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Volume 27 No. 32

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Volume 27 No. 22

MLB Brings Fans Back To Stands In Globe Life Field's Debut

Seats for Game 1 were sold in groups of four, with the empty seats between ticketed sections "secured by zip ties to prevent people from sitting in them."

Sources: NFL Eyeing L.A., Dallas For Postseason Bubble Locations

Nothing is "close to finalized, and the league will continue to treat each week and each individual game on a case-by-case basis."

Source: A's Billy Beane Prepared To Leave Baseball For Fenway Merger

Should Beane step away, his longtime second-in-command -- A's GM David Forst -- "would become the top baseball executive in the organization."

Tennis Channel To Air Most Non-Grand Slam Tourneys In New Deal

A source said that ESPN "determined that televising the next tier" of tennis tournaments "did not fit with its focus on the biggest stages in sports."

NCAA Presents Latest Draft On Athlete Compensation To D-I Council

The legislation "would prohibit athletes from engaging in activities involving a commercial product or service that conflicts 'with NCAA legislation.'"

Mark Cuban, Megyn Kelly Spar Over NBA Viewership Drop

Cuban said the NBA did not have the best matchup and storylines going into the Finals, and admitted the league “didn’t do a good job of promoting of it.”

NBA Checks All Boxes In Orlando, But Future Uncertainties Loom

The bubble "worked because there was near unanimous buy-in from players, coaches, staff members and franchises."