1. Who is the Indians MVP? Ramirez or Lindor? You have to pick one. Play Hammy walk off to set up.
2.The PGA Championship tees off at Bellerive Country Club today in St. Louis, Missouri. Dustin Johnson is the odds on favorite at 8-1, Rory McIllory is at 12-1, Justin Thomas comes in at 14-1 and Tiger Woods is at 25-1 odds. Would you take a gamble on Tiger winning his 15th major?
3.A police officer working an off-duty detail at a grocery store used a stun gun on an 11-year-old girl in Cincinnati after she was caught shop lifting. The officer gave the girl several commands to stop before using the stun gun. The girl had a backpack filled with stolen merchandise. Was the officer correct in using the stun gun? Is there a better way to restrain an 11-year-old?
4.The number of people trying to cross into the United States illegally continues to grow as U.S. Border Patrol apprehensions at the Southwest border rose more than 70% in July from a year ago. Agents apprehended 31,303 people in July between ports of entry, up from 18,187 a year ago, according to Department of Homeland Security. What are the odds that a wall will be built along the southern border?
5.The Browns kick off their pre-season vs. the Giants tonight. Will you be paying attention to how Baker Mayfield does?
6.After 54 years of continuous production, the 10 millionth Ford Mustang has rolled off the assembly line at its Flat Rock, Michigan, assembly plant. To mark the occasion, Ford has invited 60 Mustang owners representing each generation of the car to celebrate the milestone. Even after 10 million cars built, the Mustang is still America's best-selling sports car, according to Ford. What is the best American made sports car in your opinion? The Camaro, The Corvette, The Dodge Challenger or The Mustang?
7.Uber and Lyft got some bad news after New York City Council voted to cap the number of ridesharing vehicles that can operate in the Big Apple. The new rules will make New York the first major American city to restrict the number of Uber and Lyft drivers and establishes pay rules. Is this a way to protect cab companies? Do you think cabs should go the way of land-line phones?
8.Despite other tech companies like YouTube, Apple, Facebook, and Spotify; Twitter will not be banning Alex Jones and his show Infowars. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said, “He hasn't violated our rules. We'll enforce if he does and we won’t succumb and simply react to outside pressure." Do you agree or disagree with the decision by Twitter?
9.Twitter is a flutter about the flip flops that New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick wore at the Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions as he was there to support Randy Moss. Do you think it was classless to wear flip flops?
10.Robert Cook from Cleveland was charged with 13 felony counts of dog fighting and cruelty to animals. He was also charged with drug possession and possessing criminals tools. What should happen to Cook if he’s tried and convicted?