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Red Stars Spirit. Plus: Hot Bulls Learn Lesson; Post-Colliton Blackhawks Rolling; Breaking! Porter Moser Left Loyola; Illini (Maybe) A Top Ten Team; Stove Stuff; and Bears Prepare To Spoil Nation's Thanksgiving.
:40: Red Stars Spirit.
Gooooood morning! Can't wait to see 10,000 folx and counting at tomorrow's match 😍 https://t.co/EQnYk3zdpP— Chicago Red Stars (@chicagoredstars) November 19, 2021
29'--Katie Johnson comes on for injured Kealia Watt— B/R Football (@brfootball) November 14, 2021
38'--Katie Johnson gives @chicagoredstars the lead vs. NWSL Shield winners Portland Thorns
Instant impact from @katieajohnson33 😤
8:50: Hot Bulls Learn Lesson.
* Wimbish, CBS: Bulls Crumble ln Second Half, Final Seconds.
14:56: Post-Colliton Blackhawks Rolling.
* Dietz, Daily Herald: Blackhawks On Fire.
21:30: Breaking: Porter Moser Left Loyola!
* Denzel Valentine's brother has taken his place.
* Also, Loyola leaving Missouri Valley Conference for Atlantic 10.
28:55: Illini A Top Ten Team.
* Or maybe not!
30:21: Stove Stuff.
The 2021 NL Manager of the Year is Gabe Kapler of the @SFGiants.— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) November 16, 2021
✔️ Franchise record 107 wins
✔️ The best record in MLB
✔️ The second San Francisco manager to win the award
(H/T @MLBStats) pic.twitter.com/AybTlGGlM8
"I didn't know I was gonna be good at this. I was coming off a baseball career where I wasn't good at anything..."— Tricia Whitaker (@TriciaWhitaker) November 17, 2021
- AL manager of the year, Kevin Cash, being classic Kevin Cash in his zoom, poking fun at his playing career pic.twitter.com/AAcYDEfbgq
McGrath, The Athletic: For Cy Young Winner Robbie Ray, An Unlikely Rise And Memorable Turnaround Season.
40:36: Cubs Out Of Sync.
* Sharma, The Athletic: Cubs Mailbag.
50:19: Bears Prepare To Spoil Nation's Thanksgiving.
* Jahns, The Athletic: Analyzing The Precarious Future Of Matt Nagy.
* Tanier, New York Times: Packers' Defense Is Their MVP.
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