Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Dodgers Kershaw scratched back spasms last night; Cowboys owner Jones says Prescott will be back in spring; plus more

The Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Klay Kershaw did not start on Tuesday night due to back spasms against the Atlanta Braves in Globelife Park in Arlington. Here is Kershaw leaving the field during game 2 of the NLDS against the San Diego Padres Wed Oct 7, 2020 (AP News photo)

On Headline Sports with London:

#1. How big a of a loss was it for the Los Angeles Dodgers not to have Klay Kershaw not able to start in Tuesday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves who is out with back spasms.

#2 After the horrible ankle injury that all of you saw Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that quarterback Dak Prescott should be back in time for spring football and that the injury should be healed and Prescott should be ready by April or May.

#3 Oakland A’s team vice president Billy Beane has an offer that he can’t refuse an offer in the making Boston Red Sox owner John Henry merging groups Fenway Sports Group and RedBall Acquisition Corp that plans to be publicly traded something that MLB rules say that teams can not have public ownership. Will the decision of being the Red Sox being publicly traded hinge on Beane’s decision joining the Sox?

#4 How would Beane’s departure impact the A’s who under Beane has saw the A’s make post season 11 times in the past 21 years and having some of the lowest payrolls in baseball without Billy’s talents around anymore will the A’s start suffering on the field?

#5 London talk about the Tampa Bay Rays taking the first three games against the Houston Astros wasting little time going up three games to none. Does indicate how the Rays quickly could close out this series?

Please join London each Wednesday for Headline Sports at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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