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WRATH OF KHAN (AND KHANE)
British sensation Amir Khan (right) knocked out Zab Judah in Vegas, earning a possible dance with Floyd Mayweather Jr. And in NASCAR, Kasey Kahne miraculously walked away after his car somersaulted into a retaining wall at a World of Outlaws race in Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Will the Mets make the playoffs? No, no, no, we think. But ace Johan Santana has begun throwing (he says he "feels good") and will start minor league rehab this week. Also: David Wright (right) ended two months of lower-back rehab and homered on Sunday in his third game back.
The aptly named driver won the Edmonton Indy by .8 of a second; Reds pitcher Dontrelle Willis took a big step in his comeback with a strong game against Atlanta; and how else to describe Man City GK Joe Hart (right), who saved two PKs then scored a spot kick to beat L.A.?
UPTON THE YOUNGER
Since being snubbed as the home D-Backs' rep in Arizona's first Home Run Derby, Justin (right), the baby Upton bro, has crushed it in the desert. In six games last week he hit .609 (14 for 23), smacked two dingers and drove in 11 runs. And you know this kid's only 23, right?