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COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in the state June 1. Already the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers […]

COVID-19 has sports on hold but fans could see their teams soon

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In his press conference on Monday, May 18, California Governor announced the second phase of the state’s plan to reopen the economy could begin and sports could begin in the state June 1. Already the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers […]

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Jared Kushner leading the COVID-19 response has been a disaster

One thing that has slipped my mind the past two weeks, when writing about the novel coronavirus is the decision by Trump to put his son-in-law Jared Kushner in

Coronavirus and its Impact on the MLB

The MLB has decided to push back Opening Day by at least two weeks. But what does this mean for baseball in 2020? Let’s start by looking at the facts

Astros cheating: The tip of the iceberg

The average Major League Baseball player salary was just over $4 million a season last year for the 988 guys lucky enough to play in the big leagues. At

Astros punished by MLB for their sign stealing scheme

“I find that the conduct of the Astros, and its senior baseball operations executives, merits significant discipline.” So said Commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred in a 9-page

California missing out on sports gambling that will generate millions in wagers on MLB playoffs

More than a dozen states, from Rhode Island to Iowa to New Mexico to, of course, Nevada, will have a keen interest in the baseball playoffs, which are expected

Mike Trout could become the highest paid athlete in history

If all the reporting around the sports world is correct, Michael Nelson Trout is about to become the highest paid athlete in the world — in history. Various outlets,

MLB sets new rules to speed up games

As the MLB struggles to attract younger fans, the league believes that shortening games will make the product more appealing to an audience that does not have the patience

Dick Enberg, legendary sportscaster, has died

In what is sad news for the San Diego Padres and their fans, sportscaster Dick Enberg passed away in his La Jolla home Thursday. He was 82 years old. Born

Dodgers clinch NL Pennant and move on to Fall Classic

Congratulations to the Los Angeles Dodgers for winning the  National League Championship Pennant. They did it in front of a sold out Wrigley Field crowd in Chicago hoping to

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