ESPN.com has an interesting story about ticket brokers who hold tickets for Game 7 of the World Series — potentially valued for resale at $2,000 per seat if the game happens — hedging their potential losses if the series ends in six games by placing large bets on the Astros to win Game 6 Tuesday.
Even if you don't love home runs and think they're coming a little too easily for the Astros and Dodgers, this World Series has had more than its share of compelling moments. Houston leads the series 3-2 heading into Game 6 in Los Angeles on Tuesday. 7 p.m., Ch. 9.
"Just as the Texans and Rams found out, Case Keenum's a nice backup with a low ceiling. Teddy may not prove to be a franchise QB, but that's what the team needs to find out. The ENTIRE NFL already knows Keenum isn't."
"jacksoncage" commenting on startribune.com.
"Next year I think MLB should just be done with it and play with an actual golf ball."