1st Down: Christian Yelich recorded his third career cycle on Wednesday night as the Milwaukee Brewers fell 14-11 to the Cincinnati Reds. In doing so, Yelich joined a very small club of six that have reached that milestone, and you have to think that he will have a decent chance to take the lead as he is still a young player. Yelich, who has hit all three against the Reds, doubled in the first, homered in the third, singled in the fifth, and got the hardest hit via a ninth-inning triple as they attempted a failed rally.
2nd Down: Manchester City got four goals from Belgian star Kevin De Bruyne as they romped the Wolves on the road 1-5 on Wednesday to regain the Premier League title lead. The superstar netted three times in the first 24 minutes and grabbed his fourth in the 60th minute to further underline his supreme outing. The city is three points ahead of Liverpool with only two games remaining.
3rd Down: Golf drama persists as golfers weigh the pros and cons of joining the new Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series. Justin Thomas weighed in on the matter on Wednesday, basically saying that he hopes that by not granting releases that players are deterred from playing in the event in London to be held on June 9th. The PGA Tour has to give releases to players currently on the Tour, and they have stated that they will not do so, meaning a potential ban could be in place for anyone, such as Phil Mickelson or Sergio Garcia, that chooses to play.
4th Down: The NFL keeps on slowly rolling out its schedule for next season, and we learned that the Green Bay Packers will be welcoming former coach Mike McCarthy and the Dallas Cowboys to town in week 10. Week 10 also features the Seahawks and Bucs playing in Munich while Week 11 has the 49ers taking on the Cardinals in Mexico City.