Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Dak Prescott, wins the ESPY award for Best Breakthrough Performance. Last season’s 4th round rookie stepped in for the injured Tony Romo and lead the Cowboys to a franchise best 13-3 record. Prescott tallied a 104.9 Quarterback Rating, third best in the league and became the first rookie to ever throw for more than 3,500 yards with fewer than five interceptions. The Dallas Cowboys depart for Oxnard, California next week to begin training camp.
The Texas Rangers are back on the field tomorrow when they visit the Kansas City Royals. The Rangers are currently 43-45 on the season and sit three games outside of a wildcard spot in the American League. Texas will be looking to become only the second team since the 1995 Yankees to make the postseason after having a losing record at the break. Texas will send Martin Perez to the hill. First pitch tomorrow is at 7:15.
The Semi-Finals are set at Wimbledon. Three giants fall, but one remains. Roger Federer, ranked third in the world, will take on 11th ranked Tomas Berdych. On the other end of the bracket, 24th ranked Sam Querrey becomes the first American to advance to the Wimbledon Semi-Finals since 2009. He’ll take on No. 7 Marin Cilic. On the women’s side No. 6 Johanna Konta will play No. 10, Venus Williams, while 14th ranked Garbine Muguruza faces Magdalena Rybarikova.
And the Tour De France is at stage 12 as the riders track through Pau and Peyragudes. Chris Froome continues to lead the pack.