What NHL's Proposed Playoff Format Means For BruinsThe NHL plans to come back. Will it happen? We'll see. But if it does, here's what the recently announced plan will mean for the Boston Bruins.
Report: NFL Coaches May Be Allowed To Return Next Week, With Minicamps Coming Shortly ThereafterThe wheels are in motion for the NFL to return.
Patrick Ewing Returns Home After Being Hospitalized For COVID-19 TreatmentGeorgetown basketball coach and former NBA great Patrick Ewing has been released from the hospital and is recovering from COVID-19 at home, his son said Monday.
My Dad Is A Superhero: BC's Ryan Betro Details His Father's Recovery From COVID-19Boston College defensive tackle Ryan Betro gave the world something to smile about Thursday night, sharing video of his father, Richard, being released from Brigham And Women's hospital after a lengthy battle with COVID-19. He shared his father's long battle and recovery with WBZ-TV's Dan Roche.
COVID-19 Latest InformationAll the latest surrounding COVID-19 in Boston.
Revolution Players Return To Practice -- With Several RestrictionsThere is still no word when Major League Soccer will be able to resume action, but Revolution players returned to the pitch Thursday.
The NBA Appears To Be On The Cusp Of A Comeback PlanSomething is finally clear in the uncertain NBA: Players believe they’re going to play games again this season.
Ranking Confidence In Each Pro Sports League's Chances Of Playing In 2020Here's one sports guy's confidence rating in how likely we are to see the return of each major sports league in North America in 2020. We'll rank them from least likely to most likely.
California Governor Says Pro Sports Without Fans Possible In JuneCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom thinks pro sports could be back playing in his state — without fans — in early June.
Dropkick Murphys Will Stream Charity Concert, Performed At An Empty Fenway ParkFenway Park is empty at the moment, with no fans filling in to watch their beloved Red Sox. But that doesn't mean the Dropkick Murphys can't bring down the house at the famous ballpark.
Red Sox Writer Chris Cotillo Raises $57K For Charity By Auctioning Off Autograph CollectionRed Sox beat writer Chris Cotillo wanted to help those in need during the coronavirus pandemic, so he started auctioning off his sports memorabilia on Twitter. In four weeks, he raised over $57,000 to help charities around the country.