Wednesday, June 24, 2020
MLB Set To Play Ball In July, But Has Too Much Damage Been Done?
Baseball's infighting over a return plan "blew up the chance for the league to have nearly a month as the only show in town."
MLB's Focus Back On Preventing Outbreak As COVID Cases Rise
MLB players last night agreed on health-and-safety protocols for the '20 season, "paving the way for camps to re-open on July 1."
N.Y. Marathon Latest Event To Be Canceled Due To Pandemic
With the announcement, the N.Y. Marathon becomes the third of the six major international races canceled this year.
NASCAR To Continue Investigation After FBI Rules Out Hate Crime
FBI investigators yesterday concluded that no federal hate crime was committed and that the rope had been "in the garage stall since at least October 2019."
Knicks Hire World Wide Wes As Exec VP, Senior Advisor To President
Sources said that Wesley had "already been assisting” Knicks President Leon Rose and “played an integral role in forming the Knicks' new front office."
Angels Share Extensive Vision For Ballpark Development Plan
The plan promises "gathering places for eating, drinking, shopping and relaxing" around games, as well as a "mix of luxury and affordable housing."
NFL Sees Big Spike In Teams Participating In Diversity Summit
The summit was "geared toward highlighting and teaching the diverse talent in the NFL and college ranks in hopes of solving the NFL's lack of minority coach hiring."