(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Indy 500 qualifying this weekend. Colts make roster moves, open OTAs next week. Indians back in action tonight. Fever open regular season Saturday.
>>Indy 500 Qualifying This Weekend
(Indianapolis, IN) — Indy 500 qualifying is this weekend. The first practice session will be today. Practices will be held through Friday with the two part qualifying phase taking place on Saturday and Sunday. The 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 is scheduled for May 27th.
>>Colts Waive Fabiano, Sign Jared Machorro
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts continue to make roster moves as the offseason rolls on. The team waived center Anthony Fabiano yesterday. Fabiano appeared in five games with the Colts in 2017, including one start. The Colts also signed undrafted free agent tackle Jared Machorro. The Texas A&M-Commerce graduate had participated in the team’s rookie mini-camp.
>>Colts Set For OTA’s
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts continue moving through the offseason. After wrapping up rookie mini-camp, voluntary OTA’s are next on the agenda. They open up a week from today. Mandatory minicamp is June 12th-through-14th.
>>Indians Open Series At Norfolk
(Norfolk, VA) — The Indianapolis Indians return to action tonight. They open up a three-game set at Norfolk. It is the first game on a six-game road trip. The Indians have won four of their last six games and enter play at 18-and-16 overall. First pitch tonight is set for 6:35 p.m.
>>Fever Open Regular Season Saturday
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Indiana Fever open the regular season at home on Saturday versus the Chicago Sky. The Fever fell to the Mystics on Saturday in the preseason finale from Delaware. They’ll seek a return to the playoffs after missing out last season. Pokey Chatman returns for her second season as head coach.
>>Supreme Court Overturns Federal Ban On Sports Betting
(Washington, DC) — Legal betting on college and pro sports could be coming to Indianapolis after a landmark ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. A longstanding federal ban on sports wagering outside of Nevada was overturned on Monday. States can now determine when and how to implement sports betting.