PM Roundup: Leanna Decker; The U.S. Open Is Underway; Juan Soto Gets Historical

Ryan Phillips

The Big Lead’s PM Sports Roundup, which is so glad it opted to not play in the U.S. Open this year after seeing the leaderboard. 

Leanna’s still got it: You guys remember Leanna Decker? She was the Internet’s favorite redhead for a minute a few years ago? Well she’s apparently still hard at work modeling.

U.S. Open has tee’d off: Follow along with the U.S. Open leaderboard as the world’s best golfers attack the course at Shinnecock.

Soto is all historical: Nationals 19-year-old rookie Juan Soto became the youngest player with a multi-home run game since Andruw Jones did it on August 22, 1996.

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