MLS reporting big losses

UNDATED (AP) — Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber says the league remains on track to have losses nearing $1 billion because of the coronavirus. Garber first projected those kinds of losses in June, and with the season nearing a close he said in his State of the League address that lost revenues were indeed approaching that number. The league was initially shuttered March 12 but went on to hold the MLS is Back tournament in a bubble in Florida before returning to local markets for an abbreviated season. The MLS Cup final between the Seattle Sounders and Columbus Crew is scheduled for Saturday in Ohio.