With the sports world put on hold by COVID-19, what should be the focus? Getting sports back? Or getting sports back to normal?
The MLB investigation into the Red Sox is finished according to Rob Manfred. So, when will we see the results?
It feels more like a formality than anything else at this point, but Major League Baseball officially announced a delay for Opening Day Monday afternoon.
We've lost sports before. Just never all at once. And now, the sports world is left waiting for the time our favorite teams and leagues come back - which would mean that America has coronavirus under control and the world is reasonably healthy.
UPDATE 3/12/2020 3:30 PM ET - Major League Baseball released the following statement confirming it will delay Opening Day by two weeks and cancel all remaining spring training games. The statement reads, "Following a call with the 30 clubs, and after consultation with the Major League Baseball Players Association, Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr. today…
Following a call between MLB teams and the commissioners office, the league is going forward with a number of scheduling changes in light of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Major League Baseball (MLB), Major League Soccer (MLS), the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) will be limited access to all team locker rooms and clubhouses over concerns of the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19.) The four professional sports leagues issued the following joint statement: "After consultation with infection disease and public…
The NHL has become the first of the four major pro sports leagues in the US to enact a policy regarding spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19.
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com In case you forgot, half of Boston's major pro sports teams find themselves in the crosshairs of a league investigation. The Patriots and Red Sox are both accused of using video equipment to steal signals and gain an unfair advantage. With the Patriots, the accusations stem from a Dec. incident where…
Former Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski is not expected to have played a part in the 2018 sign-stealing scandal.
Another Red Sox fan favorite is officially out the door. According to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal, utility man Brock Holt has agreed to a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Rob Manfred gave an update on the league's investigation into the Red Sox, and why Astros players didn't face punishment.
MLB Network's Jon Heyman indicates a conclusion to the league's investigation into the Boston Red Sox will likely be 'by the end of the month.'
Major League Baseball has announced its rule changes for the 2020 season, with a heavy focus on limiting pitching changes to speed up the game.
With the arrival of pitchers and catchers to Fort Myers, the Red Sox announced five new non-roster invitees to Spring Training on Tuesday morning.
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The Red Sox are expected to name Ron Roenicke the 48th manager in the organization's 119 year history.
Following a report Wednesday night that Brusdar Graterol's physical is giving the Red Sox pause, the Mookie Betts mega-deal between the Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and Minnesota Twins is "not a certainty"
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told reporters he 'hopes' to have the Red Sox cheating investigation wrapped up by the time the team heads to Spring Training.
Former Red Sox outfielder and current NESN analyst Jim Rice joined MLB Network Radio Wednesday morning to share a conversation he had with Betts following Tuesday night’s trade.
It is beginning to feel like the Red Sox are making headway on replacing Alex Cora and filling the team's open managerial position.
If Sunday’s Super Bowl isn’t the kind of exhilarating sporting event you’re looking for, fear not! The Red Sox have announced their annual Truck Day celebration will be held on Monday, Feb. 3.
Jason Varitek reportedly not interested in managing right now, but another former Red Sox player may be
For the first time since the team parted ways with Alex Cora on January 14, reports are coming out about the Red Sox plans to replace him.
By Alex Barth, 985TheSportsHub.com While the consensus remains the Red Sox won’t trade Mookie Betts before the start of the MLB season, the team is still exploring the market for the former AL MVP. Per Dennis Lin of the Athletic, the Red Sox and Padres have recently had discussions about a deal that would send…