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* Youth softball is on!
7:07: Play (COVID) Ball!
* Coffman: "Let's bust out all the classics."
* The Wrigleyville petri dish.
* Capitol Fax: Pick a lane, Wirepoints.
18:13 Unless Someone Dies, Part 2.
Giants' Buster Posey opts out of MLB season after he and his wife adopt newborn twins https://t.co/NUdrsr6UTx— Post Sports (@PostSports) July 11, 2020
Feeling informed can be a salve, but being overwhelmed by tragedy serves no purpose. https://t.co/1cHlkHnsIO— WIRED (@WIRED) July 9, 2020
The Cubs are extending their dugout for this season so players can social distance but not have to sit in the stands, per David Ross.— Jesse Rogers (@JesseRogersESPN) July 11, 2020
30:07: Blackhawk's Life Mattered.
* Rutter: "Blackhawks management and their fans are laboring under a self-enhanced delusion. Just because you stole something a long time ago does not make it yours."
* Rutter: A Blackhawks Proposal.
33:44: Cubs Closer Posers.
* Tribune: Cubs Release Morrow.
38:49: Pandemic PECOTA!
50:36: If The Pros Can't Get It Together, How Can High Schools And Colleges?
* Washington Post: The College Football Season Is In Trouble.
55:10 Oh, Canada.
American Passports Are Worthless Now: most of the world is now off-limits to the U.S., if you can get a passport at all https://t.co/A9cM9qq4Fe— Waxy.org (@waxy) July 10, 2020
1:00:27: WNBA Dedicates Season To Social Justice.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler, co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, has written WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert to express her opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement and ask the league to put an American flag on every jersey. https://t.co/5baNXQ5orM— ESPN (@espn) July 7, 2020
1:04:35: Red Stars Life.
Three things I learned this week about life in the NWSL bubble:— Annie Costabile (@AnnieCostabile) July 11, 2020
1. The Red Stars are not just ultra competitive on the field #KTSE
2. Crumbl Cookies is the move
3. NERTZ + Morgan Brian = 🏆
Confused? Read all about it here: https://t.co/Ei4VnTA37V
My latest on @CBSSports, an interview with @chiredstarsPR defender Sarah Gorden. Read about how she's transitioned into a leader this year for the team in light of Black Lives Matter and how she intends to show the work while leading the way.#NWSL #MKOThttps://t.co/661LfgqH87— Sandra 💙💯 (@SandHerrera_) July 11, 2020
For tomorrow's PRIDE game, the Red Stars are taking part in @sarahlgorden's Pass It On Challenge by pledging $100 for each goal we score during the game to @BSAllianceChi - the first Black-led, trans-led LGBTQ Center located on the South Side of Chicago. ❤️💛💚💙💜🖤 pic.twitter.com/zhVQF6fclM— Chicago Red Stars (@chiredstarsPR) July 11, 2020
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Posted on Apr 30, 2021