At the Rudy Report, we do not have a "Like" button, because we know that you love us and you don't have to show it with a silly click, so enjoy the report, today on "National Sauntering Day." When you go to the movies, you always hope that you get there on time to get good seats. Because if you arrive late, you may end up sitting in a row where you definitely do not want to be...
In baseball, the New York Yankees game against the Los Angeles Dodgers got postponed due to rain. To make matters worse, the Mets played not one, but two games. They even managed to beat Atlanta twice, debuting pitching sensation Zack Wheeler in one of the games. In the soccer World Cup qualifiers, Team USA beat Honduras 1-0, thanks to a goal by Jozy Altidore. And, in the NBA Finals, Miami beat San Antonio in overtime in a spectacular game.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Quentin Jammer, Brian McBride, Doug Mientkiewicz, and Emirati soccer legend Adel Abdulaziz. On this day in 1978, the Garfield comic strip made its debut. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but you can learn something interesting about the North Pole in the Random Fact section!
On Thin Ice - The New Jersey Devils have missed an interest payment on their loan, which could spell additional trouble for the struggling franchise. Read here.
Look to your left, look to your right, and you will probably see people that are not reading the Rudy Report, so consider yourself privileged, today on "National Splurge Day." Anyways, the Rudy Report would like to remind you to never get too complacent. Always make sure that you are alert and on top of your game. So watch out or you will get hit...
The National Football League may introduce female referees as early as 2014. Spanish midfield star Isco will transfer to either Manchester City or Real Madrid. Meanwhile, Paris Saint-Germain is also interested in Gareth Barry, offering a record $133 million. And, in the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, Boston beat Chicago to take a 2-1 series lead.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Antonio Gates, Martin St. Louis, Andres Galarraga, Fabio Capello, and Finnish ski jumping sensation Janne Happonen. On this day in 1928, Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly an aircraft across the Atlantic Ocean. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but find out something about a former US President that you did not know before in the Random Fact section!
Option To Move - There are rumors that the Phoenix Coyotes could be moved to Seattle in case a local arena deal falls through once again. Read here.
The Rudy Report has the ability to make this Monday feel like a Friday for you, because we have great news and facts lined up, today on "National Eat Meat Day." Anyways, this day also marks the final part of our "Summer Cruisin'" series. While it is fun to drive around, Rudy wants to remind you to buckle up and drive safely....
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani is set to join Real Madrid for the new season. Justin Rose won the US Open at Merion, while Phil Mickelson finished as the first loser for the sixth time in his US Open career. That automatically gets him inducted into the New York Mets Hall of Fame. In baseball, the New York Yankees beat the Angels, while the Mets beat the Cubs. And, in the NBA Finals, San Antonio beat Miami to take a 3-2 series lead.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Kyle Boller, Mike Milbury, Mark Tauscher, and Kenyan running legend Paul Tergat. On this day in 1885, the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor. Have a great week, there is no new Dear Rudy right now, but learn something about the spitting spider in the Random Fact section!
Moving Out - The National Basketball Association has granted the owner of the Brooklyn Nets permission to move the holding company of the franchise to Russia. Read here.
Many people have compared the Rudy Report with the Bible or the works of Shakespeare, but they forget that we come to you fresh with many news every day on top of the literary quality, like today on "National Be On Time Day." We continue our wildly successful series "Summer Cruisin" with Part Two. When driving around this summer, make sure to be alert and keep your eyes open...
Atletico Madrid has become yet another club interested in signing Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez. Phil Mickelson is the leader in the clubhouse at a very rainy US Open, but Luke Donald, whose round was suspended, is one shot ahead. In baseball, the Mets lost against St. Louis in just 9 innings, while the New York Yankees lost against Oakland in 18 innings. And, in the NBA Finals, Miami beat San Antonio to tie the series at 2-2.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Steffi Graf, Eric Desjardins, Pat Summitt, Sam Perkins, and Guatemalan race-walking sensation Erick Barrondo. On this day in 1777, the Stars and Stripes was adopted by Congress as the flag of the United States. Have a great weekend, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something fascinating about river engineering in the Random Fact section!
Win-Win Situation - Unsealed documents reveal that former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt will play a significant role in bringing a football team to Los Angeles. Read here.
Expansion Talks - A new rumor suggest that the National Basketball Association is in talks with potential investors about granting an expansion franchise to Seattle. Read here.
Coming Soon - National Hockey League commissioner Gary Bettman is hinting that a new ownership group may finally take over the Phoenix Coyotes soon. Read here.
A new study has found that reading the Rudy Report is better and more fun than winning the lottery and then losing the winning ticket, which is another strong endorsement, today on "National Sewing Machine Day." The Rudy Report would like to start a new three-part series about summer cruisin'. There is nothing better than driving around in your car on a beautiful summer day. Time to roll down the windows and enjoy some fresh air...
After already going on a huge spending spree, there are rumors that French club AS Monaco is ready to bid more than $130 million for Cristiano Ronaldo, which would be a world record. The US Open will begin today and Sergio Garcia has already apologized to everyone for everything. In baseball, the Mets beat St. Louis, while the Yankees stayed up way past bedtime again. And, in Game One of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, Chicago and Boston went into triple overtime. It was a truly spectacular game. In the end, Chicago won thanks to a goal scored by Andrew Shaw.
The Rudy Report says Happy Birthday to Jason Spezza, Steve Novak, Sam Adams (the football player, not the beer), Erich Ribbeck, and Norwegian volleyball sensation Nila Hakedal. On this day in 1937, Joe DiMaggio hit three consecutive home runs against the St. Louis Browns. Have a great day, there is no new Dear Rudy at the moment, but learn something about the homeless in the Random Fact section!
Value Investing - A new report finds that the Miami Heat will soon be more valuable than the Dallas Mavericks, which shows a successful turnaround story. Read here.