LAWRENCE: LAW AND ORDER ON THE MOUND

BONUS: Marc says: The Indians at 5-1 to catch the Twins, and the Red Sox at 16-1 to sneak past the Yankees look inviting to me.
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ESPN’s Dan Graziano is wondering: Is 2019 a ‘make-or-break’ year for Kirk Cousins in Minnesota?” Of course it’s not. Obviously, Cousins could do himself harm in the minds of Vikings fans if he doesn’t have a good year. But a bad year cannot “break” Cousins or his Vikings career, because no matter what happens the team will owe him $29.5 million in guaranteed salary in 2020. Try moving that deal to another team, especially after a bad year. There are some NFL players for whom this coming season really is a make-or-break one – players whose time has come to cash in on their talent and opportunity or look for work elsewhere in the 2020 offseason. Check out the list of the 10 players whose jobs will be on the line this season. Read here.

Today’s MLB History Book

Cubs: Darvish 1-8 $ in July … Nats: Strasburg 11-1 $ vs. Phils … St. Louis: Wainwright: 10-1 $ in July … Toronto: Sanchez 0-9 $ with 9.32 ERA last nine starts … Texas: Chavez 1-11 in July … CWS: Nova 5-0 $ in July … Boston: Rodriguez 5-0 $ in July.

Law And Order

The law firms of Anderson and Anderson, and Gray and Gray, square off against one another on the MLB circuit tonight where San Francisco’s Shaun Anderson meets the Brewers Chase Anderson in Milwaukee, while Cincinnati’s Jon Gray battles the Rockies Jon Gray in Colorado. The fact that Chase Anderson is 4-0 in his last four team-starts against Frisco, and 2-0 against NL West foes this season, while Colorado’s Jon Gray is 4-0 in his career team-starts against the Reds, and also 2-0 against the NL Central this campaign, puts the home team’s in these matchups on our docket tonight.
 
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