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  1. We're a week away from the second year of the professional field lacrosse battle between Major League Lacrosse and the Premier Lacrosse League. MLL starts it's condensed season on July 18th at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. Games to be aired on ESPN+ and ESPN2. https://majorleaguelacrosse.com/news/2020/6/29/mll-announces-annapolis-to-host-20th-anniversary-season.aspx https://majorleaguelacrosse.com/news/2020/7/10/2020-mll-tv-schedule.aspx Meanwhile the PLL will hold a Champion Series at Zions Bank Stadium in Herriman, Utah beginning on July 25th. Games will air on NBC, NBC SportsNet and NBC Sports Gold. https://premierlacrosseleague.com/championship-series/
  2. When will lacrosse become mainstream? Either the MLL or NLL, I personally prefer watching Field, but Box isn't that bad, I just can't stand the goalie uniforms. Currently the MLL has 9 teams, all along the east coast except Denver. During the 2016 offseason i specifically remember Gross explaining the expansion plan, which was to get around 14-16 teams by 2022, which included expansion in 2017 to even the field at 10 teams. Most rumors have Dallas or Houston getting a team (or even the Rochester Rattlers relocating to one of those cities) but the MLL has dismissed any rumors and Gross is stepping down this season so I doubt they'll be anything major this season. The NLL has 9 teams but they announced an expansion team to San Diego this season, and potentially Philadelphia as well. The last 4-5 seasons in the NLL have been rather stable (besides a butt load of relocation). And more and more MLL players have started playing in the NLL during the MLL offseason. But I wouldn't be surprised if the San Diego team folds in a few seasons if the owner doesn't get his desired NBA team. I could see both leagues becoming mainstream, but there's only room for one, since there's already 5 mainstream sports leagues in the US and Canada (6 if you count the CFL). I think the MLL has the greatest chance due to their growth and slow approach to 16 teams, at least compared to the MLS which started only a few seasons before it and is already pushing 24 teams.
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