After a rollercoaster day yesterday that left him at T-107th after one round, Robby Shelton shot a 64 at the Farmers Insurance Open today, placing him at -7, T-8th, two shots back. Shelton’s 64, which was low round of the day, includes 9 birdies and a bogey.
Detroit News notes that Spencer Turnbull seems to be poised to ascend to ace status with the Tigers.
Buster Olney of ESPN reports that Alex Avila’s deal with Washington is worth $1.5 million in 2021. Olney adds that Max Scherzer, Avila’s former battery mate in Detroit, was instrumental in Washington making an offer.
Mac Jones was voted on as top quarterback as part of the practice player of the week awards at the Senior Bowl.
Gang Green Nation discusses Quinnen Williams as one of the core pieces for the New York Jets.
Some podcast appearances:
- Kristen Gillman is interviewed on the Truth in Texas Banking podcast, which is hosted by Veritex Bank (one of Gillman’s sponsors).
- Collin Sexton appears on the Lowe Post podcast. Sexton’s interview starts around the 42:00 mark.
- Alex Avila is interviewed on FanGraphs Audio (interview was done before Avila signed with Washington).
Landon Dickerson puts in a plug for Najee Harris in this interview with the NFL Network:
Senior Bowl executive director Jim Nagy on why the week was beneficial for Mac Jones, Alex Leatherwood, and Deonte Brown.
SOCCER Melbourne Victory 1, Adelaide United 0. Maruschka Waldus (ADE) - no stats; played full match. GOLF Farmers Insurance Open Rd 2: Robby Shelton – 73-64, -7, T8 BASKETBALL New York 102, Cleveland 81. Collin Sexton – 35 minutes, 17 points (6-14 2pg, 0-4 3pg, 5-6 FT), 1 rebound, 5 assists, 2 turnovers, 2 fouls. New Orleans 131, Milwaukee 126. Kira Lewis – DNP. San Antonio 119, Denver 109. JaMychal Green – 20 minutes, 3 points (0-1 2pg, 1-1 3pg), 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 turnover, 3 fouls.