The TEN: 6/15/2020

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

1. Houston suspended all voluntary workouts for student-athletes after 6 symptomatic UH athletes tested positive for COVID 19.

2. Sierra Canyon football will begin practice Monday morning with no footballs and a plan to assign one coach to 10 athletes.

3. The New York Yankees could be under investigation for a sign stealing scheme in 2017.

4. MLB players association rejected the latest offer and asked the league to set a schedule for the 2020 season rather than counter with another return-to-play proposal.

5. Former New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg is attempting a sports comeback as a baseball pitcher. Hackenberg, who reportedly has a 90 mph fastball, last played baseball in high school at the Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia.

6. Two Clemson football players and one men’s basketball player have tested positive for the coronavirus the school reported Friday.

7. Former Pittsburgh Steelers/ NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown pleaded no contest to a felony burglary with battery charge and two lesser misdemeanor charges from a January incident in Florida.

8. Adam Abdul-Jabbar, the son of basketball Hall of Famer/ former Lakers center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a neighbor several times.

9. On this day in 2019 the New Orleans Pelicans traded forward Anthony Davis to the Lakers for Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, and three future first round draft picks.

10. Former Dodger outfielder/ current Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker, turns 71 today.

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