Sports activities on TVGolf1 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: The 3M Open, Last Spherical, TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minn., GOLF3 p.m. — PGA Tour Golf: The 3M Open, Last Spherical, TPC Twin Cities, Blaine, Minn., CBSHorse Racing1 p.m. — NYRA: Saratoga Reside, Saratoga Race Course, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., FS1KBO Baseball3:55 a.m. — LG at Doosan, ESPNLacrosse2 p.m. — MLL: TBD, Championship, Annapolis, Md., ESPN4 p.m. — PLL: Waterdogs vs. Atlas, Zions Bank Stadium, Herriman, Utah, NBCMLB1 p.m. — NY Yankees at Washington, TBS4 p.m. — LA Angels at Oakland OR Arizona at San Diego, MLBN7 p.m. — Atlanta at NY Mets, ESPN10 p.m. — San Francisco at LA Dodgers, ESPNNBANoon — Exhibition: Philadelphia vs. Oklahoma Metropolis, Lake Buena Vista, Fla., NBATV4 p.m. — Exhibition: Indiana vs. Dallas, HP Discipline Home, Lake Buena Vista, Fla., NBATV6:30 p.m. — Exhibition: Portland vs. Toronto, VISA Athletic Middle, Reunion, Fla. (joined in progress), NBATV8:30 p.m. — Exhibition: Houston vs. Memphis, HP Discipline Home, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (joined in progress), NBATVSoccer (males’s)10:55 a.m. — Premier League: Aston Villa at West Ham, NBCSN11 a.m. — Premier League: AFC Bournemouth at Everton, CNBC11 a.m. — Serie A: Lecce at Bologna, ESPN211 a.m. — Premier League: Watford at Arsenal, GOLF11 a.m. — Premier League: Manchester United at Leicester Metropolis, NBC11 a.m. — Premier League: Wolverhampton at Chelsea, USA8:30 p.m. — MLS is Again Event: Toronto FC vs. NY Metropolis FC, Spherical of 16, ESPN Broad World of Sports activities Complicated, Orlando, Fla., FS111 p.m. — MLS is Again Event: Kansas Metropolis vs. Vancouver, Spherical of 16, ESPN Broad World of Sports activities Complicated, Orlando, Fla., FS1Soccer (ladies’s)12:30 p.m. — NWSL Problem Cup: Houston vs. Chicago, Last, Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah, CBSTennisNoon — WTT: New York vs. Washington, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., CBSSNNoon — The 2020 (Re)Open: Final Tennis Showdown 2: Spherical Robin, TENNIS2:30 p.m. — The 2020 (Re)Open: Final Tennis Showdown 2: Spherical Robin; WTT: Las Vegas vs. Chicago, TENNIS7 p.m. — WTT: San Diego vs. Philadelphia, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., ESPN2WNBANoon — Connecticut vs. Minnesota, IMG Academy, Bradenton, Fla., ESPN3 p.m. — Chicago vs. Las Vegas, IMG Academy, Bradenton, Fla., ABC5 p.m. — Dallas vs. Atlanta, IMG Academy, Bradenton, Fla., CBSSNMaurice Petty, Corridor of Fame engine builder, dies at 81KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Maurice Petty, a part of a stock automobile racing dynasty that features father Lee and brother Richard and the primary engine builder to be inducted into the NASCAR Corridor of Fame, died Saturday. He was 81.Whereas different relations have been acclaimed for his or her capability behind the wheel, Maurice Petty earned the nickname “The Chief” for his capability to show a wrench. He helped his household win 198 races and 7 championships in NASCAR’s premier sequence, and he additionally constructed engines that carried Corridor of Famer Buddy Baker, Jim Paschal and Pete Hamilton to victory.“The Chief was one of the most talented mechanics in NASCAR history,” chairman and chief government Jim France. “He provided the power that helped Petty Enterprises define dominance in sports. While he was known for his work under the hood, Maurice played multiple behind-the-scenes roles, doing what it took to help deliver his cars to victory lane.”Maurice Petty was born March 27, 1939, in Stage Cross, North Carolina. He would tail his father to the monitor whereas rising up, and his mechanical know-how quickly performed an integral half in Lee Petty successful 54 races and three championships.He made 26 begins within the NASCAR Cup Collection from 1960-64, ending within the high 5 seven instances with 16 top-10 runs. However he rapidly determined to give attention to what occurred below the hood moderately than what occurred behind the wheel, and that proved to be a very good transfer for his older brother, who would depend on his engines throughout his interval of dominance.Richard, who would tackle the nickname “The King,” received his first championship together with The Chief when he drove a Plymouth to the 1964 title. They received once more in 1967, back-to-back titles in 1970 and ’71, and added three extra earlier than the 1970s drew to an finish. The seven titles stays tied with Dale Earnhardt and Jimmie Johnson for essentially the most in historical past.