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Short season, no summer ball make staying sharp a challenge

Short season, no summer ball make staying sharp a challenge

By ERIC OLSON If all had gone as he hoped, Elijah Cabell and his Florida State teammates would have been playing for the College World Series championship this week. Instead, Cabell treks to a ballfield in his neighborhood in Winter Park, Florida, most days to work on his game in solitude. He hits baseballs off…More

High schools push ahead for fall football amid pandemic

High schools push ahead for fall football amid pandemic

By JIM VERTUNO AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — High schools across the country are trying to figure out how and when students might return to classrooms this fall. Many are also making sure their star quarterbacks and other athletes will be in shape when they do. While states have been easing the economic and social lockdowns…More

Baseball fights to return, but why even try?

Baseball fights to return, but why even try?

By TIM DAHLBERG There’s a chance baseball will still be played this summer, though pettiness, intransigence and the sneakiness of the coronavirus may dictate otherwise. Just as well. Because it’s not baseball I want to see. A schedule with so few games that the regular season is meaningless. A postseason with so many teams that…More

Odd ball: Runners start on 2nd base, tie games, re-entry?

Odd ball: Runners start on 2nd base, tie games, re-entry?

By RONALD BLUM NEW YORK (AP) — Extra innings that start with runners on second base, games ending in ties and re-entry are among the possibilities for a radically altered 2020 Major League Baseball season, one limited to a maximum 60 games by teams that claim they can’t afford more due to the coronavirus pandemic.…More

Chill vibe of Hilton Head hides urgency for PGA Tour players

Chill vibe of Hilton Head hides urgency for PGA Tour players

By DOUG FERGUSON HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) — The ambiance of Hilton Head doesn’t change, a most peaceful setting among shade of oaks along the Calibogue Sound. Adding to the serenity this week is the absence of spectators for the second straight week on the PGA Tour. It’s the calendar that makes all the…More

College Football Hall of Fame to re-open in July

College Football Hall of Fame to re-open in July

The Associated Press – The College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta plans to reopen July 1 with a new exhibit featuring historically black colleges and universities. The museum closed in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic. The reopening was delayed after the facility sustained damage in riots that erupted the night of May…More

The Falcons New Running Back

The Falcons New Running Back

By Lincoln May This offseason the Atlanta Falcons signed Todd Gurley. He is a 2017 offensive player of the year.  The Falcons signed him to a one year $5.5 million dollar deal. The only thing that he had left to finalize his contract was his physical. He passed the physical on Monday but people still…More

Ralph Stokes – PGA Tour Superstore Dir. of Marketing

Ralph Stokes – PGA Tour Superstore Dir. of Marketing

The PGA Tour Superstore is reopened with COVID Precautions and the PGA Tour has resumed competition! Ralph Stokes joind Buck & Kincade to discuss the lockdown affect PGA Tour Superstore, how they getting back in the swing of things now that they have reopened, what can we expect from PGA Tour Superstore for Father’s day,…More

Fan experience to change profoundly amid COVID-19 pandemic

Fan experience to change profoundly amid COVID-19 pandemic

By DAVE SKRETTA KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Dayton Moore remembers so clearly the vast sections of empty seats inside Kauffman Stadium when he took over as general manager of the Kansas City Royals, and he remembers just as vividly — nearly a decade later — how those seats filled and fans roared as the…More

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