Sunday update

You saw Yadier Molina play his rehab games here earlier this month… now get his bobblehead! The first 1500 through the gates at AutoZone Park this Friday, August 26, will get one. The first pitch vs. the Charlotte Knights is at 7:05.

A Memphis police car was rear-ended by a trolley at North Main and Court yesterday at about 11:30 AM. No officer was in the car.

Memphis 901 FC took a loss to Birmingham Legion 4-2 last night. However,  Memphis remains in second place in the USL Eastern standings, with 51 points. Louisville City, in first, has 55 points, and the Tampa Bay Rowdies, in third, have 48.

The National Civil Rights Museum opened its Rosenwald School exhibit. The schools provided an education for Black children from 1912 to 1937.

Trap jazz by the Que’ludes and friends comes to Carolina Watershed tonight at 7:30.

A man was reported critically injured as shots were fired near Front and Nettleton about 1:30 this morning. He was transported to a nearby hospital and that section of Front was temporarily shut down while police swept the area for shell casings.

That’s it for today. If it’s raining around 11 I’ll stay home today and catch up on things. If not I’ll head to Blind Bear for brunch. Back tomorrow with more news.