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July

14
Ted Purdy, Chris Couch out of Barbarsol Championship with positive COVID-19 tests

In the final week of the PGA Tour testing players as a requirement to play, Ted Purdy and Chris Couch had to withdraw from the Barbasol Championship on Tuesday when they tested positive for the coronavirus. That makes four players who have tested positive in the last 12 days. The Barbasol Championship was the first tournament since the Valspar Championship in late April that had more than player receive a positive COVID-19 test. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports! The Barbasol Championship is held opposite the British Open. Purdy, whose lone PGA Tour triumpn was in 2005 […]

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March

05
The Growing Demand On Online Casinos

Since the start of COVID-19, the global gambling industry has taken a significant hit. Specifically in the United States, which is the biggest gambling market globally, many states have had to temporarily close their business. While other countries have ordered the shutdown of the casino to halt the spread of the virus, the massive impact has not gone ignored. In order to fight the in-person losses, the growing need for online gambling has taken off. Online gambling players like 888 Casino Online have been offering their services and enjoying the positive outcomes even during a global health crisis. In fact, many online […]

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January

08
Green Bay Packers allowing 6,000 fans for divisional playoff game

The Frozen Tundra won’t be the completely empty tundra for the playoffs. The Green Bay Packers revealed Thursday that approximately 6,000 ticketed fans will be permitted to attend the team’s first playoff game, either Jan. 16 or 17 in the NFC divisional round. The Packers had not allowed fans at Lambeau Field during the regular season and allowed only about 500 employees, their families and selected frontline workers to attend over the final month of the campaign. The tickets will go to season-ticket holders who opted in over the summer. At the time, Packers president Mark Murphy said more than 80% of […]

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December

18
Why Online Gambling Stocks Will Surge in 2021

When the coronavirus caused nationwide lockdowns in March, state governments captivated a tough financial blow, watching countless tax streams evaporate. Lawmakers’ hunger for new income sources has opened the door for up-and-coming vice industries, like online sports gambling, to fill the void the virus has created in states’ budgets. The virus has caused immense state deficits COVID-19 and its economic shutdowns have inflicted a cruel crunch on many states’ finances. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities found that on average, states will sustain a 10% cut to their tax revenue in fiscal 2020, with a 20% shortfall looming in fiscal […]

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November

04
Harry Higgs out of Vivint Houston Open after testing positive for coronavirus

PGA Tour player Harry Higgs has tested positive for COVID-19 and has withdrawn from this week’s Vivint Houston Open. Higgs, 28, who is in his second campaign on the PGA Tour and acquired on the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019, last played at the Zozo Championship at Sherwood two weeks ago, where he tied for 54th. He had a runner-up finish at the Safeway Open in September. “While I am disappointed to have to withdraw this week, I am grateful that I drove to Houston by myself and was alone as I awaited my pre-tournament screening results,” Higgs said in a statement […]

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September

09
Nadal returns at Italian Open after 7 months off

Rafael Nadal is preparing his return to tennis after a seven-month layoff at next week’s Italian Open. “The Foro Italico is always a special place for me and even more so this year as it will be my first tournament following a long period without playing,” Nadal, who has gained the Rome tournament a record nine times, said in a video message played at the event’s presentation on Tuesday. Because of concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic, Nadal preferred not to travel to New York for the ongoing U.S. Open. He last played in February, when he won a tournament in Acapulco, Mexico. The Sept. 14-21 […]

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August

13
Kentucky Derby scratches general admission

Churchill Downs officials expect less than 23,000 fans will be able to attend next month’s rearranged Kentucky Derby under an updated health and safety plan. The plan eliminates general admission and standing room only areas, with total capacity limited to less than 14 percent of the 2015 attendance record of 170,513. The 146th runnings of the Derby and Oaks for fillies were postponed from May 1-2 to Sept. 4-5 due to coronavirus concerns. Spectators were not permitted for Churchill Downs’ spring meet, but the track had stated in June that general admission would be limited to the 26-acre infield for […]

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August

11
Kuznetsova withdraws from US Open due to covid concerns

Former US Open champion Svetlana Kuznetsova has joined a growing list of players who have decided not to play in this year’s tournament due to concerns over the Covid-19 pandemic. The Russian world No 32 announced her decision on Instagram where she also said she would skip the Western & Southern Open which is being held in New York this year instead of Cincinnati as a lead-up to the US Open, which runs from August 31-September 13. “Due to an unfavorable situation caused by coronavirus, and therefore the inability get together all my team, I made a difficult decision to […]

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July

27
Jose Urena one of four Marlins players to test positive

Before starting their series rubber match with the Phillies and traveling back home to host the Orioles, multiple Marlins players reportedly tested positive for coronavirus. According to Sports Grid’s Craig Mish, at least four players tested positive for COVID-19. One of those players is starting pitcher Jose Urena, per MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, while one of the position players is reportedly first baseman Garrett Cooper. Urena was booked to start versus Philadelphia Sunday but was scratched a few hours before game time. Jon Heyman reported that Urena “feels fine,” while details regarding the names of the remaining two position players to test positive unclear. […]

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July

24
Red Sox shut down Eduardo Rodriguez for ‘complications’

Boston Red sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez has been shut down by the team after experiencing complications in his recovery from COVID-19. The 27-year-old southpaw was slated to step in as Boston’s ace for the upcoming season. Following the latest setback, Rodriguez will now be sidelined for the opening of Boston’s regular-season calendar and will likely need to be eased back in when he is cleared. Just a day before the Red Sox start their 2020 season, the team suffered another blow to its rotation. Rodriguez, who tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month, underwent medical testing when doctors discovered a […]

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