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There will almost certainly not be a Red Line World Series. Plus: Bears Lose QB Competition; Kiss The Sky; Soccer Wubble; Mubble; and Their Old Kentucky Home.
:42: There Will Almost Certainly Not Be A Red Line World Series.
* Coffman: The White Sox have a nice one-two punch. The Cubs have just one punch.
Yoán Moncada says COVID-19 is still affecting him, despite being cleared during summer camp— James Fegan (@JRFegan) September 3, 2020
"Definitely my body doesn't feel the same after the virus. I feel a lack of energy, strength."
* New world.
* Jarrod Dyson vs. Cameron Maybin.
* Riese, Cubs HQ: What's Next For Albert Almora Jr.?
* Coffman: Treading Water.
* Brew Crew: What To Expect From Daniel Vogelbach.
36:00: Bears Lose QB Competition.
* Cordarelle Patterson is a niche role player whose role is of increasingly less value, not more.
58:31: Kiss The Sky.
* AP: Sky-Mystics Preview.
* Wubble Life.
1:04:20: Soccer Wubble.
The second half of the NWSL Fall series schedule is out.— Hot Time In Old Town (@HotTimeOldTown) September 3, 2020
9/26, Red Stars host Washington (noon, CBS)
10/10 Red Stars visit Sky Blue (11:30 a.m. CT, CBS All Access). #MKOT
For the first time this season, the Chicago Fire are on a run of games without interruption.— Chicago Tribune Sports (@ChicagoSports) September 4, 2020
That regularity has a tricky side to it for #cf97, who are trying to balance building consistency with needing to rotate as they play their 5th game in 18 days.https://t.co/us22ndYKyH
1:07:56: Their Old Kentucky Home.
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