Sports On Television: July 1, 2012

June 30, 2012; Bethesda, MD, USA; Tiger Woods waves to the crowd after putting on the 10th green during the third round of the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE

Tiger Woods is making a run at the AT&T National, while the Finals for the Euro 2012 will take place this afternoon. Continuing U.S. Olympic trials and the final day of X-Games are all on tap for the day in sports.

PGA Tour Golf: AT&T National (1:00 PM, Golf Channel)
Tiger Woods absolutely surged during Saturday's third round, shooting a 67, within one-stroke of the leader Brendon de Jonge. However no one was allowed on the course to watch, due to violent thunderstorms the previous night leaving debris. We can bet now that Woods in the mix, more people will check out the event and the gallery will be packed.

MLB Baseball: Chicago White Sox at New York Yankees (2:00 PM, TBS)
Chicago took the first two games of the four-game series before New York shutout the White Sox on Saturday.

Euro 2012: Italy vs. Spain (2:30 PM, ESPN)
Italy and Spain meet in the finals to determine the champion of the Euro 2012. Both came out of Group C and during the opening round of the tournament, Spain and Italy played to a 1-1 tie.

Champions Tour Golf: Senior Players Championship (2:30 PM, Golf Channel)
Mark Calcavecchia shot a 64 in the third round Saturday, trying Joe Daley heading into the fourth and final round. Fred Couples and Tom Lehman are within a stroke of the lead.

X-Games: Rally-car Racing And Skateboarding (3:00 PM, ESPN2)
The RallyCross rally-car race and men's Street skateboarding.

PGA Tour Golf: AT&T National (3:00 PM, CBS)
Tiger Woods closes in and the network shifts from the Golf Channel to CBS.

MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at San Francisco Giants (4:00 PM, Fox Sports Ohio)
Mat Latos dominated the Giants while Ryan Hanigan and Miguel Cairo knocked in a pair of runs to give the Reds a 2-1 win Saturday. With Cincinnati taking two games, the Reds, at worst, can't lose the series. Bronson Arroyo will take the hill against Ryan Vogelsong.

WNBA: Phoenix Mercury at Washington Mystics (4:00 PM, NBA Channel)
Someone is a fan.

X-Games: Rally-car Racing and Skateboarding (5:00 PM, ESPN)
Broadcast shifts from ESPN2 to ESPN.

LPGA Tour Golf: NW Arkansas Championship (5:00 PM, Golf Channel)
Veronica Felibert leads the field by four strokes heading into the third and final round.

U.S. Olympic Trials: Track and Field (7:00 PM, NBC)
Events from Eugene, Oregon includes the finals in the men's 200m, the men's and women's 400m hurdles and the 1500m -- and closing ceremonies.

MLB Baseball: New York Mets at Los Angeles Dodgers (8:00 PM, ESPN)
Not even close. The Mets have outscored the Dodgers 17-2 during the four-game weekend series, taking the first three games (with the previous two games being shutouts by the Dodgers). Makes us wonder if ESPN is thinking Flex scheduling at some point.

U.S. Olympic Trials: Swimming (8:00 PM, NBC)
Events from Omaha includes the men's 50m free and 100m fly and the women's 200m back and 800m free, as well as the semifinals in the women's 50m free.

X-Games: Moto X, Freestyle Bicycling and Skateboarding (9:00 PM, ESPN2)
The men's and women's Enduro X, the Big Air freestyle bicycling and the Real Street skateboarding.

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