In my home state of California there are some initial talks about reducing restrictions. It’s probably going to be a few weeks before we have any idea how that is going to play out but I am glad that there are talks about ending the lockdown. Not sure what this means for sports but my guess is that it will be sports without fans to start.
Nicaragua has a full slate of soccer games today and Taiwan is wrapping up two baseball games as I type this. Baseball game and a soccer link below. In news…
Trump wants sports to come back. Tired of watching 14 year old baseball games on TV via USA Today.
Dr Fauci suggests single site fan free games as a start to resuming games via ESPN.
Trump includes sports executive in team to reopen the economy via ESPN.
Utah confirms termination of spring high school sports in state via Salt Lake Trib.
Chinatrust Brothers vs Fubon Guardians
In Nicaraguan soccer 1st place Managua FC takes on 5th place Jalapa.
2 thoughts on “Sports Today April 15, 2020”
Sophia Popov won the Cactus Tour event at the Union Hills Invite at the Union Hills Country Club on Wednesday, besting runner-up Sarah Burnham by two strokes.
Popov, a former USC player who hails from Germany, shot three consecutive rounds of 71 to win for the first time as a professional.
Next up on the Cactus Tour with the DALLAS CUP SERIES at Las Colinas GC in Queen Creek, Ariz. from April 20-22.
Alex Cejka, a 12-time professional tour event champion, shot a final-round 64 to finish with a three-day score of 197 to win the $28.500 Arrowhead Open stop on the Outlaw Tour by two strokes over K.K. Limbhasut at Arrowhead Country Club in Glendale, Ariz., on Wednesday.
The 49-year-old Cejka has pocketed more than $18 million in a professional career that has spanned 30 years, entered Wednesday’s final round three shots off the lead. For his effort, he’ll cash a modest first-place check of $5,000.
The Outlaw Tour heads to The Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix next week for the Legacy Shootout on April 21-22 for its next-to-last event of the season.