A look at some of the greatest moments in sports history to have occurred on July 6.
The Athletics’ COVID-19 tests have sat at an airport since Friday because no one accounted for Saturday being a holiday.
The NHL and NHL Players’ Association agreed Sunday on protocols to resume the season, a major step toward the return of hockey this summer. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly told The Associated Press there was an agreement on protocols for training camps and games and the sides are still negotiating an extension of the collective bargaining agreement, which is crucial to the process.
The A’s position players might not be able to work out Monday due to coronavirus tests not being shipped to the lab.
The Giants infielder showed up to San Francisco appearing to carry a few extra pounds.
By the end of the holiday weekend, four of the Cubs’ five presumptive starters had thrown at least two innings in an intrasquad scrimmage and four relievers had also gotten time on the mound.
Ross Stripling didn’t make the Dodgers’ starting rotation in the spring, but David Price’s decision to sit out gives the right-hander a second chance.
Prized pitching prospect A.J. Puk showed up with a new look Sunday.
If Chatwood, Ross and the rest of the Cubs weren’t sure how persistent the micro-commitments and significant the undertaking of this 1,700-player effort, they have been bombarded with reminders each day.
Joey Bart is yet to play another position since the Giants drafted the catcher in 2018.
Baseball players need to take precautions this season, and Sean Manaea might do something unusual.
Matt Duffy became an instant fan-favorite in San Francisco back in 2014.
Pablo Sandoval’s size and round middle have ignited the internet and brought out the body critics as baseball begins again. Manager Gabe Kapler said Sunday the San Francisco Giants fully expect their ”Kung Fu Panda” to be ready and in game shape to contribute by opening day later this month even though he is noticeably heavier than during spring training nearly five months ago in Scottsdale, Arizona. ”Pablo’s role on this team is to do what he has done over the course of the last couple days, and what he has done for this city and this community in the past, and that is to bring positive energy, get big hits, drive the baseball, and those are still the things we believe he is capable of doing,” Kapler said.
The Giants will have some interesting roster decisions to make when Summer Camp ends.
The Yankees had their Sunday brightened by Masahiro Tanaka, who came to the ballpark and seemed well a day after being hit in the head by Giancarlo Stanton’s line drive. “I think all the signs are pointing that he really dodged a bullet there," B…