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Sports On Television: July 15, 2012

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In one sense this is the moment of the week that you realize, "damn it. A new start to the work week inches ever so closer." We can help with a variety of sports on television to help you forget about such things. And don't forget the season five premiere of Breaking Bad starts tonight.

MLB Baseball: Los Angeles Angles at New York Yankees (1:00 PM, TBS)
Following New York's 5-3 win over the Angles on Saturday, the Yankees are looking to complete the sweet Sunday afternoon.

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Lenox Industrial Tools 301 (1:00 PM, TNT)
Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne will lead the field to Green at New Hampshire. Series leader Matt Kenseth rolls off at No. 27.

MLB Baseball: Arizona Diamondbacks at Chicago Cubs (2:00 PM, WGN)
So the Cubs have won three-straight, looking to complete the weekend sweep over Arizona on Sunday. They're still 14 games behind first place already -- and we're not sure if anyone really cares.

PGA Tour: John Deere Classic (3:00 PM, CBS)
After scorching the field at 10-under during the first-round, without being forced to look back yet, Troy Matteson heads into the final round at three-under over the field.

Champions Tour: U.S. Senior Open (3:00 PM, NBC)
Bernhard Langer shot a third-round best 64 while yesterday's leader, Lance Ten Broeck collapsed with a 72, falling to No. 11 on the leaderboard. Langer's third-round was so good that he exploded to a four-stroke lead heading in the final round.

MLS Soccer: New York vs. Seattle (4:00 PM, ESPN)
Just because we wanted to offer some variety.

Skateboarding: Street League (7:00 PM, ESPN2)
Just because we wanted to offer some variety... again.

MLB Baseball: St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds (8:00 PM, ESPN)
The Reds have won five straight games, including the first two in the three-game weekend series against the Cardinals. Johnny Cueto will miss his start so Homer Bailey will go to complete the series sweep.

Non-Sports: Breaking Bad (10:00 PM, AMC)
The season premiere of Breaking Bad kicks off tonight. Now sure how they can top off the scene of Gus' face being half-torn off. But we're pretty open-minded.