1. A new rule change for the 2020 MLB season will have a runner starting on second base for each half inning in extra innings. The rule will not be in place for the post season.
2. Sierra Vista will begin on field football workouts Monday July 6 Co-Head Coach Matt Villasenor confirmed.
3. Former boxing champion Roberto Duran is hospitalized in Panama with the coronavirus.
4. Former Dodger outfielder Andrew Toles was arrested on a misdemeanor trespassing charge earlier this week when he was found sleeping behind a Federal Express building at a Key West, Florida airport and refused to leave.
5. The Lakers will face the Clippers followed by the New Orleans Pelicans against the Utah Jazz to open the restart of the NBA season July 30.
6. Joe Bugel, the former Washington Redskins offensive line coach who was known as being the architect of the famed “Hogs” in the 1980s, passed away at the age of 80. Bugel, who spent 32 years in the NFL, was also the head coach of the Phoenix Cardinals from 1990-1993 and was the HC of the Oakland Raiders for one season in 1997.
7. Under Armour is attempting to break its 15-year, $280 million contract with UCLA.
8. Quarterback Cam Newton signed a one-year, incentive laden deal with the New England Patriots.
9. On this day in 1990 Fernando Valenzuela threw a no-hitter in the Dodgers 6-0 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. On the same day the Oakland A’s Dave Stewart no-hit the Toronto Blue Jays.
10. “If you have a sombrero throw it to the sky!” – Dodger announcer Vin Scully at the completion of Valenzuela’s no-hitter.