Some MLB and NBA players aren’t alone in their decisions to step away from their respective games for the 2020 season due to COVID-19, as numerous names across the NFL voiced their concerns and opted out before training camp began.
After what felt like a successful opening weekend for the 2020 MLB season, baseball fans felt that everything was back to normal, with just a few hiccups as it relates to positive COVID-19 tests.
There are many question marks as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, one thing is for certain: After a long wait, fans can officially enjoy baseball in 2020, the year of the underdog.
Release the Kraken!
In a historic announcement on July 23, 2020, the newest and 32nd NHL franchise finally got its new name: the Seattle Kraken.
While San Francisco Giants assistant Alyssa Nakken set the tone on the field for any younger women watching at home, another female sports personality was raising the bar across the country.
Basketball is finally back after a postponement lasting more than four months, but things are going to look a bit different throughout the rest of the 2019-2020 NBA season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the 2020 NFL season starts, the league will have had the most time out of any to work on safety measures and contingency plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midway through the month of July, EA Sports began to release ratings for “Madden NFL 21,” starting with the “99 Club.”
It’s virtually impossible to guess what the world will look like when Patrick Mahomes’ deal runs out in 2032. But, there are a few things we do know.
To celebrate Independence Day in the only way we know how, it’s time to count down the Fourth of July’s top sports moments.
The Patriots have officially returned to the conversation when it comes to the NFL’s most interesting quarterback rooms, signing former Panthers QB and league MVP Cam Newton to a one-year deal.
While many fans will assume players are sitting out due to the risk of potential exposure to COVID-19, the reasons aren’t that simple in most cases.
What if you were an NFL general manager, and you had the entire league’s talent pool at your disposal to create the ultimate 53-man roster?
It’s fitting that the MLB Network set Father’s Day 2020 as the release date for “Junior,” the channel’s Griffey-centered edition of “MLB Network Presents.”
When you have four players selected in the top 57 picks of the 2020 MLB Draft, and the 25th pick in the first round is calling you the “best program in the country,” you must be doing something right.
While talks between Major League Baseball and the MLBPA regarding a return to play after the COVID-19 pandemic remain at a standstill, the show had to go on as it related to the league’s annual draft.