ESPN 25 Mar 2020

Could the MLB playoffs be held at neutral sites?


Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon debate the potential impacts that playing the MLB Playoffs at neutral locations could have, as well as what would happen if the 2021 Olympics were held during the NBA regular season.


Over 30 hounds entered New York hoping for a chance to win the group, and clinch their spot for Best in Show. 'Bourbon' the whippet took home the top hound prize and is entered into Tuesday's Best in Show contest.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the possibility of the MLB moving to 7 inning double-headers in order to make up games missed due to the coronavirus.

The lives and legacies of Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, will be celebrated Monday at a memorial service at Los Angeles' Staples Center, called the "house that Kobe built." Los Angeles officials are asking anyone without a ticket to the event to stay away from the area. CBSN Los Angeles' Dave Lopez reports.
Buster Olney and Marx Teixeira give us the latest on the MLB's decision to push back Opening Day to mid-may due to the coronavirus outbreak and also weigh in on whether they believe players will be open to scheduling doubleheaders to play the full season.
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