'We Want Justice': Celtics' Marcus Smart Participates In Boston March Protesting George Floyd's DeathWBZ-TV's Steve Burton speaks to Marcus Smart during a protest in Boston.
Gov. Baker Announces Live Sports Can ResumeGov. Baker says professional sports can start practicing again.
Baker Expected To Allow Boston Sports Teams To Resume Practice With PrecautionsWBZ TV's Breana Pitts reports.
Red Sox Exploring Ways To Make Fenway Park Safer For Players Upon MLB's ReturnWhen Major League Baseball returns, Fenway Park may look a lot different for Red Sox players. Team president Sam Kennedy spoke with WBZ-TV's Steve Burton about changes the team is making to make the clubhouse safer for players when baseball resumes following its coronavirus hiatus.
Five Most Important Patriots For 2020 SeasonESPN's Mike Reiss lists his five most important Patriots players for the first year in the post-Tom Brady era.
Celtics' Grant Williams Discusses Possible Return Of NBA In OrlandoCeltics rookie Grant Williams talks with WBZ-TV's Dan Roche about the NBA's potential return in July.
Bob Beers Explains How Bruins Would Be Affected By NHL Playoff Format ProposalThe top-seeded Bruins figure to be affected in some way by the NHL's proposal for postseason play. Radio analyst Bob Beers joins Steve Burton to help break it all down.
Rob Gronkowski, Camille Kostek Donate Masks To Foxboro Fire DepartmentWBZ-TV's Katie Brace reports.
Patrick Ewing Hospitalized For COVID-19The Cambridge native is expected to recover.
My Dad Is A Superhero: BC's Ryan Betro Details His Father's Recovery From COVID-19WBZ-TV's Dan Roche reports.
New England Revolution Return To Practice Field For First Time In MonthsThe players are allowed to take part in voluntary individual workouts with coronavirus precautions.
Terry Francona Reflects Upon Red Sox' Magical 2004 World Series RunTerry Francona talks with Dan Roche about reliving the curse-breaking 2004 Red Sox run to the World Series.
Terry Francona Shares Tales From Michael Jordan's Baseball CareerTerry Francona managed Michael Jordan during the superstar's stint in Double-A Birmingham. Tito shared some stories with WBZ-TV's Dan Roche.
Roger Clemens Confident Tom Brady Will Succeed In Tampa BayRoger Clemens knows a thing or two about leaving the Boston sports scene, and is sure that Tom Brady will enjoy success in Tampa Bay.
Roger Clemens On How Strange It Would Be To Pitch In An Empty StadiumFormer Red Sox great Roger Clemens told WBZ-TV's Dan Roche it would be odd to pitch without any fans in the stands.
Sports Final: Cedric Maxwell Says Michael Jordan Is Not The GOATVery few people don't think Michael Jordan is the greatest ever. Celtics radio analyst Cedric Maxwell is one of those folks.
Sports Final: Feeling Optimistic About Jarrett Stidham, Other Young Patriots On OffenseThe 2020 season will be a lot different for the New England offense, but Mike Reiss highlights a few reasons Patriots fans should feel confident about the youngsters on that side of the ball -- starting with QB Jarrett Stidham.
Sports Final: Would Playing In Empty Stadiums Benefit The Patriots Early In Season?ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joined Steve Burton on WBZ-TV's Sports Final to discuss the upcoming NFL season, and how the league is trying to get a full 16 game schedule in amid the coronavirus pandemic. Reiss also brought up an interesting point why playing without fans may actually help the Patriots in the first month.
Paul Rabil Discusses Premier Lacrosse League's Plans For A Quarantined TournamentThe PLL will return with a quarantined, one-site tournament for its seven teams. WBZ-TV's Dan Roche spoke with Paul Rabil about the plan.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Uncertain If Celtics Can Reopen Practice Facility Next WeekWith several NBA teams already opening their training facilities to players for individual workout, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said the decision on the Celtics' facility won't be made until next week.
Richard Seymour Hoping Patriots Hall Of Fame Induction Paves Path To CantonRichard Seymour was voted in to the Patriots' Hall of Fame.
Sports Final: Patriots Have Toughest Schedule In NFLESPN Boston's Mike Reiss joins Steve Burton to discuss New England's 2020 schedule, which is the toughest in the NFL. But at least New England fans won't have to pick between watching their favorite team and watching Tom Brady play for the Buccaneers.
Patriots Facing NFL's Toughest Schedule In 2020The NFL released its schedule for the 2020 season, and it's going to be a tough one for the New England Patriots.
Matt Light Reacts To Tom Brady Leaving Patriots For BuccaneersBrady's former left tackle wasn't surprised that the quarterback left New England -- but he was surprised at where he ended up.

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