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Volume 26 No. 178

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Volume 26 No. 138

Kraft Family, Patriots Work To Deliver Crucial Masks From China

Robert Kraft said he had "never seen so much red tape" that had to be overcome in order to bring the supplies back to America.

At Long Last: Spectrum, AT&T Pen Carriage Deal For SportsNet LA

One local columnist writes it is "impossible to rejoice without also recognizing the scars" of a feud that damaged the city's fan base.

Top U.S. Male Player Not Sure Tennis Will Be Played This Year

There could be some pressure to play "at least some tour events before the end of the year" because players have "lost months of income.”

Lightning's Vinik Using Ads To Help People Suffering From Pandemic

The first batch of ads target three areas -- unemployment, small business assistance and food shortages.

MASN Freelancers Not Receiving Financial Help During MLB Hiatus

The position "stands in contrast to those made by some other media companies who have made short-term commitments to their freelance staffs."

Saints Set Up Makeshift Draft HQ At Gayle Benson-Owned Brewery

The team also considered the Benson Tower office building for its HQs, but liked the "space available and the remote location at Dixie Brewing."

Royals' John Sherman Prioritizes Charities, Donations Amid Pandemic

The team's new owner believes sports teams "need to make sure that they in particular are getting behind the efforts in the community."