Sprinkle the infield and sports headlines from the weekend

1…Swiss Skydiver became the 6th filly to win the Preakness on Saturday. SS was an 11-1 long shot.

2…Patriots and chiefs moved to Monday night at 7:05 on CBS 8:50. 

Packers/falcons second game

3…The Browns hung 49 points on the Cowboys, while the Vikings found the win column beating the winless Texans 31-23.  The Buccaneers came back to beat the Chargers 38-31, while the Saints’ offense got rolling in a five-TD day against the Lions 35-29. Joe Burrow earned his first NFL win as the Bengals defeated the Jaguars 33-25, and the Panthers upset  the Cardinals. 31-21.  Guess we should’ve just bet the overs

4…Yellawood 500 at talledega race 

There was an 11 car crash 

Denny Hamlin wins 

Cole Custer DNF 

5…Behind jimmy butlers triple double 40-11-13, Game 3 NBA finals goes to the heat


6…Baseball Hall of Famer,  two-time Cy Young Award , World Series MVP in the Cardinals’ 1964 and 1967 championship seasons &  National League MVP in 1968. Bob Gibson passed away Friday. They say At his peak, Gibson might have been the most talented all-around starter in history. Gibson 84 passed away from pancreatic cancer

Played 17 seasons for the Cardinals


7…The 2020 NHL draft will be held virtually from Oct. 6-7. New York islanders have #1 pick. Columbus blue jackets have pick number 21

8…Oklahoma dropped out of The Associated Press college football poll for the first time since September 2016 and No. 24 Iowa State jumped back into the Top 25 with the upset 37-30 victory over the sooners 

Here’s the new 

AP Top 25

1. Clemson
2. Alabama
3. Georgia
4. Florida
5. Notre Dame
6. Ohio State
7. Miami
8. North Carolina
9. Penn State
10. Oklahoma Stat

9…The Pac-12 Conference finally unveiled its 2020 football schedule Saturday .

headlined by the conference’s only ranked—the Number 14 Oregon Ducks—opening the season against Stanford on November 7 as part of the league’s seven-game schedule.

Despite the shortened season due to the coronavirus pandemic, the conference will have two rivalry weekends. 

10…Following Ron Gardehnhire’s retirement, Tigers general manager Al Avila is beginning an extensive search to find the team’s next skipper. Speaking to reporters on Friday, he made it clear Detroit’s list of managerial candidates is extensive and even includes two controversial names—A.J. Hinch or Alex Cora. So far, no talk of sandy Alomar.