it's cycling, so it's going to be awesome anyway.
3:00, TNT. NASCAR. Busch Series New England 200. They have NASCAR races in New England now? This is getting out of hand.
3:00, CBS. Poker. Intercontinental Poker Championship. Are they still playing this thing? What is this, month six? It's time to settle this over a game of Acey-Deucey.
4:00, Fox. MLB. Phillies @ Giants. Barry Bonds stole a base last night. I just thought yous hould know.
4:00, ESPN2. MLS Soccer. FC Dallas @ Chicago Fire. The Brimstone Cup is on the line today, and never mind what I said about the Jamie Farr Owens Corning Classic not being prestigious.
4:00, NBC. Golf. American Century Championship. Or, as I like to call it, "The Rick Chandler Open."
4:00, CBS. Old People Golf. Ford Players Championship, Third Round. Could we possibly get Michelle Wie an exemption to this tour?
4:00, ABC. WNBA. Connecticut Sun @ Sacramento Monarchs. It's a rematch of last year's WNBA Finals, which we all remember so fondly.
6:00, ESPN2. Women's soccer. Sweden vs. United States. A great chance for Landon Donovan to redeem himself.


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