Evening Edition: What's in the news ...

1. A key Miami commission meeting on Inter Miami's plans for a soccer development was adjourned on Thursday until Nov. 12 when Commissioner Manolo Reyes, an opponent of the $1 billion Miami Freedom Park, fell and hit his head and elbow, requiring treatment at a local hospital for injuries. David Beckham's group wants to redevelop city-owned Melreese golf course with a soccer stadium, mall and offices. Four of the five commissioners are required to approve a no-bid lease agreement. Earlier this week, MLS commissioner Don Garber told ESPN FC in an interview the long political process was "frustrating and at times infuriating."

2. Wednesday's MLS conference semifinal games drew 169,000 viewers for Seattle-Real Salt Lake and 111,000 viewers for NYCFC-Toronto FC on FS1. The first four 2019 playoff games on FS1 averaged 166,250 viewers, down from 181,500 viewers for the first four playoff games on FS1 a year ago.

3. Retiring  Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando won the 2019 MLS Save of the Year for a record third time for his double-save against the Colorado Rapids on Aug. 24.
1 comment about "Evening Edition: What's in the news ...".
  1. Bob Ashpole, October 25, 2019 at 12:02 a.m.

    Rimando's saves are worth watching. Best wishes to Nick on his retirement.

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