Daily Roundup: April 17


Apr 17, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • When high school sports replicate the training methods and intensity seen at the college level, players feel the toll, writes The Atlantic’s Linda Flanagan.
  • The Boston Globe’s Alex Speier assesses the damage and examines just how bad it is for the Red Sox at this point.
  • In the car on the way to pick up his 88-year-old mother from the airport, Jim Nantz took a few minutes to explain why Tiger Wood’s Masters win was the “best event he’s ever covered,” The Washington Post reports.
  • It will be the disappointment that all others are measured against. It will be the cautionary sports tale every parent tells a wide-eyed child. It will forever be the epitome of heartbreak in Tampa Bay. The Tampa Bay Times’ John Romano on the Lightning’s quick playoff exit.

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