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MLB 2020 Winners and Losers: Mets, Angels have tough lists; good news for the central contenders of the NL

Even if MLB plays an unbalanced program for 2020, i.e. teams don’t play other teams an equal number of times, you generally don’t see huge disparities in terms of the strength of the program. Last season, for example, the Marlins had the hardest docket with an average winnings percentage of opponents of 0.510. In the meantime, Indians and twins bind …

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Golf is difficult at Muirfield Village Golf Club – PGA TOUR

Golf is difficult at Muirfield Village Golf Club PGA TOUR Expected to have fans, the Memorial tournament will now not be due to the ESPN coronavirus Michigan’s Donnie Trosper shoots 62 to qualify for the second PGA Tour event The Detroit News Power rankings: Workday Charity Open pgatour.com PGA Tour changes course: no fans are admitted to the Memorial Golf …

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Aaron Nola of the Phillies: I didn’t have the virus

Aaron Nola reported to Phillies camp on Monday, launched the bullpen, then announced that he had no COVID-19. “All of my tests have been negative,” said the right arm. Nola said his absence from the field – which officially began on Friday – is due to the fact that he came in contact with someone who had tested positive. “I’m …

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Trump wanted “Kaepernick” Bubba Wallace. Instead it made it too big to fail Sport

Mmore than 130,000 Americans have died of coronaviruses. Double-digit unemployment plunges the economy increasingly into depression. Meanwhile, the police continue to kill unarmed blacks with impunity, sparking demonstrations across the country. Any of these legacy crises would consume the average American president. For Donald Trump, somehow, there is an even more pressing agenda item: destroying the racing career of Nascubb …

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2020 Workday Charity Open odds: surprising PGA choices, predictions from an advanced model that has nailed six majors

The Workday Charity Open 2020 is the first of two consecutive events to be held at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. The Open Workday 2020 charity camp will include three of the top five players in the world, including Brooks Koepka, who had to retire from the traveler league after his caddy tested positive for COVID-19. Koepka, …

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