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Sports On Television: July 8, 2012

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Major League Baseball will play their final games before the All-Star break on Sunday. With a full slate of baseball, there's golf, racing, soccer and even water polo in today's schedule of sports on television. In non sports television, the Walking Dead continues its weekend marathon.

IndyCar Racing: Honda Indy Toronto (12:30 PM, ABC)
Dario Franchitti beat Scott Dixon last year on the 1.75-mile street race.

MLB Baseball: Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies (1:30 PM, TBS)
Despite Ryan Howard's return to the lineup on Saturday, the Phillies lost 6-3 to the Braves. Now Philadelphia is looking to avoid the weekend sweep.

MLB Baseball: Toronto Blue Jays at Chicago White Sox (2:00 PM, WGN)
With a win over Toronto on Sunday, the White Sox will head into the All-Star Break with a six-game winning streak following their sweep over the Blue Jays.

PGA Tour Golf: Greenbrier Classic (3:00 PM, CBS)
Webb Simpson held onto his lead through the third round on Saturday, currently enjoying a two-stroke advantage over Troy Kelly heading into Sunday's final round.

LPGA Tour Golf: U.S. Women's Open (3:00 PM, NBC)
Na Yeon Choi shot a 65 on Saturday, four strokes better than anyone else during the third round, giving her a six-stroke lead over second-place Amy Yang for the tournament.

MLS Soccer: Chicago vs. Los Angeles (3:00 PM, ESPN)
Los Angeles, who Landon Donovan plays for, looks to break a two-game slide against Chicago, who is only five points out of the Eastern Conference lead.

MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at San Diego Padres (4:00 PM, Fox Sports Ohio)
Reds ace Johnny Cueto take the hill in Cincinnati's final game before the All-Star Break. After a 6-5 win Saturday night, the Reds can't lose the four-game weekend series against San Diego. But if they fail to win Sunday, they can't win the series either.

Minor-League Baseball All-Star Game: All-Star Futures Game (5:00 PM, ESPN2)
Get a chance to watch Billy Hamilton, who has 104 stolen bases in 82 games this year, during the 14th All-Star Futures Game in Kansas City. Pitcher Kyle Lotzkar, with Cincinnati's double-A affiliate Pensacola, will also be in the game.

U.S. Olympic Trials: Women's Water Polo (6:00 PM, NBC Sports)
The ladies will play the final of four exhibition games before the London games against Hungary at Corona del Mar High.

Champions Tour: First Tee Open (7:00 PM, Golf Channel)
Tom Kite and Brad Bryant share the lead at eight under par at Pebble Beach, three strokes over the rest of the field.

MLB Baseball: New York Yankees at Boston Reds Sox (8:00 PM, ESPN)
Yea. These guys again. The Yankees and Red Sox split their double-header on Saturday, heading into the weekend series finale on Sunday with a 2-1 Yankees advantage.