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49ers in limbo after Santa Clara County introduces ban on contact sports

  • Night net 49ers Rams v 49ers American Football The 49ers' plans have been plunged into chaos after Santa Clara (Calif.) County banned all contact sports for three weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic.Santa Clara County, home of the 49ers and Levi's Stadium, issued enhanced COVID-19 guidelines for professional, collegiate and youth sports on Saturday. MORE: Broncos to have no QBs active for game vs. SaintsThe stringent new social-distancing measures have left the 49ers in limbo, with Kyle Shanahan's side due to host back-to-back games behind closed doors — vs. the Bills on Dec. 7 and Washington on Dec. 13. "We are aware of the Santa Clara County Public Health Department's emergency directive," the 49ers said in a statement. "We are working with the Night net and our partners on operational plans and will share details as they are confirmed."Statement from the San Francisco #49ers: pic.twitter.com/KbH6kcxYD2— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) November 28, 2020The Santa Clara County order read: "All recreational activities that involve physical contact or close proximity to persons outside one's household, including all contact sports, will be temporari[......]

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    trade rumors: David Freese to Angels?

  • Add the Los Angeles Angels to the list of teams interested in St. Louis Cardinals 3B David Freese. Sources: #STLCards, #Angels have discussed a trade that would send 3B David Freese to Anaheim.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 21, 2013 " target="_blank">Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports the teams have discussed a trade. The Cardinals would be looking for outfield depth in return for the 2011 World Series MVP. Previous reports have indicated the Angels are willing to deal slick-fielding center fielder Peter Bourjos .Hot Stove League linksSN ranks the 25 best free agentsBest: P | OF | IF | CSporting News All-Stars: NL | ALMost beloved playersSt. Louis is searching for a shortstop, but the Freese discussions do not involve Angels SS Erick Aybar, according to Rosenthal.Freese, after a big postseason in 2011 and an All-Star season in 2012, struggled in 2013, hitting .262/.340/.381 with nine homers in 138 games. He was worse in the postseason, hitting below .200 in 17 games.The Cards are willing to move the 30-year-old because they can move Matt Carpenter to third and plug elite prospect Kolten Wong in at second base.The Angels are in need of an upgrade at third base. Journeyman Alberto Collaspo manned the hot corners until h夜网论坛e was traded to the A's in July.[......]

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    California prep baseball team forced to forfeit playoff win because of Wiffle Ball practice

  • On Tuesday in California, the Peninsula High baseball team beat Santa Monica, 7-2, in the Southern Section Division 3 tournament.That result has been deemed null and void, though, because of a few Wiffle Ball tosses, and now Santa Monica is advancing to the next round. It’s as dumb as it sounds. League rules say no batting practice is allowed on the day of a playoff game, though soft-toss—when a player/coach kneels and underhands the ball to the hitter—is allowed. Hitting off a tee and the game of pepper are also allowed on the day of the game.Peninsula coach John Hangartner apparently assumed that meant the kneeing part of the soft-toss exclusion was key, so before the game he had his players throw Wiffle Balls to the hitters, from their knees, for about 10 to 12 minutes before the game. That was a no-no. Because they were throwing the ball overhand, it violated the rule.The Santa Monica coaches saw what was going on—there was no attempt by Peninsula to do this in secret—and filmed the Wiffle Ball session.They said nothing and played the game. Peninsula won by five runs, and that moved the Santa Monica coaches into action. They turned the video into the league office, and the league office ruled that Peninsula had to forfeit the game.Seriously.“They filmed us throwing/hitting wiffle balls to each other, and as a team we’re shocked that this happened,” Peninsula senior Ed Haus told the Daily Breeze. “We can’t believe their coach would blame a five-run game on us h[......]

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