Saunders: Weighing in on expanded playoffs, three-batter minimum and “California tie-breaker”

Baseball has reached a crossroads. Again. The coronavirus pandemic forced a 60-game season, which forced major rule changes, which forced fans to take a hard look at our National Pastime. I’m something of a baseball traditionalist, and a complete romantic, tending to look at the game through the golden tones of the movie “The Natural.”…

Surging COVID-19 colors presidential campaign trail in closing days

LUMBERTON, N.C. — President Donald Trump on Saturday mocked Democrat Joe Biden as “an inspiring guy” for raising alarm about the pandemic even as the president attracted sizable campaign crowds with coronavirus cases surging across the country in the closing days of the race. Biden, pressing the case that Trump doesn’t deserve a second term…

Thornton officer shot at suspect who police say opened fire at a party early Saturday; no injures reported

A Thornton police officer shot at but did not hit a suspect early Saturday morning after a man allegedly opened fire near officers as people were leaving a party, police said in a news release. Related Articles Stolen vehicle suspect shot by Grand Junction police officer Denver officer who shot armed man near Russell Square…

Boulder issues mandatory quarantine order for residents of several properties, mostly associated with CU fraternities

Boulder city officials have issued a mandatory quarantine order for nine addresses, most associated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Kappa Sigma fraternities, for “blatant disregard of public health orders” related to the coronavirus. People living at the nine addresses must remain at home for the next two weeks except to attend in-person classes or athletic…

Metro Denver apartment rents recover form declines seen in early months of pandemic

Metro Denver apartment rents recovered in the third quarter after falling in the early months of the pandemic as tenants continued to fill the new supply coming onto the market, according to the latest Denver Metro Apartment Vacancy and Rent report from the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business. The average monthly rent for…

Broncos Briefs: Coaches confident receiver Jerry Jeudy learning through early-season ups, downs

During every meeting, every practice, every walk-through and every game, Broncos receivers coach Zach Azzanni’s message to rookie Jerry Jeudy is the same: Learn … from … everything. “When he experiences things — the setbacks and victories — in a game, that’s the best learning he can get,” Azzanni said in a phone interview. The…

Jackson: Where Albert Okwuegbunam fits in crowded Broncos tight end room

Joe Montana and Jerry Rice. Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison. John Elway and Shannon Sharpe. Drew Lock and Albert Okwuegbunam? A strong connection between a quarterback and receiver isn’t easy to come by. It takes years of practice, thousands of reps and a mutual trust to create the magic we expect from our football heroes.…

Rockies reliever Daniel Bard named National League comeback player of year

Rockies relief pitcher Daniel Bard began 2020 just hoping to hook up with a team and prove he could still pitch in the big leagues after an absence of more than seven years. Thursday, another chapter to his remarkable story was added when he was named National League comeback player of the year in the…

Justin Gaethje’s biggest hits have come outside the UFC octagon, helping Denver kids

It wasn’t the left jab that rang Tony Ferguson’s Liberty Bell. Or the right hook that turned Cowboy Cerrone’s knees to pudding. The sweetest hit of Justin Gaethje’s last calendar year landed at West Early College High School and Middle School on Elati Street, just before Christmas 2019. A knockout blow that nobody saw coming.…

Phil Mickelson might go where fans are not for Masters tuneup

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. — The Houston Open will be the first domestic PGA Tour event to have fans, and that might be enough to send Phil Mickelson elsewhere in his final tournament before the Masters. Mickelson typically plays the week before the Masters, and he was planning on being at the Houston Open. The tournament…

LSU working with NCAA to self-impose penalties for football

BATON ROUGE, La. — LSU has self-imposed penalties for NCAA rules violations by the football program that include a reduction of scholarships and a two-year ban from its athletic facilities for Cleveland Browns star and former Tigers receiver Odell Beckham Jr., according to a report by Sports Illustrated. LSU acknowledged it was working the NCAA…

Le’Veon Bell ready to roll with Chiefs for first time

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Le’Veon Bell once carried the ball a league-leading 321 times in a single season for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He doesn’t figure to get nearly as many chances with the Kansas City Chiefs. That’s just fine with the two-time All-Pro running back, though. Bell has been the focal point of defenses for…

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