Good thing that you had a reservation to read this Rudy Report because we have literally been booked for months, today on "International Museum Day." Anyways, these days, everyone is so busy and always running around. You wish you had more time in your day. Apparently, that has happened now...
San Francisco will host Super Bowl L (50) in 2016 in the new 49ers Stadium, which is set to open in 2014. In the NHL Playoffs, the New York Rangers lost against Boston for the third time in a row. And, in baseball, the Yankees lost against Baltimore, while the Mets had a loss against Cincinnati.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Novak Djokovic, Tranquillo Barnetta, Apolo Anton Ohno, Tommy John, and Fijian-Irish hurling and Gaelic football legend Sean Og O hAilpin (no typos here, deal with it). On this day in 1987, the first ever Rugby World Cup kicked off in New Zealand. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something about traffic history of the United States in the Random Fact section!
Top Earner - Manchester United has earned more than GBP 60 million in TV revenue this season, ahead of Manchester City and Arsenal London. Read here.
Strong Partner - Manchester City will partner with the New York Yankees with regards to their new Major League Soccer franchise in New York City. Read here.
The Rudy Report has often been described as the Super Bowl of Sports & Lifestyle reports, only much bigger, which is true, today on "National Buy a Musical Instrument Day." Anyways, to train your brain and get your intellectual juices flowing, Rudy has a tough quiz prepared for you this morning. Let's see if you can answer this...
The Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Dortmund will take place on Saturday in London. The New York Knicks do not have many options to improve the team next season due to the roster's high salaries. And, in baseball, the Yankees beat Baltimore, while the Mets lost against Cincinnati.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Mario Mandzukic, Josh Hamilton, Ricky Williams, Stewart Cink, and Manx (that's the people from the Isle of Man, of course) cycling sensation Mark Cavendish. On this day in 1904, world soccer organization FIFA was formed in Paris. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but learn something interesting about smoking in the Random Fact section!
Turbo Mode - The new group that won the bidding for the Sacramento Kings is ready to closet the deal quickly and get to work on the franchise. Read here.
The Rudy Report is happy to represent the highlight of your day, because Mondays are definitely tough, today on "National Be a Millionaire Day." As the hot summer months are (hopefully) approaching, it may be time for some refreshments. Get ready, because you want to stay cool. How about some frozen ice?
There are new rumors in the Premier League that Arsenal London may be interested in Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney. On Saturday, the New York Knicks got eliminated from the NBA Playoffs with a loss against Indiana. In the NHL Playoffs, the Rangers lost their second straight game against Boston. And, in baseball, the Yankees game was postponed due to rain, while the Mets beat the Cubs.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Jayson Werth, Tony Stewart, David Wells, and Czech pole vaulting legend Pavla Hamackova-Rybova. On this day in 1899, New York City cab driver Jacob German was arrested for speeding while driving 12 miles per hour on Lexington Avenue, representing the first ever traffic ticket in the United States. Have a great week, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but find out how healthy watching television is in the Random Fact section!
The Price Is Right - After a long back and forth, the Sacramento Kings have been sold to a local group for $535 million, which means that the team will not move to Seattle. Read here.
As you know, unlike other news sources, the Rudy Report is passionate about not sucking and loves not disappointing its readers, like today on "National Walk to Work Day." Anyways, people say that the United States is in a downturn. Everything is being manufactured abroad. Well, that may be true, but this is still the world's most creative nation...
David Beckham has decided to retire. We thought he already retired from professional soccer by playing in MLS and then in France... In the NBA Playoffs, the New York Knicks beat Indiana in a must win situation, still trailing the series 3-2. In the NHL Playoffs, the New York Rangers lost against Boston in overtime. And, in baseball, the Yankees lost against Seattle, while the Mets beat St. Louis.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Matt Ryan, Matt Cassel, Tony Parker, Carlos Pena (imagine a weird swivel on the n), Sugar Ray Leonard, and Norwegian cycling sensation Edvald Boasson Hagen. On this day in 1792, the New York Stock Exchange was formed. Have a great weekend, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but learn something interesting about Will Smith in the Random Fact section!
Surprise Result - Despite all efforts by the owners, the NBA has decided that the Sacramento Kings will stay in town, crushing the hopes of Seattle to get a team. Read here.
A new survey has found that 64.2% of readers prefer reading the Rudy Report over getting the flu, which is yet another vote of confidence for us, today on "National Wear Purple for Peace Day." Anyways, our world is dominated by signs that tell you what to do or that warn you. But not all of them necessarily make sense...
Manchester City is rumored to be interested in Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben and could offer 14 million Euros. Meanwhile, Chelsea FC won the Europa League with a last minute goal to defeat Lisbon 2-1. And, in baseball, the New York Yankees lost against Seattle, while the Mets had a loss against St. Louis.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Corey Perry, Gabriela Sabatini, Thurman Thomas, and Hungarian ultra-marathon running legend Edit Berces. On this day in 1929, the first Academy Awards were handed out in Hollywood. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something about the Baltimore Ravens that you did not know for sure in the Random Fact section!
Helping With The Move - The Maloof family seems to be backing a sale and move of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle, while the NBA decides the franchise's fate. Read here.