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Volume 26 No. 202

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Volume 26 No. 197

Rob Manfred Admits Fans Deserve Better From MLB, Players' Union

Manfred also said the league needs to "get on the ground running and get comfortable" before deciding on allowing fans at games this year.

Positive Tests Among NBA Players Increasing As More Workouts Begin

Some players and execs are "more concerned about what will happen within the bubble once players are sealed away there if positive tests start to occur there."

ACC Commissioner John Swofford Set To Retire Next Year

Whoever replaces him will have “big shoes to fill,” as Swofford was the fourth ACC commissioner and served seven years longer than any of his predecessors.

Kentucky Derby To Allow Limited Number Of Spectators To Attend

Venue capacity reductions "will be made to limit crowd density, including general admission, outdoor reserved seating, premium dining and suites."

MLS Preps For Return As First Club Arrives In Orlando Bubble

Positive tests “have climbed throughout Central Florida," and that is causing “concerns for fans and players throughout the league.”

NCAA's Mark Emmert Believes CFB Season Still Likely To Happen In Fall

Emmert "dismissed criticism that the recent spate of positive tests indicates the NCAA allowed athletes back on campus too soon."

Turner Sports Opting Out Of UEFA Champions League Deal

UEFA will look to re-sell English-language rights for the next two seasons over the next several weeks.