What's Trending 6/24/20: MLB Players Agree To A 60 Game Season, Miley Cyrus Talks Sobriety And Lack Of Hair Washing

Also Trending: NASCAR, Driving

June 24, 2020
baseball
  • #MLB
    • Baseball is back…almost!
    • Yesterday the Major League Baseball Players Association informed the league that players will comply with their imposed outline for a 60-game 2020 season.
    • Players will report for another version of “spring” training on July 1st.
    • Opening Day will be set for July 24th.
    • The league is expected to finished the regular season by the end of September and the postseason by the end of October.
    • Players and owners are still working to finalize health and safety protocols and there has not yet been an official announcement from the league.
  • #MileyCyrus
    • She’s been spending her time in quarantine relaxing and not sweating the small stuff.
    • She revealed in a Variety podcast that washing her hair has not been a priority during lockdown.
    • She said, “In the past four months I think I’ve washed my hair twice. Once for you (the podcast) and once for Sir Elton John.”
    • She also opened up about her new sober lifestyle which she’s been embracing for the past six months after having vocal surgery last November.
    • She said being sober has really helped her focus her energy on singing and songwriting.
  • #NASCAR
    • The FBI has investigated the noose found in Bubba Wallace’s garage at Talladega and they found that he was not the target of a hate crime.
    • They determined that the rope had been there since at least last October and that no charges will be filed in the incident.
    • Their report concludes and photos confirm that the garage door pull rope was fashioned like a noose and had been positioned there since as early as last fall.
    • NASCAR thanked the FBI for their quick and thorough investigation and said they are thankful that this was not an intentional, racist act against Bubba.
  • #Driving
    • Survey: People are forgetting how to drive due to the coronavirus lockdown.
    • A fifth of motorists say they have struggled to get back to normal behind the wheel of a car.
    • In the past 28 days, the average driver has covered just 90 miles, with 30% driving 25 miles or fewer.
    • The most common mistakes made by motorists since lockdown include: Stalling the car, struggling to parallel park, forgetting to use their blinker, scraping their wheels on a curb and having to think carefully about what each pedal does.