Roundup: Rafael Nadal Wins French Open, Jerry Sandusky Trial Begins, & Chili Peppers Drummer Sings Hail to the Victors ... at Columbus Concert

By Jason McIntyre

Rafael Nadal beat Novak Djokovic, 6-4, 6-3 2-6, 7-5 win capture his 7th French Open title. [AP]

Pirates sweep Royals, forge into 1st place tie with Reds in the Central. [Post-Gazette]

The Jerry Sandusky trial begins today in Bellefonte, PA. [Patriots News]

“We are doing what a newspaper ought to do, which is to take positions. We are very consistent — pro-conservative, pro-business, pro-military — and we are trying to make a newspaper that gets people excited about this city and its future.” [David Carr]

Jamie Moyer, 49, had a great start in Triple-A for the Orioles. [Sun]

Here’s how MLB will be testing for HGH. [Biz of Baseball]

The Making of an Olympic Sex Symbol. [NYT]

Game Six of the Stanley Cup is tonight. The Kings lead 3-2, but have lost two in a row. [Daily News]

US Open begins Thursday. [Golf Digest]

Dallas is returning to TV (TNT), and if you’re looking for a reason to watch … Jordana Brewster. [Post Dispatch]

After Pacquiao lost that controversial judgment, an NFL player texted a media member saying they were, “done with boxing.” [Herald]

I can’t imagine the Heat bringing Chris Bosh off the bench in the Finals. [Palm Beach Post]

Don Draper is not a real person. [Slate]

Fast forward to the :50 mark. Chad Smith just became a legend in Ann Arbor. [via 1000 Steps]

Lady Gaga suffered a concussion on stage when this happened.

Looks safe. [via Cartmaniak]