On Friday, June 26, the NHL held phase one of it’s draft lottery to decide the order of next year’s NHL Draft. During a normal season, the teams that do not make the playoffs each have a certain percentage of getting the number one pick in the NHL Draft. However, due to the coronavirus, the NHL playoffs this year have 24 teams so things had … Continue reading The Winner of the NHL Draft Lottery is ?????
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many sports such as the NFL and the NBA have been significantly impacted. With much college recruitment being affected due to sports not occurring this year has also impacted NFL recruitment from many Division I schools. With many NFL scouts not being able to travel and visit college football throughout its season has limited the number of recruitments for the … Continue reading COVID-19 May Impact the 2021 NFL draft
If you were asked to do your job when there was a pandemic going on and making only 50% of your salary, would you do it? No, of course not, that’s crazy. That’s what’s happening in the MLB. Players are being asked to play for significantly less money while doing the same job they always do while putting their lives at risk. Players would also … Continue reading Why the MLB is Seemingly More and More Unlikely to Have a Season
It is about time that we have concrete information about sports returning and not just basing our thoughts on speculations and rumors. Both the National Hockey League and National Basketball Association have released plans to have their sports come back. The NHL has decided that the regular season is over and that 24 teams have made it to the playoffs. The top 4 teams in … Continue reading We Know The Plan
Earlier this week, ESPN announced a new deal with the Korean Baseball Organization that they would air one Korean baseball game a day for six days of the week. For some people, this might not seem like a big deal. However, to the sports fans that are looking for any live sports to watch, this is incredible news. South Korea has done a great job … Continue reading Live Sports are Back in South Korea
In mid-March, the NBA, MLB, and NHL suspended their seasons, and I knew it was only a matter of days before mine got canceled. No, I’m not a pro athlete. I’m a high school junior with aspirations to play after high school. This would have been my final season of high school baseball, and I was hoping to have a great season.Before the season got … Continue reading A Lost Season
On Tuesday, April 14th, Florida declared professional sports an essential business. President Trump said on Wednesday, “We miss sports,” as he made it clear that it was important to get sports back. Declaring professional sports an essential business means that leagues could carry on their business as normal with games and events being played without fans in the stands. If you are anything like me … Continue reading Florida Declares Professional Sports Essential