Canada will face Sweden in the final of women's soccer at #Tokyo2020. Match will be played on Thursday at 10 p.m. ET. If we're keeping on this rematch narrative, it was Sweden who knocked the Canadians out of the Women's World Cup in 2019.
“I thought we’ve had a good team all year, just a little bit inconsistent. But we’ve definitely shown (in) spurts that we can compete with anybody. I don’t think we’ve been overmatched before, and I feel like we’ve gotten even better now.” — Dansby Swanson https://t.co/SlxhJMf4xC
RT @AaronGleeman: New (free) podcast! On the #MNTwins trading José Berríos, the top prospects they got in return, why they didn't make other big deadline day moves, and what this all means for 2022. Apple: https://t.co/2mAWaymCb2 iHeart: https://t.co/9rN68FujjH Spotify: https://t.co/ivJBhL01d9 https://t.co/7Yt7HEEwlT
If you start with Game 3 of this season (remove the 0-2 start), the #Braves have hovered at .500 all season, never going more than +2 or -3 from .500. Of course, that 0-2 start happened, so they've never been above .500 or more than 5 below.
When's the right time to "give up" on a former top prospect? 🔊New podcast discusses where we are with Jorge Alfaro, Lewis Brinson, Isan Díaz and Magneuris Sierra...and what next steps the Marlins should take with each of them. https://t.co/XkeTcaFM2O