Five things to know from what happened in the world of sport last week. June 30-July 6 2020.

Baseball is back, in a different way. Major League Baseball has finally agreed with the players and it is coming back. Some points to consider(TVA Sports) include that both leagues will have designated hitter, extra innings will include default runners, and pitchers must face at least three batters before being relieved. SI talks about the rosters.

Updates from last week. Alex Zanardi has undergone a second neurosurgery and remains stable but with reserved prognosis and in medically-induced coma. Novak Djokovic also tested positive for Covid-19 and apologized for his tournament being held. The FBI concluded there was no noose in Bubba Wallace’s (he disagrees) garage but The Race thinks this musn’t deter NASCAR

Liverpool wins after 30 years. Liverpool FC won the Premier League for the first time in 30 years. Their win was overshadowed by hooliganismLiverpool says Jürgen Klopp’s team has several challenges ahead.

Mister DJ. Dustin Johnson (USA) oddly appeared off the top 100 players in the PGA Tour’s Fedex Cup going into this weekend’s Travelers Championship, which he won. He has now won in 13 consecutive seasons. PGA contrasts underdog Brendon Todd’s (USA) Sunday lead loss.

Horse Racing World. Way to Paris (GBR) has had an impressive comeback. As a seven-year-old that went winless in 17 races from May 2017 to July 2019, he is in his best shape and won France’s Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (G1), ridden by P C Boudot (FRA). In Japan, Chrono Genesis (JAP) won the All-Star Takarazuka Kinen (G1T), ridden by Yuichi Kitamura (JAP). UPI has the coverage from around the world.