A’s Purchase Land In Las Vegas, Scherzer Ejected For Foreign Substance, Brown Named Coach Of Year, Tua Takes Jiu-Jitsu


The Oakland A’s agreed to purchase 49 acres of land near the Las Vegas Strip with the intention of building a $1.5 billion ballpark and relocating to Nevada. If everything goes on schedule, the new stadium would be ready for the start of the 2027 season. The A’s current ballpark (the Oakland Coliseum) has many issues including a “colony of feral cats and a possum living in the visitors’ TV booth.”

The Mets’ pitcher Max Scherzer was ejected for allegedly having a foreign substance on his hand. Scherzer swore it was “just sweat and rosin,” but the umpires insisted it was the stickiest hand they’d ever seen. Scherzer could face a 10-game suspension, but he’ll likely file a protest.


Sacramento Kings coach Mike Brown became the first ever unanimous selection for NBA Coach of the Year.


Miami quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered major concussion issues last season and said he seriously considered retiring. Instead, he’s taken matters into his own hands (literally) by learning jiu-jitsu to help him fall more safely.

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