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Friday, July 24, 2020

Yankees & Dodgers Win MLB Openers

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

July 24/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

courtesy MLB 

Major League Baseball

New York Yankees 4 Washington Nationals 1

Giancarlo Stanton belted a 2 run homer for the Yankees who won the 5 inning affair

 

LA Dodgers 8 San Francisco Giants 1

Kike Hernandez homered and drove in five runs 

 

The Season Opener for the Toronto Blue Jays is tonight.

Toronto will face the Rays in Tampa Bay

Ryu Hyun-Jin will start for the Blue Jays

Charlie Morton will start for the Rays

 


MLB Playoffs

Major League Baseball and the players’ union agreed to expand the playoffs from 10 teams to 16 for this season.

Sixteen of the 30 teams will advance to a best-of-3 first round:

The winners move on to the best-of-5 Division Series followed by a best-of-7 League Championship Series & finally a best-of-7 World Series.

 

 


PGA 3M Open

at TPC Twin Cities, Minnesota

Richy Werenski leads after the opening round at 8 under par.

Werenski carded a 63

Canadians Roger Sloan B.C., David Hearn from Brantford & Calgary's Aaron Crawford who earned his way into the event as a Monday qualifier opened with 69s to come in at 2 under.

Play resumes at 6:50 am this morning

Hearn will be the first Canadian to play this morning as he tees off at 7:40 am

 

 

 

MLS Is Back Tournament

at Walt Disney World Resort, Florida

Vancouver Whitecaps 2 Chicago Fire FC 0

The win allows Vancouver to gain a Wild Card berth


The Houston Dynamo tied LA Galaxy 1-1
& the Portland Timbers tied LAFC 2-2


There are no tournament games today as the preliminary round concluded last night and the Round of 16 begins tomorrow.

All 3 Canadian teams made the Knockout stage with Toronto FC winning Group C while the Montreal Impact & Vancouver Whitecaps qualified as Wild Card entries.

Tomorrow night, Montreal meets Orlando.

Sunday, TFC faces New York City FC while Vancouver will go against Sporting Kansas City

 

 


NASCAR Super Start Batteries 400

at Kansas Speedway.

Denny Hamlin breezed past Kevin Harvick for the lead & then held off Brad Keselowski for his 5th victory of the season

Brad Keselowski finished 2nd and Martin Truex Jr. was 3rd.

The Kansas 200 is set for tonight

 


Seattle Kraken

The National Hockey League’s newest team will be the Seattle Kraken.

The expansion franchise unveiled its nickname yesterday,

The Kraken is a sea creature of Scandinavian folklore

 

 

CHL APPOINTS INDEPENDENT REVIEW PANEL

The Canadian Hockey League today announced that it has appointed an Independent Review Panel to review the current policies and practices in the league that relate to hazing, abuse, harassment and bullying and the allegation that players do not feel comfortable reporting behaviors that contravene these policies.
The panel will be chaired by former Premier of New Brunswick Camille Thériault and will include Sheldon Kennedy and Danièle Sauvageau.

“The CHL is committed to the 1,400 young men who play in our league and the protection of our players has been and will always be our primary concern,” said CHL President Dan MacKenzie. “This is why we have assembled this Independent Review Panel to review the effectiveness of our current policies, player experience programs and procedures for reporting off-ice misconduct, to help ensure that we are providing the safest environment free of hazing, abuse, harassment and bullying.”

Over the last 20 years the CHL and its member leagues the Western Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, have made a number of advancements to Players First programs including extensive policies and practices to educate players and team staff on respect in sport, prevention of hazing, abuse, harassment and bullying, along with introducing a leading mental health program, Talk Today, in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association.

“As a former member of the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleus and lifelong hockey fan, I can attest to the fact that hockey, at all levels, is a key part of Canadian culture,” said Thériault. I look forward to working with my fellow panel members to review the CHL’s policies and practices to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all players.”

The goal is to have the report of the Independent Review Panel completed in time for the start of the 2020-21 season.

About the Panel:

Camille Thériault is the former Premier of New Brunswick, an Officer of the Order of Canada and the former chair of the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB). He recently retired as the President and CEO of UNI Financial and has twice been named in the Top 50 Atlantic Business leaders by Atlantic Business magazine. He received the Queen’s Jubilee Medal in 2012 and an honorary doctorate from the Université de Moncton.

Sheldon Kennedy is a former Memorial Cup champion and NHL player who is widely known for his role in bringing the attention of abuse in sport to the forefront. He has been instrumental in bringing governments, public and private sector partners together to work collaboratively to influence policy change and improve the way child abuse is handled. He co-founded the Calgary and Area Child Advocacy Centre and the Respect Group. He has received countless awards and honorary doctorates, including being named a Member of the Order of Canada in 2014 and the Order of Hockey in Canada in 2020.

Danièle Sauvageau is known for her extensive experience in investigation, public safety, high level sport, business and sports coaching. She has more than 33 years of service in policing where she has held strategic investigative and strategic development positions. She has participated in 10 Olympic Games (2002 Gold medalist for women’s hockey) and several Pan American Games and World Championships as head coach and general manager. She has received numerous awards over the years including Canada’s Meritorious Service Cross, an Officer of the Order of Canada, and has been named the Coach of Year in Quebec three times.

 

 

Tyson Returns

Mike Tyson will be coming out of retirement to fight Roy Jones Jr on September 12th.

The fight will reportedly be a 8-round exhibition match in California 

Tyson who is 54, last fought in 2005.

Jones who is 51, held titles in 4 different weight classes and most recently fought 2 years ago.

 

 

NBA Pre-season

at Orlando, Florida

Toronto Raptors vs Houston Rockets  

7:30 pm

 


Dream of Glory Eliminations

The annual Dream of Glory Elimination races at Hanover Raceway are tomorrow at 2 pm.

The top horses from the 3 divisions this week will advance to the $ 60,000 Dream of Glory Final scheduled for Saturday August 1st

Post time at Hanover Raceway is 2 pm

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