Best Of The SB Nation Network: June 24, 2010

We have nearly 250 fantastic sports blogs in SB Nation, so in case you didn't have a chance to read them all today we've collected the best stuff right here. Get sports smart in no time fast!


- The Nationals may have Stephen Strasburg but their offense has been, well, offensive. Federal Baseball has the scoop.

- Evan Longoria was one of the best hitters in baseball through April and May, but in June he's regressed to "merely good". DRaysBay takes a closer look.

- Bobby Valentine will be meeting with the Marlins to discuss their managerial vacancy. FishStripes isn't exactly thrilled.

- Jaime Garcia has been fantastic for the Cardinals this season. Viva El Birdos breaks it down using PITCHf/x.


- Detroit Bad Boys had a very bad Cole Aldrich dream.

- Liberty Ballers gets an unexpected elevator ride with Evan Turner and follows that up with more fun questions for draft prospects.

- Of course Knicks blog Posting and Toasting is on-site in New York covering the NBA Draft....and having fun too.


- Albert Haynesworth in Oakland? Silver and Black Pride makes the case.

- Battle Red Blog is skeptical that Steve Slaton will ever be the same after neck surgery.

- Revenge of the Birds looks at the chances of Matt Leinart experiencing success this year.

- What impact will rookie Taylor Mays make in San Francisco? Niners Nation knows.


- What do the Predators have in Matt Halischuk? An examination by On the Forecheck.

- Blueshirt Banter passes a memo to Glen Sather: avoid this year's free agent class.

- Why Jimmy Howard is the real rookie of the year, from Winging It In Motown.

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